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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Mysteries at the Messenger Bag Tonight on Mysteries at the Messenger Bag, what secrets are held in this Chicago Blackhawks Prospect Messenger Bag? Host: In sleepy Champaign Illinois, everything seems normal, so why is this bag so Cool? Historian: It's about 15 inches long, about 5 inches deep, and 11 and a half inches high. (video of the bag). Historian: It's a very interesting story of how he got this bag. Host: from delivery setbacks to being delivered to probably the wrong house, this bag has seen the world. Historian: The bag was being delivered, it left Morton, Il, went to Chicago, then to Champaign, then for some inexplicable reason to Indianapolis. Then it came back to Urbana, and was set to be delivered on a Saturday. Host: But when the mail came on Saturday, the bag... was no where to be found. Historian: All he got that day were 3 pieces of junk mail. Host: Junk mail, but not a bag in sight. Historian: He had all but given up hope on getting the bag, but then on Tuesday, it arrived. Host: The bag showed up, and all was well... or so he thought. Historian: It's actually bigger than he had expected. Host: Bigger isn't always a good thing. Historian: In this case it was a good thing. Host: Or so he thought. Historian: no, seriously what's with your commentary? Host: witticisms? Historian: well, he named the bag. He calls it "the colonel" Host: he calls it the colonel Historian: yeah, that's what I just said. The full name is Colonel Oliver Stormy. Host: Colonel Oliver Stormy. Historian: yeah. Col. O. Stormy. Because it will always be by his side, and full of his stuff. In it now is a Steve Corino ECW action figure, some yo-yo's, some bean bags for juggling, sunglasses, eyeglass cleaner, some notepads, pens, sharpies, all his name tags and buttons for the work he does at various places, and tons of other stuff. Host: literally tons of stuff. Historian: no NOT LITTERALLY TONS OF STUFF!!! but there's a bunch of stuff. Heck, there's even a padded front and middle section, as though this was made for carrying a laptop as well. And with the size of the bag, you could fit a relatively large laptop in it as well. Host: uh... Historian: It's a very thick canvas, and has metal attachments. Some people thought they might be plastic painted to look metal, but these are full metal, nothing cheap about it. Host: ... Historian: So, yeah, he really likes this bag. Host: that's all for tonight at mysteries at the messenger bag.
Date published: 2016-03-23
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