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Zippy
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Comment:Re: BORG - Zippy-2/27/2015
Comment:Re: Corvette - Zippy-2/2/2015
Comment:Re: Lexus Airlines? - Zippy-12/29/2014
Comment:Re: Okayyyy... - Zippy-12/19/2014
Comment:Okayyyy... - Zippy-12/19/2014
Comment:Re: Robocop - Zippy-12/4/2014
Comment:USB typewriter - Zippy-11/24/2014
Comment:Sign me up! - Zippy-11/20/2014
Comment:Apportioning blame - Zippy-11/5/2014
Comment:Re: Doomed! Doomed! - Zippy-11/3/2014
Comment:Re: More from Asimov - Zippy-10/24/2014
Comment:"You forgot..." - Zippy-8/15/2014
Comment:Re: Not all robots - Zippy-8/11/2014
Comment:Good move by Harley - Zippy-6/26/2014
Comment:Give it time - Zippy-6/6/2014
Comment:Re: Inspiring - Zippy-6/4/2014
Comment:Very cool - Zippy-3/13/2014
Comment:Re: suppliers - Zippy-3/4/2014
Comment:Re: solid - Zippy-2/18/2014
Comment:Re: it's a start - Zippy-1/31/2014
Comment:Re: it's a start - Zippy-1/31/2014
Comment:Re: Mustang - Zippy-1/29/2014
Comment:Re: not just teens - Zippy-1/13/2014
Comment:Re: truly a problem - Zippy-11/15/2013
Comment:Wait a minute... - Zippy-9/8/2013
Comment:End of an era? - Zippy-8/14/2013
Comment:Utility? - Zippy-8/7/2013
Comment:Re: Amazing printer - Zippy-7/30/2013
Comment:Re: Cool technology - Zippy-7/19/2013
Comment:Re: Starting? - Zippy-6/28/2013
Comment:Just in time! - Zippy-5/29/2013
Comment:Re: Agressive look? - Zippy-5/23/2013
Comment:Re: All the dishes? - Zippy-4/10/2013
Comment:No mystery here - Zippy-4/5/2013
Comment:21st Century RR - Zippy-4/2/2013
Comment:Hmmm... - Zippy-3/29/2013
Comment:Re: Evolutionary? - Zippy-3/13/2013
Comment:Re: Speedometer - Zippy-3/5/2013
Comment:Speedometer - Zippy-3/5/2013
Comment:17 inch screen - Zippy-1/23/2013
Comment:Re: another one - Zippy-11/8/2012
Comment:Re: Back to basics - Zippy-7/25/2012


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