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Comment: Re: Bot dialogue - perl_geek - 8/3/2015
Comment: Bot dialogue - perl_geek - 8/1/2015
Comment: Ex Machina - perl_geek - 7/31/2015
Comment: Abolish the system? - perl_geek - 7/30/2015
Comment: Content - perl_geek - 7/16/2015
Comment: Shaming - perl_geek - 7/3/2015
Comment: Ex Machina - perl_geek - 7/2/2015
Comment: Irrelevance - perl_geek - 7/1/2015
Comment: Demographics - perl_geek - 6/9/2015
Comment: Lacto-benefaction - perl_geek - 6/1/2015
Comment: Design for dummies - perl_geek - 5/26/2015
Comment: Salt-water cooling? - perl_geek - 5/15/2015
Comment: Re: NASA is broken - perl_geek - 5/6/2015
Comment: NASA is broken - perl_geek - 5/5/2015
Comment: Re: P.D.Q Bach - perl_geek - 4/14/2015
Comment: How hot? - perl_geek - 4/10/2015
Comment: A whole genre? - perl_geek - 4/9/2015
Comment: The biggest thing - perl_geek - 4/9/2015
Comment: Software solution - perl_geek - 3/21/2015
Comment: Engineer fathers - perl_geek - 3/19/2015
Comment: Numbers, please! - perl_geek - 3/19/2015
Comment: Is it real? - perl_geek - 3/10/2015
Comment: Officer's model - perl_geek - 3/10/2015
Comment: Changes - perl_geek - 2/20/2015
Comment: Billowing clouds - perl_geek - 2/17/2015
Comment: The Toynbee limit - perl_geek - 2/17/2015
Comment: Exclusion - perl_geek - 2/7/2015
Comment: Serendipity - perl_geek - 1/28/2015
Comment: Adultery? - perl_geek - 1/27/2015
Comment: Olsen was right - perl_geek - 1/22/2015
Comment: The wrong way round - perl_geek - 1/10/2015
Comment: Sun's Jini - perl_geek - 1/10/2015
Comment: Re: More t-shirts - perl_geek - 1/4/2015
Comment: 3-D ecosystem - perl_geek - 1/1/2015
Comment: Egg peeling - perl_geek - 12/31/2014
Comment: Windows Vista and 8 - perl_geek - 12/29/2014
Comment: Movie crews - perl_geek - 12/23/2014
Comment: Search engines - perl_geek - 12/18/2014
Comment: A role model - perl_geek - 12/17/2014
Comment: Future project? - perl_geek - 12/10/2014
Comment: Re: Metal plates - perl_geek - 12/10/2014
Comment: Empathy - perl_geek - 12/1/2014
Comment: Re: Psychology - perl_geek - 11/28/2014
Comment: Psychology - perl_geek - 11/28/2014
Comment: Re: So much for STEM - perl_geek - 11/26/2014
Comment: Historical parallel - perl_geek - 11/25/2014
Comment: Consider the eagle - perl_geek - 11/20/2014
Comment: Re: Smoked Cheese - perl_geek - 11/17/2014
Comment: Animal senses - perl_geek - 11/17/2014
Comment: Obvious solution - perl_geek - 11/11/2014
Comment: Rational distrust - perl_geek - 11/5/2014
Comment: Damage - perl_geek - 11/1/2014
Comment: Transitional designs - perl_geek - 10/24/2014
Comment: PTSD? - perl_geek - 10/21/2014
Comment: Re: Lighting meters - perl_geek - 10/10/2014
Comment: Lighting meters - perl_geek - 10/10/2014
Comment: Bang for the buck - perl_geek - 10/9/2014
Comment: Re: Cute - perl_geek - 10/8/2014
Comment: Hearing voices - perl_geek - 10/8/2014
Comment: I have to agree. - perl_geek - 10/3/2014
Comment: Input to "Dilbert" - perl_geek - 9/19/2014


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