A Philosophy of Purchasing

The mere fact that something costs more does not give us any reason to regard it with wonder. I am not impressed by the fact that some people spend 300 dollars on a pair of shoes or 100 dollars on a polo shirt. When purchasing things, I value practicality, sturdy construction, and the highest quality for the lowest possible price and environmental impact. The thing itself matters, not the brand name attached to it.

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