Street Talk 10.25.12 (asked @ Coffee Mia in Marina.)
What was your strangest talent As a kid?
Thursday, October 25, 2012
Follow-up: What did you want to be when you grew up?
TIM LEDESMA | Contractor | Marina
A: I could fix anything. I fixed radios, bicycles at age 10. And I still fix things. I am called the fixer, that’s my name!
Talk to the Boss: I wanted to be self-employed because I didn’t like people telling me what to do.
CAITLIN BEL | Student | Marina
A: I had a magic thumb that could make the walk sign on the stop lights change faster. Now, I’m really good at remembering movies.
Family Instinct: A nurse, because my mom is and I thought she was awesome. She’s still awesome.
DARRYL NEWHOUSE | Reverend | Marina
A: As a kid I was an entrepreneur. I picked plants and sold them. No other kids did that.
Bang: A cop. I passed the physical and written tests. The last part was the interview. I gave an answer they didn’t want to hear [related to] the civil rights movement.