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Geology, more violent than anyone ever knew
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That's going to leave a mark!
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so true
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"It's a trap!"
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I'll take a 10T connection to my servers please!
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So unless you live in Canada, you won't be able to get the new BB10 hotness until March. Love this comment from Engadget about it..."Indeed, Thorsten just said March... room just went utterly silent."
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