speedybookworm5 karma2014-06-05 13:56:20 UTC
I know that you said that if you weren't racing, you were thinking about going to college for engineering. What type of engineering would you have wanted to go into? Would you have considered something like aeronautical engineering or just stick strictly to mechanical so you could work in racing?
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speedybookworm5 karma2014-06-05 14:42:54 UTC
you know, I'd be over at Aaron's all the time buying stuff if you did that champagne thing. Make it happen!
speedybookworm3 karma2014-06-05 13:46:07 UTC
Thank you for doing this, Brian. My birthday is next week, so this feels like an early birthday present for me. I have a few questions.
If you were in world war two, what would you do? Would you pick a certain job or field? Do you have any current pets? Do you still have your cat? I know that you said that Audrey Hepburn is a celebrity crush of yours. Do you like her movies or just her looks? What's the most important thing in your life? Has your ADD ever affected your performance in the race car?
speedybookworm2 karma2014-08-31 06:26:11 UTC
Thanks for answering questions. I basically have the same job, except I'm only on a PRN basis in the ER, so I understand a lot of what you're talking about. I want thank you for trying to answer questions as honestly as possible. There are a lot of misconceptions about mental health and it's nice to see someone trying to answer people's questions seriously.
To get to my actual question, what do you think is the biggest misconception that people have about the mentally ill? Do you find that some patients have misconceptions about other's illnesses? What do the staff do to help discourage these?
speedybookworm2 karma2014-06-05 14:07:17 UTC
If you had only one book to read for the rest of your life, which would you choose and why?
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