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Comment: why free? - Wnderer - 3/19/2015
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Comment: Bring back labs - Wnderer - 2/5/2015
Comment: Edison on PBS - Wnderer - 2/2/2015
Comment: Good luck with that. - Wnderer - 1/8/2015
Comment: Might be dangerous - Wnderer - 12/22/2014
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Comment: Cute Cat - Wnderer - 11/25/2014
Comment: Hoverboards - Wnderer - 11/22/2014
Comment: two horses' behinds - Wnderer - 10/24/2014
Comment: star sizes - Wnderer - 10/19/2014
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Comment: October Caption Contest - Wnderer - 10/10/2014
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Comment: Wavelength - Wnderer - 10/3/2014
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Comment: 3 dimensional mapping - Wnderer - 9/19/2014
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