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- Mirage 16s
- NovaQuinn 1m
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- Valentine 34m
- Cromptonymous 3m
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- Diani 3h Shake hands with him! Charm her!
- attaboy 3s
- Luck 38m
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- Azelle 21h
a Cerberus 6h Head Builder & GM when I need to
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j Johnny 5h New Code Written Nightly. Not a GM.
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Motion-Picture Windows
Soon on a Wall Near You?

Minnesota-based Andersen's new entrant, which isn't for sale yet, is a bay window that doubles as a home entertainment center. A low-voltage electric current runs through the window. When the current is on, the window is clear. But flip a switch to turn the current off and the glass goes opaque, allowing it to be used as a projection screen for watching television or DVDs. The flanking casement windows become the speakers.

http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A19548-2003Jan20.html

"Honey, can you go turn on the window?  I want to watch the sunset tonight."

Wow...so Farenheit 451.