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eameres
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eameres   7/14/2008 2:35:07 AM
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Kudos Jim, Very nice article!

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jhm212   7/13/2008 8:24:09 PM
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It's amazing, the lengths you 'boys' take to defame On2 across the internet.....now add imposter fraud to list of illegalities. Very nice article on the technology Jim, another reason why 'some' are getting so desperate!

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