Wishful thinking is definitely my gift. I have big hopes and big dreams. I imagine starting my own video game company and producing blockbuster games for world-wide distribution. Becoming a multi-millionaire is my ultimate goal; whether I get it through lottery or pure skills. When I make it big, my parents will get half of my fortunes as they deserve it more than I do. The rest of my family will get some as well. My low-budget college will get a big chunk of my success just by association. It was only a year ago that our Computer Science Department were finally able to get new computers for our labs. It was pathetic when I first came in and all the computers were Pentium 100 mhz with freakingly slow harddrives that took forever to load a single program. It's no secret that people who never went to Ivy league schools aren't expected to find cures for diseases or win a Nobel Piece Prize or be the next Bill Gates. When a break-through news comes up it's always someone from Yale, or Harvard, or Princeton. Just to go against the grain, I want to prove everyone wrong; you don't have to go to a high-profile school in order to be successful and get world recognition.