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1-24-2007 @ 4:41PM
The post on the General Forum is classic. It's up to 10 pages now. This reminds me of that one episode of Dinosaurs where the father (Earl) buys asteroid insurance. When his television is struck by a falling rock from the sky, the appraiser comes out to estimate the damage. However, an asteroid becomes a meteorite when it enters the Earths atmosphere, and he didn't have meteorite insurance. Classic.
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