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Gadget guts? Try these for graphic graphics

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EREBUS0
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EREBUS0   10/30/2012 7:51:12 PM
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You cannot blame us techies. Doctors were the first to rip open their dead patients to find out how they should have treated them. Mankind has always been interested in how things work. The first step is to take them apart and show off the insides. Yes were are a very sick culture, but as long as we learn more about the universe, it should be ok. If not, then a higher species will wipe us out before we become dangerous to anyone else. Just my opinion,

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ReneCardenas   10/30/2012 8:09:12 PM
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Aren't we glad that we techno geeks know a little more from the origin of devices to allow someone to perform a "blood leetting" and restore "the balance in our victims!" To be fair, Medicine science has come a long ways, but I couln't let this observation pass.

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SylvieBarak   10/30/2012 10:06:25 PM
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Indeed, Rene! I think the pictures are pretty awesome though... if a little tongue in...er...geek? pardon the pun

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