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11/17/2011 08:49 PM EST
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larkforsure   11/17/2011 10:38:42 PM
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[ Begging for helps ] Complaint about Human Rights Violations by IBM China on Centennial Please Google: IBM detained mother of ex-employee on the day of centennial or How Much IBM Can Get Away with is the Responsibility of the Media or Tragedy of Labor Rights Repression in IBM China

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PJames   11/17/2011 10:12:28 PM
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We can hope that if we end up with a Republican president they will have a lapse of memory with regard to shutting down some of the crown jewels of our national research infrastructure.

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