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Re:Contribute  *Friday October 04, 2013 @01:31PM  1
   attached to Lavabit Case Unsealed: FBI Demands Companies Secretly Turn Over Crypto Keys
Most derpressing Science-Fiction ever.  *Friday August 10, 2012 @12:40PM  1
   attached to Ask Slashdot: What's the Most Depressing Sci-fi You've Ever Read?
Insectoid Aliens  *Wednesday May 26, 2004 @12:26PM  1
   attached to Area 51 Hackers Map Buried Surveillance Network
Re:One way street...  *Thursday May 27, 2004 @12:23PM  1
Re:One way street...  *Wednesday May 26, 2004 @10:29AM 1 1
Re:One way street...  *Tuesday May 25, 2004 @08:59PM  1
Re:One way street...  *Tuesday May 25, 2004 @05:25PM 3 5, Interesting
   attached to Army Plans Overhaul of Infantry Gear
Lagering vs. straight fermentation  *Friday May 14, 2004 @06:15PM  1
   attached to Keeping Your Keg Cool Sans Ice
Re:TI-89  *Monday April 26, 2004 @02:09PM  1
   attached to TI-84 Plus Released
Re:Pun on  *Monday April 26, 2004 @01:10PM  1
   attached to Selects Its Own Sea Bird
Re:Countermeasures  *Saturday April 24, 2004 @11:49AM  1
Liquid Body Armor  *Saturday April 24, 2004 @11:26AM  2, Informative
   attached to Military Develops Liquid Body Armor
Re:Now I can answer that age old question.  *Friday April 09, 2004 @11:36AM  1
   attached to Asteroid Impact Simulator Available
Re:Feynman wasn't here  *Wednesday January 23, 2002 @10:59PM  1
   attached to VeriSign Buys .tv
Re:Old old old news  *Wednesday October 31, 2001 @12:41PM  1
   attached to Tunguska Mystery Blast Solved?

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