try to Avoid Errors

    || die "Oh noes!  ", $tt3->error;
Thus Spake Andy:

If you don't like things throwing errors you can use the try method to catch them for you (or you can use your own eval wrapper, but this is a little easier and neater). This catches any exception thrown and returns undef. You can inspect the error by calling the error() method. The try() method is provided by the Badger::Base base class so it's available on all objects and can be used to prefix any method call.