Why is it that at library conferences where attendees are given free totebags, people come with totebags from other conferences? Is it so easy to form a sentimental attachment to a square bit of canvas with handles and an Internet Librarian 2000 logo? Or a giant totebag advertising an OPAC that no longer exists? Why must the totebag appear again many years later? Is it some form of karmic retribution? Or is it a way of appearing like a chic, seasoned information professional?