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Marzet – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

Marzet – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

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Education. Well a lot of children where I'm from, they don't really see education as an option. I mean, they have no clue that it's about everything in today's society. Sooner or later, you're going to need a master's degree j... Show More

Education. Well a lot of children where I'm from, they don't really see education as an option. I mean, they have no clue that it's about everything in today's society. Sooner or later, you're going to need a master's degree just to work at McDonalds, you know. But, as I, the lack of education that I got when I was a kid is affecting me now. And, I'm by no, by no means; I'm not stupid at all. The things is, certain things I didn't learn when I was a kid, like math. As I got older, and I wanted to go to college, English, I got straight through, but math, I had to take, like, eighth grade math, things like that. It was just, it was just more, more time than I really wanted to give it in, you know, at that point. And, I wanted to go to college, but it kind of setting me back knowing that I have to take all these extra classes just to get to a point that I'm already supposed to be if I would have just learned when I was a kid.

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Marzet – What’s your number-one day-to-day living problem?

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Injured in 1996 at age 15, paraplegic
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Education. Well a lot of children where I'm from, they don't really see education as an option. I mean, they have no clue that it's about everything in today's society. Sooner or later, you're going to need a master's degree just to work at McDonalds, you know. But, as I, the lack of education that I got when I was a kid is affecting me now. And, I'm by no, by no means; I'm not stupid at all. The things is, certain things I didn't learn when I was a kid, like math. As I got older, and I wanted to go to college, English, I got straight through, but math, I had to take, like, eighth grade math, things like that. It was just, it was just more, more time than I really wanted to give it in, you know, at that point. And, I wanted to go to college, but it kind of setting me back knowing that I have to take all these extra classes just to get to a point that I'm already supposed to be if I would have just learned when I was a kid.

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