This interview is with my teen son, a computer geek and my best friend!
What is your favorite subject in school and why?
Son- “Probably Civics, because it is interesting to learn how our country was formed and the changes it has gone through in only 200 years.
What is your favorite video game and why?
Son- “Minecraft- because it is to easy to customize. It is never-ending, you can customize, design, even create animations for it. There is always something new you can add. It doesn’t have “levels’ and such like old video games had.”
Who is the person you admire most in business? Why?
Son: “Steve Jobs, because no matter how many struggles he went through, he always kept going, never let himself feel defeated, even in death.”
Who is your favorite music group?
Son: “That’s very hard-I’d say it is a music distributor called Proximity. They distribute smaller artist and helped them gain popularity.”
What are your ambitions for the next five years?
Son: “I’d like to learn to code all kinds of computer programs and create animations using all kinds of programs.”
How do you plan to use these things to make a career for yourself?
Son: “I plan on going to go to college for Computer Engineering and I hope to create animations for a side job.”
Do you get along well with your siblings?
Son: “ Yes, we connect, have fun, socialize. I am the youngest, so I learn a lot from them.”
Do you get along well with your peers? Older people/ Little kids?
Son: “Peers-yes, we don’t disrespect each other, we find ways to socialize and help each other.”
“ Older people-yes, because the have experience and are a great source of knowledge. I love to hear their life stories.”
“Little kids-most of the time, I can find ways to mess with them, play with them. I have little nephews and nieces I have had to learn to entertain them and laugh at the way they see things and express themselves.”
What do do think our societies main issues should be right now?
Son: “Figuring out a way for Republicans and Democrats to agree on something and stop acting like preschoolers.”
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