Charlie Woodson: The Perception Of Aging

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Before we begin, I would like to take the time out to express how happy I am about the person I interviewed. Coming into the interview, my tour guide expressed to me "that he is a pervert, and he can be a little mean/rude." After her telling me that, I immediately became a little nervous. Why? Because I came into this situation with the perception of trying to avoid someone of this nature. Turns out that my tour guide didn't do such a good job of explaining this guy. Him and I connected extremely well! And I was overwhelmed with joy, and so happy that we did. So, let's begin!
The man I had the privilege of interviewing name was Charlie Woodson. Mr. Woodson was a perfect gentleman to interview, I feel this way because he was one of many that wanted me to give him an interview. The other elders weren't too big on being interviewed by a college student. It was interesting on what he identified ethic’s as, and that was "No ethics, no nothing, big on ethics." He also satiated that " whether people want to admit it or not, we all have to experience ethnically sooner or later, therefore
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This so happen to be the case because I got a chance to gain a better understanding of how someone of a different race views aging. Not only that, but it allowed me to think about it. Interviewing Mr. Woodson allowed me to realize that there will come a time where everyone must change. He allowed me to become more comfortable with it, especially because he is just so at ease with it. Coming into this interview, I only had the way I views aging. Coming out of this interview made me understand that it's more to aging than just getting up and age. He broke the false accusations about aging people becoming mean when they continue to age. Very sweet guy, still manages to have fun, and always continue to keep God first. In closing, I had a blast with Mr. Woodson. By the way he was a bit camera shy, so that's why I don't have a picture of
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