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About Badger
Location:
Badger State
Interests:
Reading, writing, cooking, travel
Occupation:
Charismatic gadabout
Your Bag:
A 45/30, TS, BB, SA, S25/19, NFTD, DLBP, DLBC, Pilot, Citizen Canine
Which laptop do you have?:
Late 2014 11" MBA; 128 GB iPhone 6 (Space Grey)

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04-25-2011
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  1. blackbird
    blackbird liked post by Badger On thread : Currently carrying; currently reading
    The Eco discussion led me to wonder about a possible subthread to this one: Why on Earth was Made into a Movie; Seriously, What Were They Thinking? Some have mentioned Tolkien so I won't go...
    Liked On: 01-24-2015, 08:31 AM
  2. jcinverso
    jcinverso liked post by Badger On thread : 2-4-6-8. Here's what Badger took to the Beaver State.
    I would kill for a Flocculent Man Sheep bag.
    Liked On: 01-22-2015, 08:45 AM
  3. eWalker
    eWalker liked post by Badger On thread : Backorder Updates/Back In Stock
    BJ, try giving CS a call. Sometimes when stock of a particular color gets really low, it's removed from the website even if there are a couple around. Good luck!
    Liked On: 01-21-2015, 07:05 PM
  4. brendabethman
    brendabethman liked post by Badger On thread : How do you contribute to the bag community?
    Not buying anything is one school of minimalism, but I think a more sustainable and practical method is to abide by "buy well and carefully, and no more than you need." By this, a person may have,...
    Liked On: 01-20-2015, 11:29 AM
  5. binje
    binje liked post by Badger On thread : How do you contribute to the bag community?
    Not buying anything is one school of minimalism, but I think a more sustainable and practical method is to abide by "buy well and carefully, and no more than you need." By this, a person may have,...
    Liked On: 01-20-2015, 10:07 AM
  6. timarelay
    timarelay liked post by Badger On thread : How do you contribute to the bag community?
    Not buying anything is one school of minimalism, but I think a more sustainable and practical method is to abide by "buy well and carefully, and no more than you need." By this, a person may have,...
    Liked On: 01-20-2015, 09:51 AM
  7. bubmum
    bubmum liked post by Badger On thread : How do you contribute to the bag community?
    Not buying anything is one school of minimalism, but I think a more sustainable and practical method is to abide by "buy well and carefully, and no more than you need." By this, a person may have,...
    Liked On: 01-20-2015, 08:11 AM
  8. Orangeboys
    Orangeboys liked post by Badger On thread : How do you contribute to the bag community?
    Not buying anything is one school of minimalism, but I think a more sustainable and practical method is to abide by "buy well and carefully, and no more than you need." By this, a person may have,...
    Liked On: 01-20-2015, 07:29 AM
  9. Orangeboys
    Orangeboys liked post by Badger On thread : How do you contribute to the bag community?
    This is an interesting problem to have. I imagine you have all sorts of arcane knowledge stored up, but can also understand how it can be frustrating to have momentary obsessions, especially if they...
    Liked On: 01-20-2015, 07:28 AM
  10. Amy
    Amy liked post by Badger On thread : How do you contribute to the bag community?
    Not buying anything is one school of minimalism, but I think a more sustainable and practical method is to abide by "buy well and carefully, and no more than you need." By this, a person may have,...
    Liked On: 01-20-2015, 06:44 AM
  11. Dandelion
    Dandelion liked post by Badger On thread : How do you contribute to the bag community?
    Not buying anything is one school of minimalism, but I think a more sustainable and practical method is to abide by "buy well and carefully, and no more than you need." By this, a person may have,...
    Liked On: 01-20-2015, 06:18 AM
  12. ceepee
    ceepee liked post by Badger On thread : How do you contribute to the bag community?
    Not buying anything is one school of minimalism, but I think a more sustainable and practical method is to abide by "buy well and carefully, and no more than you need." By this, a person may have,...
    Liked On: 01-20-2015, 01:36 AM
  13. eWalker
    eWalker liked post by Badger On thread : How do you contribute to the bag community?
    Not buying anything is one school of minimalism, but I think a more sustainable and practical method is to abide by "buy well and carefully, and no more than you need." By this, a person may have,...
    Liked On: 01-20-2015, 01:26 AM
  14. eWalker
    eWalker liked post by Badger On thread : How do you contribute to the bag community?
    This is an interesting problem to have. I imagine you have all sorts of arcane knowledge stored up, but can also understand how it can be frustrating to have momentary obsessions, especially if they...
    Liked On: 01-20-2015, 01:22 AM
  15. eWalker
    eWalker liked post by Badger On thread : Under seat bag storage
    OK, true story: the first time we went to Italy, one of our suitcases apparently exploded in the cargo hold. It was a Samsonite so the case was actually just fine (so I'm not exactly sure what...
    Liked On: 01-19-2015, 03:25 AM
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