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2009/01/28 13:42:38 (permalink)

Dave King
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    space_cowboy
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    RE: But you knew this already, right? 2009/01/28 14:08:46 (permalink)
    Hey frauds for frauds. Only fair.

    Some people call me Maurice
     
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    RE: But you knew this already, right? 2009/01/28 14:30:01 (permalink)
    No Politics Space!

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    RE: But you knew this already, right? 2009/01/28 14:58:44 (permalink)
    it's more funny if say it was hard drive based and it glitches.. that happens sometimes on the radio. either you get the time stretch effect or it ja-ja-ja-jitters
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