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G-Spot Episode 45 | See Me After Class

G-Spot Episode 45 | See Me After Class

by Gspot PodcastJanuary 18, 2012

In this weeks fanatically awesome episode the TGF crew take a frank look at the major conferences of CES as well as discussing the Razer’s new ‘project Fiona’. David Gets angry about a dark souls petition and Breezy does has a couple of his usual rants. It’s also worth listening to the end to hear some classic TGF bloopers.

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  • Cat

    Thanks for this!

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  • D360

    Great news!

  • Alejandra Fleishman

    How do I make a copy of all the contents of a razer cellphone? The circumstance goes like this –my sister’s husband cheated on my sister, she located out by viewing in excess of 600 text messages crammed with clues to infidelity (nudie photos, i loves you’s, etc) to yet another woman.

    Now, he wants his cell phone back but my sister is refusing to do so. My query is, how do I make a copy of the contents on the cell phone?

    She has a Razer and it can be with Verizon.

  • Jamal

    its my sisters birthday and were going to an upscale chinese buffet. i’ve been on a diet for awhile and i’m wondering what are some low calorie options i can eat.

  • clntvrrt

    I will be in Las Vegas during the time of the CES show. I would really like to attend but can’t seem to find anything about how to get in (if I can…). Anyone have the know-how? Thanx!!

  • Sriram R

    Please Help!!!!

  • ConfusionnaJob

    I couldn’t find info on the site about it, so I’m unsure. Hopefully, someone who’s been before can tell me. Thanks!

  • Random

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  • simply complicated

    Yes it does …absolutely! CES technology was first invented nearly 50 years ago in Russia and has been used in licensed medical devices in the USA for more than 20 years now. The most inexpesnsive CES device on the market today is sold by a company in Canada called The Sleep Genie. If you are having trouble sleeping ,,, this product is the answer you have been looking for.