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Comment: Re: Love the name - kfield - 3/20/2015
Comment: Re: Brilliant Idea! - kfield - 3/19/2015
Comment: Brilliant Idea! - kfield - 3/19/2015
Comment: A Happy Ending - kfield - 3/3/2015
Comment: What dream experts says - kfield - 10/31/2014
Comment: Nice overview - kfield - 10/31/2014
Comment: Re: If all else fails... - kfield - 10/31/2014
Comment: Re: Was that you? - kfield - 10/31/2014
Comment: Grading on a curve - kfield - 10/31/2014
Comment: Re: Twin scales - kfield - 10/31/2014
Comment: Good recommendations - kfield - 10/31/2014
Comment: Tick tock... - kfield - 10/31/2014
Comment: Re: Was that you? - kfield - 10/31/2014
Comment: Re: Your habit - kfield - 10/31/2014
Comment: Re: Just a peck - kfield - 10/31/2014
Comment: Re: Only currently? - kfield - 10/31/2014
Comment: Re: Only currently? - kfield - 10/30/2014
Comment: Re: Only currently? - kfield - 10/30/2014
Comment: Was that you? - kfield - 10/30/2014
Comment: Re: Great to see - kfield - 10/30/2014
Comment: Re: How many nightmares? - kfield - 10/30/2014
Comment: Great to see - kfield - 10/30/2014
Comment: Only currently? - kfield - 10/30/2014
Comment: Re: Plenty of Room - kfield - 10/30/2014
Comment: Re: Your habit - kfield - 10/30/2014
Comment: Very cool....but - kfield - 10/30/2014
Comment: How's life going? - kfield - 10/30/2014
Comment: Re: How many nightmares? - kfield - 10/30/2014
Comment: Re: Twin scales - kfield - 10/29/2014
Comment: Re: Younger Generation - kfield - 10/29/2014
Comment: Re: Twin scales - kfield - 10/29/2014
Comment: Re: Twin scales - kfield - 10/29/2014
Comment: Re: Twin scales - kfield - 10/29/2014
Comment: Re: Younger Generation - kfield - 10/28/2014
Comment: Re: How many nightmares? - kfield - 10/23/2014
Comment: Desserts? - kfield - 10/21/2014
Comment: Re: How many nightmares? - kfield - 10/21/2014
Comment: Re: How many nightmares? - kfield - 10/21/2014
Comment: Re: How many nightmares? - kfield - 10/21/2014
Comment: 10 days to go - kfield - 10/21/2014
Comment: Re: How many nightmares? - kfield - 10/20/2014
Comment: Re: Knobs forever! - kfield - 10/20/2014
Comment: Re: How many nightmares? - kfield - 10/20/2014
Comment: SRAM? - kfield - 10/20/2014
Comment: Re: How many nightmares? - kfield - 10/20/2014
Comment: Re: How many nightmares? - kfield - 10/20/2014
Comment: Re: College Daze - kfield - 10/17/2014
Comment: Re: Page 4 oscilloscope - kfield - 10/17/2014
Comment: Re: Cute - kfield - 10/13/2014
Comment: Re: No Runners-up?? - kfield - 10/7/2014
Comment: Re: Who is .... - kfield - 10/7/2014
Comment: What about the cost? - kfield - 10/3/2014
Comment: Encore Article? - kfield - 9/30/2014
Comment: Interesting product - kfield - 9/30/2014
Comment: Re: Cost - kfield - 9/30/2014
Comment: Re: Great News - kfield - 9/30/2014
Comment: Re: heartrate monitors - kfield - 9/30/2014
Comment: Re: heartrate monitors - kfield - 9/30/2014
Comment: Re: I'll still miss it - kfield - 9/30/2014
Comment: Re: Great Article - kfield - 9/30/2014
Comment: Awe inspiring! - kfield - 9/30/2014
Comment: Cutting Your Losses - kfield - 9/30/2014


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