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November 14, 2005
The chair that thieves love to hate
Imagine this scenario: you're just settling down for a nice champagne (or mimosa) brunch at an outdoor cafe on the Upper West Side and you put your bag down - just for an instant - on the chair next to you. Unfortunately, the "chair next to you" also happened to be facing the street and a thief has been keeping a wary eye on that very seat for the past 30 minutes. Faster than you can say, "Waiter, check please," the thief has snatched and grabbed your bag, and you're left looking like a fool. Here's a way to prevent that type of scenario: BoingBoing (via Flickr) has a picture of a chair at MOMA that "keeps your bag safe."
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