A Completely Linear Relationship

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7 comments on A Completely Linear Relationship

  1. Bill says:

    hahaha, amen. Thanks for visiting the students @ JMU 8hrs south of Albany… They really enjoyed your talked, still getting positive feedback about how uplifting it was =)

  2. TIm says:

    I totally agree, I schedule my life around not dealing with heavy traffic. I was stuck in some moderate traffic on Tuesday, for about 15 minutes, I honestly have no clue how sane people deal with it.

    • Adam McFarland says:

      Totally the same Tim. I make it a point to do all of my shopping on off hours like weekday mornings. I almost never go out during rush hour. I’m not a big fan of the fact that I have to commute into the warehouse 3 days a week, but I’ve found a route that keeps me on back roads and I see little traffic so it isn’t that bad.

      I have no clue how people have long commutes without going insane. In CT I had one of those 15 minute commutes that took 45 minutes because I95 was a nightmare. Was one of the most miserable parts of my day.

      Btw, what prompted this post wasn’t even that bad. It wasn’t the 20+ hours of driving I did a few weekends ago when I went to JMU and DC. It was just driving out to lunch with my girlfriend in Troy, then dropping her at the Albany train station for her weekend trip to NYC, and then driving back to my apt. Only about an hour of time in the car, but on a Friday afternoon people were ruthless. Stresses me out just thinking about it!

  3. paoix says:

    hey dude! how’s business going? gearing up for the holiday season? what are the projections like?

    • Adam McFarland says:

      What’s up Paolo! We’re hoping for a big holiday season. All signs point up, but you’re never quite sure until it gets rolling. Our first sale is this weekend and it’s been going good so far.

      Sometime soon we should try to get together. Let me know if you’ll be in the area…if not I don’t mind heading down to NYC for a day.

  4. […] term, I’ve always wanted to settle in an area where I don’t need to drive my car much. I detest driving. Personally, it’s something I’d rather not do on a daily basis. I’d like to be […]

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