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ttemple
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Comment:Re: Wrong Focus - ttemple-11/13/2014
Comment:I don't think so - ttemple-11/11/2014
Comment:bad design - ttemple-11/5/2014
Comment:Jury is still out - ttemple-10/24/2014
Comment:Mine is on the way - ttemple-10/22/2014
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Comment:Re: Reusable bags - ttemple-9/11/2014
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Comment:Re: Candid Camera - ttemple-8/21/2014
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Comment:Re: Practical - ttemple-8/11/2014
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Comment:Work Hardening - ttemple-8/6/2014
Comment:Re: More women - ttemple-8/1/2014
Comment:How much? - ttemple-7/25/2014
Comment:Nice Job - ttemple-6/26/2014
Comment:Re: No coverup? - ttemple-6/10/2014
Comment:Re: No coverup? - ttemple-6/9/2014
Comment:Re: Google Car - ttemple-6/5/2014
Comment:Jed Clampett - ttemple-6/4/2014
Comment:Pretty clever - ttemple-5/23/2014
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Comment:Not any more - ttemple-5/14/2014
Comment:Re: Not viable - ttemple-5/12/2014


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