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Battar
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Comment:Not done yet - Battar-4/1/2015
Comment:Headline - Battar-3/25/2015
Comment:Taylor - Battar-3/19/2015
Comment:Re: NEC - Battar-3/11/2015
Comment:Check your sources - Battar-3/10/2015
Comment:Who, what and why - Battar-3/10/2015
Comment:Old timer - Battar-3/5/2015
Comment:Sunset - Battar-3/4/2015
Comment:Who is smarter ? - Battar-3/2/2015
Comment:Re: maybe - Battar-2/26/2015
Comment:Toys - Battar-2/25/2015
Comment:Large screw - Battar-2/18/2015
Comment:Fun times - Battar-2/17/2015
Comment:Re: Itchy - Battar-2/17/2015
Comment:Re: Itchy - Battar-2/17/2015
Comment:Itchy - Battar-2/16/2015
Comment:Re: Security - Battar-2/11/2015
Comment:Re: Not surprising - Battar-2/11/2015
Comment:Wanton destruction - Battar-2/11/2015
Comment:Save and spend - Battar-2/4/2015
Comment:Fell for it - Battar-2/4/2015
Comment:0-120K - Battar-2/2/2015
Comment:Missed the point - Battar-1/28/2015
Comment:Re: Waste not - Battar-1/13/2015
Comment:Re: Waste not - Battar-1/12/2015
Comment:Waste not - Battar-1/12/2015
Comment:Strike a balance - Battar-1/7/2015
Comment:Re: No thank you. - Battar-12/30/2014
Comment:Sherlock - Battar-12/10/2014
Comment:Figures - Battar-12/8/2014
Comment:Re: von Braun - Battar-12/3/2014
Comment:Marketing said no - Battar-11/25/2014
Comment:Patents, anyone ? - Battar-11/25/2014
Comment:Re: Portable Office - Battar-11/24/2014
Comment:Re: BLACK FRIDAY - Battar-11/24/2014
Comment:Re: Sad memory - Battar-11/20/2014
Comment:White shirts? - Battar-11/16/2014
Comment:Re: Old Toys - Battar-11/11/2014
Comment:Officer - Battar-11/11/2014
Comment:Scaling - Battar-11/11/2014
Comment:I, robot - Battar-11/6/2014
Comment:Lock up - Battar-11/5/2014
Comment:Don't drop it - Battar-11/3/2014
Comment:Resale - Battar-10/29/2014
Comment:More from Asimov - Battar-10/23/2014
Comment:Assembly time - Battar-10/23/2014
Comment:Re: airbags suck - Battar-10/23/2014
Comment:Re: The real deal - Battar-10/21/2014
Comment:Re: Famous Quotes - Battar-10/13/2014
Comment:Easier - Battar-10/11/2014
Comment:Time warp - Battar-10/11/2014
Comment:Markets - Battar-10/6/2014
Comment:The python take - Battar-10/2/2014
Comment:Re: Nice - Battar-9/15/2014


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