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Posted Wednesday, June 25, 2014 1:18 PM
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Thank you Craig Farrell for making my afternoon with "I left my crystal ball in my other pants."
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Sarah Wagner (6/25/2014)
Thank you Craig Farrell for making my afternoon with "I left my crystal ball in my other pants."


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Thank you Craig Farrell for making my afternoon with "I left my crystal ball in my other pants."


To be honest, Craig stole it from me when it was in for repair at the shop...




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Thank you Craig Farrell for making my afternoon with "I left my crystal ball in my other pants."


To be honest, Craig stole it from me when it was in for repair at the shop...


Is my crystal ball we're talking about, or is mine still 'misplaced'?




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Thank you Craig Farrell for making my afternoon with "I left my crystal ball in my other pants."


To be honest, Craig stole it from me when it was in for repair at the shop...


Is my crystal ball we're talking about, or is mine still 'misplaced'?



Last I heard, Grant still had that one.




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Posted Wednesday, June 25, 2014 3:21 PM
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Maybe this was the missing Crystal Ball:
http://penn.museum/blog/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/Crystal-Sphere.jpg

Chinese Crystal Ball’s Mysterious Past:
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Posted Wednesday, June 25, 2014 3:44 PM


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LOL,

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Evil Kraig F (6/25/2014)
I can't seem to find my favorite image of a crystal ball with the matrix code running down through it, otherwise I'd throw it in.


If you can get me a link to a high-res matrix code image (jpg is fine), I'll render you a crystal ball with that inside, over the weekend



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