east-coast-thoughts said: I think instead of getting the Barbour coat I'm going to get the L.L. Bean coat you suggested to talknautitome because it's just more affordable at the moment, but thank you for your help! I plan on saving up for a Barbour coat and I love the suggestion you gave, but thanks again have a nice day Dean :)
I think that’s a great idea. For those who are also looking for a budget friendly alternative to a Barbour, check out the “Quilted Riding Jacket" by LL Bean.
Anonymous said: I was drunk and I had a one night stand. Now I'm feeling horrible and pretty disgusted at myself. Do you think I'm a bad person?
I definitely don’t think you’re a bad person. We all have moments of lapsed judgement that occur for a variety of different reasons. Instead of having regrets, try and take something positive away. Whether it be a personal pledge to stay within your consumption limits or simply to try to prevent yourself from ending in the situation again, there’s always something to be learned from those less-than-proud moments.
The point is, you’re still a good person. Remember, perfection is something that only exists in fiction.
classicprepprobs said: Hi. Random question. What made you decide to buy an iPad when it first came out and what put you against it now? Have you ever thought of getting a new one? I'm not sure for your major but for my major I wouldn't be able to get through school without one. Maybe now that they have added new features you can get more use out of it. I highly, HIGHLY recommend it.
Well, when I first got an iPad I was 16 so it was probably the “cool” factor that made me want to get one. Now, it really doesn’t serve a purpose unless I’ve traveling on long-haul flights. For me, I would much rather use my computer than cellphone/iPad because I can type faster and do more things at one.
All in all, if an iPad is helping you move forward with school/work, then more power to you!