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    I decant gel deodorant into a little flip-top...

    I decant gel deodorant into a little flip-top jar. It's round, about the size of a fifty cent piece, and about a half inch in height. Filled it'll hold enough for a week. I used to get these at...
  2. 1. What bag/accessories are you carrying (items +...

    1. What bag/accessories are you carrying (items + colors, pics always welcome)?

    I alternate my EDC depending on whether I'm carrying a computer. If yes, then it's my aubergine Imago, if no, then...
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    Here's the peer reviewed article on pets and...

    Here's the peer reviewed article on pets and carbon footprint: https://journals.plos.org/plosone/article?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0181301
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    Another choice we can make is regarding pets. Our...

    Another choice we can make is regarding pets. Our dogs and cats are responsible for 30% of the carbon footprint of meat production. If American dogs and cats were a country, they would be the...
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    By the way, while you are in Japan, you might...

    By the way, while you are in Japan, you might think about picking up a three-way extension plug made by Panasonic. They're small--a bit larger than a credit card and about a half inch thick--the plug...
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    This question for me is hard. Turkey, as has been...

    This question for me is hard. Turkey, as has been mentioned a lot, is a terrific 'food' country for having high quality, delicious food nearly everywhere and reasonably priced. Hong Kong has more...
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    Why not both? The small travel tray would be...

    Why not both? The small travel tray would be great to corral smallish stuff, like memory sticks, paper clips and clamps, chapstick, cough drops, etc. Plus, you know you need a small travel tray for...
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    Yup, busted! Bespoke was a 'mis-spoke'; I really...

    Yup, busted! Bespoke was a 'mis-spoke'; I really meant something like 'artisanal.' What I liked about the shop was that it is a great way to introduce travelers to products made in the Seattle area...
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    I want to second the recommendation given earlier...

    I want to second the recommendation given earlier of Deborah Madison's cookbook, Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. It's amazingly comprehensive, but her primary point is that you shouldn't try to...
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    Yup, if you want a vacuum that your kids will...

    Yup, if you want a vacuum that your kids will inherit and will work forever, I'd get a Kirby. We bought a used one (1981 vintage) in about 1987 and it's done yeoman's duty ever since. It's solidly...
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    There's a new shop at Seatac that sells a variety...

    There's a new shop at Seatac that sells a variety of bespoke Seattle-made stuff. It would be amazing to see, say Travel Trays or keystraps there...
  12. Small ZipTop Shop Bag--a multitasker review

    In the interests of full disclosure, I loved the small shop bags, and found the large shop bags were simply too big for me (at 5 foot nothing) to carry without dragging on the ground. So, when they...
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    I've been a TB fan for years, but I'm reluctantly...

    I've been a TB fan for years, but I'm reluctantly coming to the conclusion that I'm not the kind of customer that fits anymore. I'm 4'10" and, well, eligible for Medicare. No way a large shop bag...
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    i've been away from the forum for a while--partly...

    i've been away from the forum for a while--partly because I count 15 TB bags around our house, so I'm not obsessing about buying more just now (not counting travel trays, pouches, wallets, shop bags,...
  15. If this isn't hijacking the thread too much, I...

    If this isn't hijacking the thread too much, I also like using the WF as a footrest when put under the seat in front of me. I actually have a nice blowup footrest, but it tends to move out from under...
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    I hate to say this, but you probably should...

    I hate to say this, but you probably should seriously consider investing in a cane for travel. The thing is, TSA can be maddeningly inconsistent--what you've gotten aboard just fine twenty times in a...
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    Since it sounds like there isn't going to be an...

    Since it sounds like there isn't going to be an Imago 2.0, sadly, I would love one last farewell tour edition, like the brief return of the Little Swift. Pretty please? I spent more than twice its...
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    I am mature myself. No, check that, I qualify as...

    I am mature myself. No, check that, I qualify as old now that I hit Social Security age.😊 I admit that going wheelless is more of a struggle these days, though totally worth aspiring to. The A30 is...
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    I think what you're wanting is the return of the...

    I think what you're wanting is the return of the Imago. A horizontal format bag about the size of the Maker's Bag but with that all important back pocket, perfectly sized for standard sized folders. ...
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    I've used Goop before successfully with Tom Bihn...

    I've used Goop before successfully with Tom Bihn bags to remove greasy marks from my Aeronaut gotten the one and only time I checked it (figures, doesn't it?) Goop was originally sold as a hand...
  21. Google flights lets you explore the cheapest way...

    Google flights lets you explore the cheapest way to get to and from Europe (or anywhere else, for that matter). You can set a month, set it for Central Europe (or Europe, or Eastern Europe, etc) and...
  22. Gdansk is directly between your stops in Berlin...

    Gdansk is directly between your stops in Berlin and Lithuania, and it's much more interesting from a tourist perspective than Warsaw, so I'd substitute that one myself. I'm not a fan of Vienna--too...
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    E. coli is a concern, but then so is listeria and...

    E. coli is a concern, but then so is listeria and norovirus and a number of other food-borne pathogens. E coli first came to public attention with the Jack in the Box contaminated hamburgers in the...
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    Have you considered a small café bag? That would...

    Have you considered a small café bag? That would easily take what you want without being too big...
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    1. What bag are you carrying? My EDC is a red...

    1. What bag are you carrying?

    My EDC is a red and hemp Imago, sometimes with my olive/UV SE inside.

    2. What are you reading?

    Right now, Richard Thaler, Misbehaving.

    3. What are you...
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