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What does everyone think fake ? Says release Sept 2020.





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Deus V6 ?....yes, it's false information ...

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What is fake false now in 2020 could come true.

 Just take a look at that smart phone you have that was impossible time back .

 If someone can dream it then it can be.


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That website specializes in creating fake information that will draw clicks for ad revenue. They present a lot of good information, but then scatter in made up stuff along the way.

Don't hold your breath.

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...Idea is good...., glas- display,-headset - detector, application, ..."Piochon"   not .. good idea... better idea - ist have pinpointer with TID and gps tracking and writing good finds.... But it's not XP info...:wink:

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On 11/12/2018 at 4:42 PM, Alluminati said:

I can't wait for the wireless rock pick to come out.


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