1. What do you think is the most unique thing about your generation?
That we accept the egoistic economical/financial attitude of the younger generation.
We paid benefits for our parents, they paid for their parents. That's how it's done.
But this generation just refuses, so when we're old we have worked hard and have nothing.
2. Do you speak out as often as you should?
Most of the time, yes.
3. How often are you tough and unreasonable?
Not often, but a bit more when dealing with the paper.
4. Do you believe that sometimes you learn more from a failure than a success?
Yes, I do.
So I hope I've graduated in life by now.
5. Do you feel that you always have to win?
Not at all. I have to do all I can.
6. Do you think tradition matters?
7. Do you tend to root for the underdog?
8. Have you ever felt that you want to exceed your parents’ successes?
No, not really. I'm completely different.
9. Of all the cartoon characters that you know of, which is most like you?
Dunno, I hate cartoons.
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