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Old 08-04-12, 08:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Doug64 View Post
I'll keep this post short. I'm typing with one hand. Between my right forearm and right knee I have about 2 dozen sutures from a bike crash last Thursday. I would point out the merits of wearing a helmet, but I don't want to get too far OT or start a helmet vs non-helmet discussion. Damn road bike anyway
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Ouch. Hope the bike is okay

Well and you are on the road to recovery as well

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Old 08-04-12, 09:12 PM
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Originally posted by me
Some of the discussion on this thread reminds me of a qoute I heard (not referring to Tourist in MSN's post above) .

Narcissim of small differences--- "The need to distiguish oneself by minute shadings and to insist with outsized militancey, on the importance of those shadings".
I owe the folks on this thread an apology. When I went back to review the posts to make sure I read what I thought I read, the posts triggering this comment could not be found. I checked similar threads that I may have confused with with this one, but nothing like I remembered.

My comment was inappropriate for the posts currently in this thread.
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Old 12-11-12, 12:36 AM
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The neoprene sleeves are still working well. And I'm still using mine as a mouse pad when it is not on the computer.
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Old 12-11-12, 03:54 PM
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I must say I ended up buying one before I left for my trip, pretty much a dry trip, to the midwest back in August. I have used mine quite a bit, more so here around NH then on the bike trip. I always kept the laptop in the sleeve but since it was dry all but two days of the trip it never really got tested. I've been out in rain and snow since I got back and it always seems to work well. I always, rain or shine, keep my laptop in leaf/trash bag just in case and when I know its going to be raining then I pull out and use the neoprene sleeve. It's a great idea for protection.
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Old 12-11-12, 08:13 PM
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The neoprene sleeves are still working well. And I'm still using mine as a mouse pad when it is not on the computer
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dual use is always a winner
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