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Re: Are we behind time...
CMathas   8/9/2013 11:27:57 AM
I know that we kind of minimize this possibility and place it in the fun category, but I think that the Japanese are onto something especially where the elderly are concerned. I too would like to have one at home and can think of a long to do list for it.

Nice to see the concept doesn't embarrass you. Or, would you buy one that looked more like Atlas? Me? I'd settle for this guy.

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