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    Default Aromatherapy for electronics nerds

    Thought this was kinda cute, you might too!

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    That is funny!

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    Hmm, I prefer the scent of dust cooking on old electron tubes.

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    Praise Bob!
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    That is funny as heII, thanks for sharing.
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    Thanks LAB3...since Trump's dump, it's been a while without GSResource's humour.

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    P h e e e e w !
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    Seriously? No cap locks allowed? SMH
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gorminrider View Post
    Thanks LAB3...since Trump's dump, it's been a while without GSResource's humour.
    On that note, let's not forget those who pioneered the game of Bingo and made it acceptable for all!

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    I personally love the smell of burning rubber and nitromethane from the drag strip, I wonder if they could make a candle for that.
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