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    I looked at it, turned it down..it was a mixture of old and new. Just wasn't something I could get excited about.
    It was one of those things where you'd go "wow!".."wait, no.."wait, wow!"..and then finally, "uh, no.."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Anzac15 View Post
    ...It was one of those things where you'd go "wow!".."wait, no.."wait, wow!"..and then finally, "uh, no.."
    A brilliantly concise description of the complex process of evaluation!


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