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Life is a series of decisions. Sometimes, we come to forks in the proverbial road, like that Robert Frost poem about hiking. It's at those times that we most need a guide, an existential sherpa if you will, to help us in the process of life-orienteering. Right now, I am that sherpa. Ponder this query: would you prefer to own the above Kånken bag (available from Oi Polloi in leaf green/burnt orange and air blue) from Swedish brand Fjällräven or some similarly priced artwork from infamous American serial killer John Wayne Gacy? If you answered "Probably the backpack", then you might like to know that the Kånken was originally designed for Swedish school children in 1978. I happen to have one myself and can vouch for its greatness. If you answered "Gacy, natch", then please run-don't-walk to the nearest mental health institution or police station. This, dear reader, is exactly why we all need a sherpa.
P.S. Do not buy anything produced by a serial killer. It's not a good look. Just consider it a self-imposed 'Son of Sam' law.
P.P.S. Click "Read More" to view a slideshow of some of Gacy's work, including Elvis and sad Hitler. Just know that if you do click through, you are, in all likelihood, a sick weirdo.
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