Scipio-I could not agree more! If you have any goal in life, (like getting your degree finally), or a deep interest in something, you should not give up on that just because you have been told you will get something when someone dies. You never know what is factual in being told that, or that there will even be anything left in the end. Wills are very easy to change. I am speaking of someone who is attaching themselve to people whom could not be more different than them and is playing a game of I will tell you what you want to hear, do what you want me to do and act like "I am not interested in your money, in fact I am really interested in YOU," when in fact they do not care much for these "rich" people, they will do what it takes to get in the will so they can one day say, "See I told you I would become a millionaire by the time I was 25-30," when in fact they leave out the part that they didn't actually EARN the money with physical talent and skill, only with verbal games and false pleasing. That is not retired, and why fake who you are and get people to believe in your saying you retired early through hard work and skill, just to be the center of attention to those who would like to do the same. This person has talent and is gifted, both in the craft of programming/gaming and major deception within their game of life. I'd love some more feedback, thoughts about this type of person.