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I needed a bigger bag than the one I had on me to carry all my finds from that days thrifting adventure home. I grabbed this one out of a fresh bin for $6. It was in rough condition when I found it, but I came to like the design/color and shape of it, so I removed all the broken plastic pieces and gave it a good wash and now its pretty perfect. I need to snap an "after pic". No idea on the maker and theres no tags. Anyone have an idea?
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It's all different expressions of fatalism.It's fascinating how different instincts kick in during a dystopian scenario. Apparently, a lot of us will stock up on necessities and try to gain weight - ostensibly in an effort to forestall future shortages of food and asswipery. Others will drain their bank accounts and adorn themselves in ever more lavish splendour, probably designed to intimidate the smaller people and discourage intruders on their territory.
I hate them too but they are fine to kickaround inI hate quartz watches. I'm trying to break the one I have, and so far it's taking a while.