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KenL
Member Since: September 10, 2012
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Comment:Re: Darwin - KenL-3/2/2015
Comment:Baggage systems - KenL-3/2/2015
Comment:Re: Darwin - KenL-3/2/2015
Comment:Engineering disasters - KenL-11/14/2014
Comment:Flight of the Phoenix - KenL-11/10/2014
Comment:Balcony collapse - KenL-10/29/2014
Comment:Google Car - KenL-6/6/2014
Comment:Re: The iVac? - KenL-5/23/2014
Comment:Re: Turntables - KenL-5/19/2014
Comment:Re: Blame Marketing - KenL-5/11/2014
Comment:Elevator buttons - KenL-5/9/2014
Comment:Corvair fan belt - KenL-5/9/2014
Comment:Re: auto safety - KenL-5/9/2014
Comment:QWERTY keyboards - KenL-5/9/2014
Comment:Re: USB - KenL-5/9/2014
Comment:Re: USB - KenL-5/9/2014
Comment:Re: TV remotes - KenL-5/9/2014
Comment:Re: Turntables - KenL-5/2/2014
Comment:Re: Turntables - KenL-5/2/2014
Comment:The Marvelous Toy - KenL-4/22/2014
Comment:Engineering toys - KenL-4/19/2014
Comment:Engineering toys - KenL-4/19/2014
Comment:Herbert Hoover quote - KenL-10/30/2013
Comment:Re: Safety - KenL-4/30/2013
Comment:Re: One warning - KenL-4/30/2013
Comment:"Hone In" - KenL-9/28/2012
Comment:Re: Cool Idea - KenL-9/12/2012
Comment:Re: Cool Idea - KenL-9/10/2012


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