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Comment:Metals - Critic-2/27/2015
Comment:50 Years - Critic-2/27/2015
Comment:Cold Weather - Critic-2/26/2015
Comment:Genetic Testing - Critic-2/26/2015
Comment:Re: What Jobs? - Critic-2/24/2015
Comment:Good Information - Critic-2/23/2015
Comment:More Secrets? - Critic-2/23/2015
Comment:3-D - Critic-2/23/2015
Comment:Birds & Blades - Critic-2/19/2015
Comment:What Matters - Critic-2/19/2015
Comment:Maintenance Costs - Critic-2/19/2015
Comment:Not Yet - Critic-2/18/2015
Comment:Vapor Pressure - Critic-2/13/2015
Comment:Interesting - Critic-2/11/2015
Comment:"Shocked?" - Critic-2/6/2015
Comment:Suggestion - Critic-2/4/2015
Comment:Re: Corvette - Critic-2/2/2015
Comment:Corvette - Critic-2/2/2015
Comment:Re: Boyle's law - Critic-1/30/2015
Comment:Insult? - Critic-1/30/2015
Comment:30th Anniversary? - Critic-1/29/2015
Comment:Football Inflation - Critic-1/29/2015
Comment:Great Post! - Critic-1/28/2015
Comment:$0.25 per kWh? - Critic-1/27/2015
Comment:Iowa - Critic-1/27/2015
Comment:Re: More Math - Critic-1/27/2015
Comment:More Math - Critic-1/23/2015
Comment:Math - Critic-1/20/2015
Comment:SIlly Product - Critic-1/20/2015
Comment:Impact - Critic-1/16/2015
Comment:Sustainable? - Critic-1/5/2015
Comment:History? - Critic-1/5/2015
Comment:Illegal vs Lawsuit - Critic-12/23/2014
Comment:"Do not Copy" - Critic-12/22/2014
Comment:E-Mail - Critic-12/22/2014
Comment:Reality - Critic-12/12/2014
Comment:Sales Pitch - Critic-12/10/2014
Comment:Santa - Critic-12/5/2014
Comment:Cost Analysis - Critic-12/1/2014
Comment:Differences - Critic-11/26/2014
Comment:"Marketing" - Critic-11/26/2014
Comment:Crappiest Thing - Critic-11/26/2014
Comment:Limitations - Critic-11/20/2014
Comment:A Better Solution - Critic-11/20/2014
Comment:A Little More - Critic-11/19/2014
Comment:Jail Time - Critic-11/10/2014
Comment:Re: Airbags - Critic-10/23/2014
Comment:Re: I'll Take New - Critic-10/23/2014
Comment:Airbags - Critic-10/23/2014
Comment:Re: I'll Take New - Critic-10/23/2014
Comment:Yes and No - Critic-10/23/2014
Comment:Marketing - Critic-10/22/2014
Comment:Contact Mysteries - Critic-10/10/2014
Comment:Driving Skills - Critic-1/10/2014
Comment:Diagnosis - Critic-1/7/2014
Comment:Progress - Critic-12/4/2013
Comment:Wiring - Critic-11/26/2013
Comment:The Best Fix - Critic-11/22/2013
Comment:Re: Cool Runnings - Critic-11/15/2013
Comment:Re: Perspective - Critic-11/12/2013
Comment:Power Factor - Critic-11/1/2013
Comment:Re: Bad news - Critic-10/30/2013
Comment:Re: Bad news - Critic-10/30/2013
Comment:Dry Air - Critic-10/28/2013


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