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Old Thu Mar 24, 2005, 03:57pm
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I know we've talked about this a million times, but I'm bored!

Anyways, I am now using the Samsonite Ultra 3000 XLT Expandable 24" & Samsonite Ultra 3000 XLT Tote. Anyone else using this or what are you using?
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Old Thu Mar 24, 2005, 04:03pm
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tjones: Bored ain't the word. You know that is gonna start a ton of responses and debate. I bet there are as many as 30 responses and debates about what is better. May even spark the Official Choice debate again. Since I am responding, I throw all my gear in a local supermarket grocery bag ( I prefer Walmart's brand) and tie it to the end of a limb from the many pine trees in my yard!
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Old Thu Mar 24, 2005, 04:06pm
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I started with an older racquetball tourney bag for FB last year which finally gave out. Then switched to a small Polo Sport Bag which came with a bottle of Polo cologne.

For the next FB season I'm torn between the R25 and R30 from +pos. One seems a bit small while the other seems a bit large.

btw, I'm bored too...
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Old Thu Mar 24, 2005, 04:19pm
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bored here also

I have tried the walmart bags before and I prefer the Target bags. They seem to be a lot more durable than the standard Walmart bags. I usually use 3 of them. I put one shoe in their own bag and then my extra clothes in another. It works well for me. I always prefer to keep my shoes in seperate bags so that they don't get scuffed up by rubbing against each other.
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Old Thu Mar 24, 2005, 04:28pm
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Then switched to a small Polo Sport Bag which came with a bottle of Polo cologne.
Did you put it on before you went out onto the court?!
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Old Thu Mar 24, 2005, 04:37pm
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I use a custom designed bag by Yves St. Laurent. It's made out of baby harp seal pelts and is diamond encrusted. I once had it blessed with holy Gatorade by Earl Strom. It doesn't need wheels because of the anti-gravity device.

If I ever get strapped for cash, I might sell it on ebay along with my autographed Billy Packer dartboard.


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Old Thu Mar 24, 2005, 04:47pm
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Oh man, this is a whole new topic. There's one dude in our association that stinks up the whole dressing room with that $hit when he's gettin ready for a game.
Which reminds me about men's league the other night. Lucky for me I was wearing my glasses instead of contacts as there was so much Ben Gay in the air it was not only difficult to breathe - my eye's were burning!
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Old Thu Mar 24, 2005, 07:49pm
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I prefer the plastic bags from Kroger's myself.

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Old Thu Mar 24, 2005, 08:03pm
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I need to get a new gear bag I'm thinking.
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Old Thu Mar 24, 2005, 08:25pm
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I have the medium size gear bag from Under Armor. I have used several time and really like it. The zipper broke but UA is replacing the bag under warranty
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Old Thu Mar 24, 2005, 08:54pm
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by tjones1
[B]I know we've talked about this a million times, but I'm bored!

I think you've been bored for awhile Tanner. Over 1000 posts since October!!
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Old Thu Mar 24, 2005, 09:05pm
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by mj
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Originally posted by tjones1
I know we've talked about this a million times, but I'm bored!

I think you've been bored for awhile Tanner. Over 1000 posts since October!!
Do I know you...you seem to know me!? Well, while that's true, I could carless about the number of posts I've got, I'm on here everyday after I get done with my classes just to have fun and learn whatever I can. Basically, I've got nothing better to do.

[Edited by tjones1 on Mar 24th, 2005 at 09:13 PM]
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Old Thu Mar 24, 2005, 10:16pm
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I use a certain type of large box so that if something happens to me on the court, they can ship me back in it. It's all prepaid, ready to go.
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Old Fri Mar 25, 2005, 08:37am
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Well, while that's true, I could carless about the number of posts I've got, I'm on here everyday after I get done with my classes just to have fun and learn whatever I can. Basically, I've got nothing better to do.

[Edited by tjones1 on Mar 24th, 2005 at 09:13 PM]
If you had a car, you'd have something better to do.

Grocery Clerk: "Carry your bag, sir?"

Me: "No, that's okay. She can walk."

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Old Fri Mar 25, 2005, 09:56am
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by tjones1
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I know we've talked about this a million times, but I'm bored!

I think you've been bored for awhile Tanner. Over 1000 posts since October!!
Do I know you...you seem to know me!? Well, while that's true, I could carless about the number of posts I've got, I'm on here everyday after I get done with my classes just to have fun and learn whatever I can. Basically, I've got nothing better to do.

[Edited by tjones1 on Mar 24th, 2005 at 09:13 PM]
I'm sure you don't know me. I don't post that often but I'm on here daily so I know your first name.
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