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    Re:Self-Regulation by RFassett on Wednesday October 15 2003, @05:30AM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by cambler on Tuesday October 14 2003, @09:39PM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by RFassett on Tuesday October 14 2003, @09:22PM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by cambler on Tuesday October 14 2003, @09:15PM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by RFassett on Tuesday October 14 2003, @09:10PM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by cambler on Tuesday October 14 2003, @02:05PM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by RFassett on Tuesday October 14 2003, @01:53PM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by cambler on Tuesday October 14 2003, @12:05PM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by RFassett on Tuesday October 14 2003, @11:49AM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by cambler on Tuesday October 14 2003, @10:38AM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by RFassett on Tuesday October 14 2003, @10:25AM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Sensible by GeorgeK on Tuesday October 14 2003, @08:57AM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by cambler on Tuesday October 14 2003, @08:31AM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by RFassett on Tuesday October 14 2003, @07:30AM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Sensible by michael on Monday October 13 2003, @10:19PM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by GeorgeK on Monday October 13 2003, @04:34PM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by RFassett on Monday October 13 2003, @04:28PM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Re:Self-Regulation by tlr on Monday October 13 2003, @10:28AM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM

    Self-Regulation by cambler on Monday October 13 2003, @10:18AM
    Attached to: Self-Regulation Self Destructs? posted on Monday October 13 2003, @09:12AM


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