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Comment: Re: Feed me - Battar - 7/30/2013
Comment: Feed me - Battar - 7/30/2013
Comment: re: When is IP theft OK? - 3/1/2013
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Comment: re: CES Unveiled...unveiled - 1/9/2013
Comment: re: Seriously? - 8/30/2012
Comment: re: The worst is behind you… - 8/22/2012
Comment: re: Back to engineering school - 8/9/2012
Comment: re: An engineer goes to war - 7/28/2012
Comment: re: An engineer goes to war - 7/25/2012
Comment: re: How can this be possible? - 7/4/2012
Comment: re: What's with Ray Kurzweil? - 6/5/2012
Comment: re: Nav system 'scam' - 4/17/2012
Comment: re: I have a rocky problem… - 12/4/2011

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