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    Quote Originally Posted by chaimonkey View Post
    I would LOVE to see a flat, phablet-sized zippered pocket inside the Pop Tote. *dreamy sigh*
    For that there's a Freudian Slip, no? Cool

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    Quote Originally Posted by AVService View Post
    Thats true!
    But I did have terrible cake yesterday?


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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpgreen View Post
    Before buying my synapse I was looking at a bag about the same size with tons of organization. To be clear, I differentiate lots of organization (spots for very specific things like pens, thumb drives, business cards, etc.) from lots of pockets (like the synapse). The bag that met my current organization needs the most was the ebags professional slim jr. Unfortunately most everything else about it was a negative (for me) when compared to the synapse (heavy, low capacity to size ratio, etc.). The other key was the word "current." Needs change, in my case based on different tech that I carry and time of year.
    I had a similar dilemma before I bought my Brain Bag. My previous backpack had a lot of organization and I had used it daily for ~5 years, so I knew where everything was. I wanted to replace it with something similar, but couldn't find anything that was directly equivalent. I finally convinced myself that I could use pouches/tool rolls/Freudian Slip (both TB and other brands) to create my own organization.

    And when I emptied my old backpack, I found items "in their place" that had been there for years, never used, and forgotten about. That sold me on not needing quite so much organization and having organizers that can be removed from the recesses of the bag to see what's in them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Waterlogged View Post
    I had a similar dilemma before I bought my Brain Bag. My previous backpack had a lot of organization and I had used it daily for ~5 years, so I knew where everything was. I wanted to replace it with something similar, but couldn't find anything that was directly equivalent. I finally convinced myself that I could use pouches/tool rolls/Freudian Slip (both TB and other brands) to create my own organization.

    And when I emptied my old backpack, I found items "in their place" that had been there for years, never used, and forgotten about. That sold me on not needing quite so much organization and having organizers that can be removed from the recesses of the bag to see what's in them.
    That is exactly what happened to me with my old Wenger backpack. It was like finding buried treasure when I moved out of that bag.


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    Quote Originally Posted by AVService View Post
    Thats true!
    But I did have terrible cake yesterday?


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    Cake sucks = all cake sucks. I had some cake that sucked = some cake sucks. Some cake sucks does not imply that all cake sucks, although it does leave open the possibility. Some cakes don't suck implies that the statement all cakes suck is false. I have had at least one cake that doesn't suck, therefore one cannot say that cake sucks. This ends your lesson in categorical logic for today.

    Pie is still better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpgreen View Post
    Cake sucks = all cake sucks. I had some cake that sucked = some cake sucks. Some cake sucks does not imply that all cake sucks, although it does leave open the possibility. Some cakes don't suck implies that the statement all cakes suck is false. I have had at least one cake that doesn't suck, therefore one cannot say that cake sucks. This ends your lesson in categorical logic for today.

    Pie is still better.
    just put the logic down....
    back away slowly...

    and contemplate buying a new Bihn bag

    and be nice to your neighbors

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougpgreen View Post
    Cake sucks = all cake sucks. I had some cake that sucked = some cake sucks. Some cake sucks does not imply that all cake sucks, although it does leave open the possibility. Some cakes don't suck implies that the statement all cakes suck is false. I have had at least one cake that doesn't suck, therefore one cannot say that cake sucks. This ends your lesson in categorical logic for today.

    Pie is still better.
    No Logic implied at all in my observation,just recalling the terrible event.

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    I generally don't need to use a waist strap.
    What about a frame sheet without a waist strap? Any benefit left?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sirolf View Post
    I generally don't need to use a waist strap.
    What about a frame sheet without a waist strap? Any benefit left?
    I use a frame sheet without a waist strap and the frame sheet is still worth having, IMO.

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