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  • otus - I had used a Jandd Hurricane for the better part of a decade

    I had used a Jandd Hurricane for the better part of a decade, but with its clips broken, its velcro no longer sticky, and its cordura fraying, it was time for a replacement. Since I'm on a budget, the custom, US-made bags (as nice as they are), are not really an option for me. That's why Jandd, Banjo Brothers, and Timbuk2 are cheaper: outsource the labor to Mexico (Jandd) or China (the others I mention). First I tried a Banjo Brothers bag (their largest I think), but it arrived with a serious sewing defect. Amazon was good about taking it back. Then I ordered this Timbuk2 Classic Messenger Bag 2014 Large, and it really fits the bill as a carry-all. I use it now more as a casual and larger briefcase alternative rather than a true bike bag, but years ago I did work as a NYC courier, and I would have been thrilled with this bag back then too. The fabric is strong, and reasonably water resistant (though I would not describe it as truly waterproof). The clips and straps are all easy to reach and use. The diversity of open and zippered pockets afford a lot of capacity and utility. I routinely carry keys, medications, reading materials, note pads, pens, markers, lip balm, a small flashlight, a multitool, and I-pad, a water bottle, etc. This bag can haul it.

  • LEGALIZE IT - feels really great on the wrist

    feels really great on the wrist, but it slows down mouse accuracy. basically its not swift like gaming mouse pads... so if you are looking to game on it accurately and with speed, look elsewhere. however for everyday use its awesome.

  • N. Merlo - Yes, but ...

    I agree with what some of the other folks who did not give this book a 5-star rating had to say; HOWEVER, the principles at the heart of this book are priceless for us all. YES, the book is not very well thought out, it's structure leaves much to be desired, the graphic of the eating plan is a disgrace, there are a lot of details that simply are not there and the author does leave you with a lot of questions ... BUT, the idea of the good bacteria vs. bad bacteria that lives in our gut is right on and I guarantee you can be free of a plethora of different symptoms should you choose to follow the few simple principles in this book. Now, as far as the author constantly pitching her products goes (and boy does she) you need to look past that; think of it as her just helping you along with a one-stop shopping site to get you started eating this way ... hey, a girl has to make a buck - let's not hold this against her. I started out ordering some of her products at the get-go because I was so excited about the diet that I wanted to start a.s.a.p. but later on you can shop around and find similar products elsewhere if that makes you feel any better. Although, the products from her site are good quality and there isn't anything wrong with them, so really ... it's not that big a deal that she pitches them as much as she does.

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    this is a very delicious drink with mango juice combined and so easy to take.I will be ordering this again and again. thank you

  • Roger V. Meeker - Where's Game 6, guys ... Come on!

    Sorry, but anyone labeling Joe Buck and Tim McCarver as Yankee and Red Sox apologists need to rethink their viewpoints. You may not care for their commentary - although I personally believe they're two of the very best in the business - but an "anti-Cardinal bias"? Say what? Anyone even mildly knowledgeable about the organization knows that they are both about as deeply rooted in St. Louis and Redbird history as one could imagine.