Oh really? This sounds interesting. I have a good question. It’s a serious one too and I think you should ask it. The question goes something like this. During early 1700s and well into the founding of America, the found fathers were against class systems and class divisions. If a young person was born into a family of farmers, then they were destine to be a farmer. If a person was born to a family of shoe makers, then they were destine to be shoe maker. Meaning opportunity was based on who you know or the class of people you associated with and it was limited to family or friends. Not what you know, or how much of a contributing factor someone could be to the success of a team based on their skills or talents. The founding fathers thought everyone should have an equal opportunity to seek their own dreams and aspirations regardless of their background of wealth or class society placed them in. Needless to say our country has fallen back into a class system, with class divisions of wealth and income or the types of work people should do based on a certain income bracket or age. Do you think there is a way to bridge this divide (or do away with it) and allow everyone to be given an equal opportunity? What are your criteria for success and how you plan to implement those plans?