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ferd
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Comment:Re: Nixie - ferd-11/25/2015
Comment:Endless redesign - ferd-11/25/2015
Comment:Re: demise of ICE - ferd-11/16/2015
Comment:Or... - ferd-10/19/2015
Comment:Re: Batteries? - ferd-10/19/2015
Comment:manipulated - ferd-10/9/2015
Comment:Gahhh! - ferd-10/9/2015
Comment:Gahhh! - ferd-10/9/2015
Comment:Re: Terrible article - ferd-9/11/2015
Comment:Re: Terrible article - ferd-9/11/2015
Comment:Re: Labor Shortage - ferd-8/25/2015
Comment:blame the engineer? - ferd-7/18/2015
Comment:Re: Running kids off - ferd-7/18/2015
Comment:Re: Simulations - ferd-7/8/2015
Comment:Hmmm... - ferd-7/8/2015
Comment:Management Support - ferd-6/24/2015
Comment:Wrong audience - ferd-6/10/2015
Comment:Resource Limitations - ferd-6/10/2015
Comment:Re: Bean Counters - ferd-6/10/2015
Comment:Re: Parking that EV - ferd-5/28/2015
Comment:Re: Electrics - ferd-5/19/2015
Comment:reshoring jobs - ferd-5/4/2015
Comment:yep - ferd-9/14/2011


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