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A disconcerting part of our existence involves the relocation of stuff from one place to another. Think about it: Ugh the caveman spent his days moving woolly mammoth rugs and saber-tooth tiger steaks from one cave to another. The ancient Egyptians lugged their stone stuff from the quarries and organized it into ginormous piles. 19th century Americans built railroads across the vast prairies so that they could move stuff to and from California (sometimes we wonder whether that was a good idea or not. So do the Californians).

You proudly carry on this tradition, albeit on a slightly smaller scale. You just need to schlep some books, groceries, and/or baby accouterments to the bus stop and back. So here's a bag that celebrates our elemental need to move stuff, by using the elemental symbols from the periodic table of elements to spell out "stuff". Impress your fellow nerdy, geeky or scientific friends with your command of the elements. And of your unusual combination of Antimony, Uranium, and Iron.

On a more serious note, this is a rockin' good bag even without the cool logo. Lots of pockets, sturdy handles, and a pleated bottom so it doesn't fall over when you set it down. You'll be impressed.

600 denier polyester
Large main section with small interior self-fabric pockets
Left outside pocket
Nylon web handles
Dimensions: 12h x 14w x 6.5d

Also available in red ( picture 2):

http://www.etsy.com/listing/91451306/tote-bag-periodic-table-elements

Note to Purists: the more chemically-inclined of you are probably ready to call us out on the element "St". "There is no element 'St'! ", we hear you cry. You would be correct in saying there is no element "St".

But there was... prior to the pioneering work of Jöns Jakob Berzelius in the 18th century, antimony (current symbol "Sb") was commonly abbreviated "St", from the Greek "στἰβι stibi". So there.

© 2011 Original design by Cindy Green which is exclusive to Yellow Bug Boutique. All rights reserved. Unauthorized reproductions prohibited.
Randy and Cindy Green

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