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2012-12-28 07:15:36 PM  
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picturescrazy: Quantum Apostrophe: Shouldn't they be printing rocket parts instead of helping people live longer? Wahh wahh I want to go explore the galaxy but I don't want to live long enough to do it!

No one minds that you want to live longer, most of us do. It's your poopooing of anything else. Life extension and space exploration seem like they'd fit pretty well to me. And what the crap is wrong with 3D printing?

Actually I do mind that he wants to live longer. All he's gonna do with those extra years is waste every waking minute trolling fark. I don't think anyone wants that.
2012-12-28 06:27:33 PM  
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Better that than Autotune, I suppose.
2012-12-28 06:12:50 PM  
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Autodesk? Guess it won't be affordable.
2012-12-28 04:24:40 PM  
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