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4/21/2011 03:48 PM EDT

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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   4/21/2011 7:14:19 PM
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"There was a young man from Nantucket..." :-)

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Brian Fuller2   4/21/2011 6:50:26 PM
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There's a limerick in here somewhere!

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Max The Magnificent   4/21/2011 4:02:03 PM
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As soon as I get my (working) Geiger counter back from David I will do a follow-up blog with a YouTube video showing it working and also the effect of these radioactive marbles...

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