@Kidsandliz@macromeh@rpstrong Pro tip: If possible, place “the problem” in a large chest freezer, carefully positioning parts to be chopped off for easy access. Once the problem is thoroughly frozen, use a skill saw or other electric saw of your choosing with a coarse blade. Cut the problem into manageable pieces, (avoid organs, entrails, intestines, etc.) and immediately place in 3-5 mil plastic bags. Once the problem is reduced to manageable sizes, place individually segmented portions in the meh split and roller duffel and off you go to the land fill, off-shore deep water area (thanks Dexter) or other conveniently located disposal site. If you’re timely about it, the problem can be disposed of before thawing and subsequent liquid spills occur.
@accelerator@macromeh@rpstrong Wait wait wait - wasn’t it Matt who ran a series of videos on maggots? Seems to me the better part of wisdom is to start with the application of maggots. Bones only would take up less space. Heck you might even be able to sell said bones just prior to halloween and then wouldn’t even need to buy a duffle bag.
With this deal it’s in the bag!
Bag starting to sag?
I think it’s because of the Panama Papers have you ever heard of them? It’s an interesting story that involves “the foreigner”. A bunch of rich assholes hid tremendous amounts of money in a country called Panama (No not PanAm airlines). Then they put a hit out on a journalist in Malta and got it done quick.
It really is a story of corruption and it’s very distressing I worked for a company I suspect is hiding money in the USA. I just think the Panama papers should be more than a footnote.
The SMALL version of this duffel bag is 40L. That’s carry-on size. The Large and XL size are almost large enough to live in. The MEDIUM Incase TRACTO Roller Duffel is the largest that can be carried on international flights…
@dvermillion I like the regular duffel that I bought a year ago. It is very firm and fights to hold its shape. It is not a “plain old fabric” duffel. And the backpack feature is great too. But darn it, I hate that I missed this silly deal!