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March 14, 2014, 09:43:17 PM
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Thank you for the informative feed back, I think i can relate to businesses exaggerating to stir up hype so ill take your word on that. I think you mentioned a repuatable alternative where do i find em?

There is a big difference between exaggerating and outright "horse shit"

BFL has never EVER released anything on time, or made their estimates anywhere near close to their original predictions.

The current product line people were expecting delivery in December, not a single item has been delivered,

The previous product line was delayed somewhere between 9 months and a year!

No.....EXAGGERATION.


Look at the date please.

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March 15, 2014, 08:20:03 AM
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Whoops... watch the necro please.

But it clearly points out where we are now with BFL vs 2012 doesn't?

Anyone supporting a BFL product run now is merely ignorant of the facts or paid to push product.

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