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01/22/2010

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Ryan

A very cool project but the phrase "Buying (or in this case building) an airplane to get free peanuts" came to mind. I'm sure it'll work but there may have been more efficient ways to do it.

Mostly I'm jealous. I want access to a full machine shop and a TIG (isn't GMAW the more correct term for this?) welder.

Dark Mavis

I read this as I sit in my class at evergreen, and finally figured out where that grinder went. I wondered what happened to it when I stopped by the bike shop yesterday. As far as sports, there is definitely a burgeoning bike polo scene in this town of which I am a part. Hopefully we can get a school team going sometime soon.

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