Bachelor’s degree in Finance from Morehouse College
I’m not sure if my answer to this question qualifies as an actual restaurant, but my favorite place to eat is Maxwell Street Polish. My affinity with this place goes back to when I was a young child. My grandfather used to always bring me to get a Polish Sausage from here. We would stand outside on the curb and eat them so as to not drip any mustard or onions in the car. My grandfather always brought breath mints. We never told my family where we were going and the onion breath would have been a dead giveaway. It’s one on my fondest memories of my grandfather and the city of Chicago.
Provided that this day off is during fairly warm weather, I would spend it at the golf course. I have been golfing since the age of 12. To me golf is a great way to spend time outside, get some exercise, and spend time with friends. The way I play, my score is not the main attraction.
I have a little conflict with this question. I was born on the south side of Chicago which makes me a Sox fan be default. I did however grow up in Minneapolis since the age of five, which means I grew up watching Minnesota sports teams (Twins, Vikings, Timberwolves, North Stars/Wild). Now that I’m back in Chicago I’m conflicted. Can a man have room in his heart for two cities sports teams?
I spent the last five years living in New York City, so let me say this….Chicago has the best pizza and hot dogs. To me there is no comparison. I love food so that means I’m a fan of pizza and hot dogs, but Chicago style is the only way to go. New Yorkers want to get their food and eat on the run (i.e, foldable pizza slices). Chicagoans want a good sit down meal (i.e., deep dish).
Social justice to me means that everyone should have an equal opportunity for greatness. It should not matter where you were born, or what your parents do for a living. By virtue of being a part of the makeup of the USA, every person should have a chance to contribute something meaningful to the success of our nation. I feel there are too many people being shut out from these opportunities based on circumstances that are out of their control.
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