Timbuk2 Designs Command Messenger and Backpacks

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MSRP : $129.95

Product Description

The classy nylon fabric and arresting anodized hardware on the sophisticated Timbuk2 Command Messenger Bag are guaranteed to draw admiring stares at the line in airport security. They'd better look fast, though; thanks to the Command's easy-on, easy-off Tru-Fit cam and an external laptop compartment that enables you to pass through security without removing the computer from the bag, you'll slide through the TSA checkpoint faster than greased lightning.

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Command and Control - interesting read

I'm reading "Command and Control: Nuclear Weapons, the Damascus Accident, and the Illusion of Safety" [url]http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/15/books/review/command-and-control-by-eric-schlosser.html?_r=0[/url] this is a very interesting read and honestly, it paints a pretty crazy picture. the US ... Read More »

HELP I need a command and control center

Better known as a recliner for the family room. My bride and I are having different ideas of what the new recliner should look like. I want a command and control center complete with cup holder, computer holder, magazine rack, remote storage, etc. She wants a recliner that looks the least offen ... Read More »

by-passing the chain of command

we have very serious operational needs that aren't being met; our SAN project has stalled because we are out of space - an additional 12TB was supposed to be purchased this fiscal year, but,well, that didn't happen. we have to replace all the domain controllers in the field - they are out of war ... Read More »

Atiyah Abd al-Rahman Dead: Al Qaeda Second In Command Killed In Pakistan

How many Al Qaeda No. 2 guys have we killed now? Is 72 virgins in paradise still the going rate for Al Qaeda golden parachutes? [url=http://www.cbsnews.com/stories/2011/08/27/501364/main20098271.shtml]Al Qaeda's No. 2 killed in Pakistan - CBS News[/url]Read More »

Another NATO in command story

This illustrates why America should never enter into an alliance if we deem intervention is necessary. Isn't this what happened in Bosnia, sitting around arguing politics and procrastinating while genocide took place? I don't think Libya is even close to Bosnia, libya is a civil war and we picked a ... Read More »

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