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For my semester grade I interviewed a five-year-old a twenty-four year old and a fifty-year-old It is remarkable how much the gap between generations has an effect on the way children today are The five-year-old girl that I interviewed Cat was a pleasure to talk to She aspires to be a movie star when she gets older She loves to dance and is especially good at singing She is involved in a church organization dances a dance studio and loves to go to school She is so enthusiastic and loves to do everything that makes her happy Cat hardly ever gets frustrated and sets her mind to do whatever she pleases I believe she will succeed at whatever possible when she grows older She is so strong minded and does not let anything stand in the way She is truly the path to our future of young people Cat is the type of girl I wish I was when I was that age He peers love and respect her even though she is only five The twenty-four-year-old Dog is the type of person we today like to call an over-achiever He is a college student in another town president of the student body double majoring in Computer Science and Business a church goer and a father to a five-year-old He would someday like to own his own software company and give his son the life he always wanted Right now he is struggling to pay for college and day-care because he has a low paying managerial job at Whata-Burger but I believe he is going to succeed in his life H He loves his life and would never change it for anything His love for his son is strong and has always been great I believe just by being the person he is he is the most wonderful part of his sons life and between both of them their lives are going to
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