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    Quote Originally Posted by Darcy View Post
    The Horizontal Freudian Slip is now available for order. It's in-stock and ships within one business day....
    Any pictures of it inside an ID or Ego bag?

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    Woo hoo!

    Very cool. You guys listened!

    (Shouldn't it just be called The Shmackey? :) )

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildgeese View Post
    got any left?
    We do! They're coming out fresh from our factory today, in fact...
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    sorry

    I got confused between the member since date and the posting date. Newbie.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wildgeese View Post
    I got confused between the member since date and the posting date. Newbie.
    Or you are as certain that the Horizontal Freudian Slip will be a hit as we are! :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shmackey View Post
    (Shouldn't it just be called The Shmackey? :) )
    Well...

    But we do owe you a prototype. PM me!
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    I see it's just a smidge too long for the Imago. Sigh. I'd love to have been able to shuttle my work crap back and forth between my two main bags.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eristick View Post
    I see it's just a smidge too long for the Imago. Sigh.
    This was my next question. Bummer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eristick View Post
    I see it's just a smidge too long for the Imago. Sigh. I'd love to have been able to shuttle my work crap back and forth between my two main bags.
    Would a Freudian Slip for the Imago still be useful if it didn't fit files? Tom's thinking of designing one, but thinks it probably wouldn't be able to fit files.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darcy View Post
    Would a Freudian Slip for the Imago still be useful if it didn't fit files? Tom's thinking of designing one, but thinks it probably wouldn't be able to fit files.
    I'd want one just for dedicated pen/pencil slots. I miss that a lot more than I thought I would. Plus a bisected main compartment would be enough for me to add some organization my Imago.

    I should add that I don't need to carry folders, ever, so take my vote with that in mind.

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    I like a pouch for pens and stuff like that anyway.

    for some reason, I don't use pen and pencil slots.

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    I'd want it to fit files. Just enough to be able to cart a few documents around without them getting all bent up. Don't see why it wouldn't fit, as I can fit a file folder in my Imago?

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    Yes, a smaller organizer that would fit in the Imago, or the front pouch of an ID or Zephyr would be very useful, with or without a folder slot. Eagle Creek used to make a very nice one with several pen slots, a padded pocket, a mesh pocket and some small slot pockets for business cards, or other thin items. This type of organizer is very helpful for people who carry around lots of small items that need a "permanent" home within a bag so they can be easily located, and more importantly, protected from damage.

    And since we are talking about the Imago, I am hoping that Tom will consider a single pen slot inside the Imago, as well as a pocket on the front flap. The flap has such potential for a pocket, and I believe that it would add great utility to the bag, just like the pocket on my ID bag! I just know that Tom has the creative ability to modify the front flap so it retains its cool look while adding utility to an already great bag. ;)

    --Ken

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