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Naomi Price
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re: Put some paint in those balls!
Naomi Price   4/17/2012 12:42:08 PM
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Wish I could have watched it longer, Haldor, it only ran at certain times and then for just a few minutes. That it was built in 90 days just astounds me! jsell--ah, that explains a lot! I was wondering how in the world they "de-painted" all those balls

jsell
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re: Put some paint in those balls!
jsell   4/13/2012 8:05:32 PM
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I play paintball and those look like reballs to me. Reballs are rubber, reuseable paintballs, intended to be used in practice sessions to cut down costs.

Haldor
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re: Put some paint in those balls!
Haldor   4/13/2012 7:08:55 PM
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That is great. My kids love the Animusic DVD's.



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