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ttemple
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Comment:How much? - ttemple-7/25/2014
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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
Comment:Re: crazy fast - ttemple-5/19/2014
Comment:Not any more - ttemple-5/14/2014
Comment:Re: Not viable - ttemple-5/12/2014
Comment:Re: LED Board - ttemple-4/1/2014
Comment:Suggested Reading - ttemple-3/25/2014
Comment:For example? - ttemple-3/18/2014
Comment:Re: EVs future. - ttemple-1/14/2014
Comment:Don't Panic - ttemple-12/6/2013
Comment:Common Sense - ttemple-11/4/2013
Comment:Number of claims - ttemple-10/29/2013
Comment:Opti-grab - ttemple-9/25/2013
Comment:Re: Versatile - ttemple-9/16/2013
Comment:Re: why the lines - ttemple-8/26/2013
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Comment:Any Names? - ttemple-4/3/2013
Comment:Liquid Metal? - ttemple-2/27/2013


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