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Robot theme park to break ground

Rich Pell
2/24/2009 06:00 PM EST

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re: Robot theme park to break ground
Tiger Joe   2/25/2009 4:53:50 PM
This is what our country should be doing with all that stimulus money. What we need to do is inspire the next generation in high tech areas that will generate future industrial growth and ideas, and a theme park like this is the right idea. Good thinking.

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