Show him that he can both, launch a new youtube channel, and be serious in school. If he makes it big, then he can reevaluate schooling. Just don't approach it like an old guy trying to lecture this kid. If it helps, message some big youtubers that he watches/looks up to and I'm sure they'll tell him not to quit school. He may respect it more coming from them.
I don't really care if my opinion matters on a grand scale, like everyone needs to know that I hate Destiny or something. But I'll still comment on it, because why the hell not. Opinion in everyday life does matter however, in work, social relationships, and what not.
Well, that went about as expected. I'm trying to look at this season objectively and give it it's fair shot, but I leave it with a big sense that I wasted my time trying to get into it. Wasn't satisfying at all in my opinion. But then again, I didn't really enjoy any of the episodes this season.
Who was the old guy that bike cop met in the tunnels? Was I supposed to recognize him?
That's Holloway, the Vinci Chief of Police and one of the dirty cops (along with Burris - the shooter at the end of Episode 7) who very probably robbed the jewelry store for the blue diamonds in 1992. You've seen him when Velcoro was getting yelled at about the investigation early on and Velcoro's dad talked about him and when he left LAPD for Vinci. Someone - probably Burris - was tailing Woodrugh (bikecop) and saw Woodrugh looking at the old records that helped connect Holloway to the robbery, thus the "You've been looking for information about me, son," introduction.
This helped a lot, thanks!
I'm finding this season really hard to follow for some reason.
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