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Jim_E
Member Since: July 10, 2012
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Comment:Who buys iPods - Jim_E-7/8/2014
Comment:Firebird - Jim_E-7/3/2014
Comment:Still too pricey - Jim_E-6/13/2014
Comment:Re: Not Ready Yet - Jim_E-6/13/2014
Comment:Steelmaking - Jim_E-6/2/2014
Comment:Re: My answer! - Jim_E-5/13/2014
Comment:Re: USB - Jim_E-5/9/2014
Comment:Neat idea - Jim_E-5/7/2014
Comment:Cool - Jim_E-4/10/2014
Comment:Consumer adoption - Jim_E-3/20/2014
Comment:Ugh - Jim_E-3/20/2014
Comment:Price, price, price - Jim_E-3/11/2014
Comment:Galvanic Corrosion? - Jim_E-1/27/2014
Comment:Re: Chevy V8 power - Jim_E-1/21/2014
Comment:Re: Landline - Jim_E-12/11/2013
Comment:Re: Leak Frog - Jim_E-11/18/2013
Comment:Re: Smart Meters - Jim_E-11/12/2013
Comment:Re: Smart Meters - Jim_E-11/12/2013
Comment:Totoya Software - Jim_E-11/11/2013
Comment:Siemens - Jim_E-11/11/2013
Comment:My opinions - Jim_E-11/11/2013
Comment:Business Start - Jim_E-11/7/2013
Comment:Great pun - Jim_E-11/5/2013
Comment:LED lighting - Jim_E-11/1/2013
Comment:I wonder.... - Jim_E-10/28/2013
Comment:Re: CPU swapping - Jim_E-10/22/2013
Comment:Re: Wait a sec!!! - Jim_E-10/18/2013
Comment:Impressive - Jim_E-10/9/2013
Comment:EET - Jim_E-9/18/2013
Comment:That degree - Jim_E-9/18/2013
Comment:Lotus Esprit S2 - Jim_E-9/17/2013
Comment:Motorsports - Jim_E-9/6/2013
Comment:Great find - Jim_E-9/6/2013
Comment:How about water - Jim_E-9/4/2013
Comment:Home Automation - Jim_E-8/23/2013
Comment:Good idea - Jim_E-8/7/2013
Comment:Re: Compressor - Jim_E-7/31/2013
Comment:Re: 48 Volts - Jim_E-7/31/2013
Comment:Re: Control knobs - Jim_E-7/25/2013
Comment:Control knobs - Jim_E-7/24/2013
Comment:At what cost? - Jim_E-7/17/2013
Comment:Re: Risky choice - Jim_E-5/31/2013
Comment:Re: Risky choice - Jim_E-5/31/2013
Comment:Cognex - Jim_E-5/31/2013
Comment:Re: Thin Film? - Jim_E-5/29/2013


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