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November 01, 2009



I believe if the general public is to see the 'inner cities' saved, then we need to assist those neighborhood youth rectify places of businesses within their minority neighborhoods. My belief is that we don't need every young person to create a fancy technology project, but a credible opportunity that can employ individuals of all talents. Thus, an individual that enjoys working with his/her hands, instead of slaving over a desk can develop a landscaping company or painting business. Whilst I enjoy high-tech products, there are so many simple and much-needed services that need to be developed and/or offered for everyday living. A recent example of a simple product is Soy-yer Dough, a gluten-free dough for young students. It was a very simple product - not too scientific - but it can give several people employment.

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