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Comment:Re: solid - bdcst-2/18/2014
Comment:Re: LED Glare - bdcst-1/29/2014
Comment:Going Postal - bdcst-1/23/2014
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Comment:Re: Nice-looking car - bdcst-12/19/2013
Comment:Re: Nice-looking car - bdcst-12/18/2013
Comment:Re: Power Shorts - bdcst-9/25/2013
Comment:Re: Phone Upgrade - bdcst-5/3/2013
Comment:F/M=A Low Weight? - bdcst-3/19/2013
Comment:Re: Repurpose - bdcst-2/22/2013
Comment:Re: Cause or Effect - bdcst-2/13/2013
Comment:Re: Cooling System - bdcst-1/28/2013
Comment:Re: Noisier EVs - bdcst-1/17/2013
Comment:Re: Really? - bdcst-1/17/2013
Comment:Where to begin? - bdcst-8/30/2012
Comment:Re: Process cost - bdcst-8/10/2012
Comment:Re: Relative cost? - bdcst-5/17/2012
Comment:Re: Relative cost? - bdcst-5/17/2012
Comment:Re: Quirky, but fun - bdcst-5/15/2012
Comment:Re: Engineering - bdcst-5/3/2012
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