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armorris
Member Since: September 2, 2011
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Comment:Way cool project - armorris-10/18/2014
Comment:Re: Sleep On It - armorris-10/11/2014
Comment:Magnet problem - armorris-10/2/2014
Comment:Nice project - armorris-9/16/2014
Comment:Re: Reshoring - armorris-9/16/2014
Comment:Re: Come on... - armorris-9/4/2014
Comment:Goo Gone - armorris-7/3/2014
Comment:Re: Nice Job - armorris-6/27/2014
Comment:Re: Google Car - armorris-6/5/2014
Comment:Backup plan - armorris-6/5/2014
Comment:No more videos? - armorris-5/24/2014
Comment:Coming clean - armorris-5/19/2014
Comment:Motion sensor? - armorris-5/14/2014
Comment:Re: Honda Accord - armorris-5/12/2014
Comment:Honda Accord - armorris-5/12/2014
Comment:Re: Nice project - armorris-12/20/2013
Comment:Nice project - armorris-12/6/2013
Comment:Re: Cool Runnings - armorris-11/18/2013
Comment:Re: Cool Runnings - armorris-11/15/2013
Comment:Re: Do it anyway - armorris-10/2/2013
Comment:Re: Do it anyway - armorris-10/2/2013
Comment:Re: Do it anyway - armorris-10/1/2013
Comment:Big mistake - armorris-9/13/2013
Comment:Re: Utility? - armorris-8/13/2013
Comment:Re: Why ? - armorris-8/13/2013


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