What's the first thing you notice about people?
"Their face. What I notice is if they look mad or upset or happy because I don't really want to associate with people that are mad the first time I meet them. I want them to be happy when I meet them to have a good impression."
What's your earliest memory?
"Walking to the post office with my mom. I just remember the mailbox."
What's one of the strangest things you've ever done?
"Probably when I was in college, right before the start of Spring Break my junior or senior year. I wore a pair of Depends, put on some fake glasses, a fake nose, and a mustache and ran around Azusa Pacific University."
What's your favorite joke?
"I don't really have a favorite joke. Have you seen Kevin Hart's stand up comedies? I think my favorite one would be when he's talking about his dad going to his spelling bee and he's yelling like it's a sports game. It was pretty funny."
What's your random piece of advice?
"You should play ping pong everyday and laugh."
What's the best decision you've ever made?
"The best decision I ever made was to go to college. Actually transferring and going to Chico was the best decision of my life."
Santa Ana, California
What's your favorite part of today so far?
"I don't know. I don't really have a favorite part of today because I didn't really do anything. I got to go shopping with my mom! That's pretty much it."
South Gate, California
Who do you want to meet?
"That's a good question. There's a lot of people I want to meet. I'd like to meet Colin Powell."
If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
"I would go on a cloud because no one has been on a cloud yet."
When you were a kid, what did you want to be when your grew up?
"A whole lot of things. Basically whatever was cool at the time. CSI Miami was a thing for a while."
What's one of the scariest things you've ever done?
"So this summer, I traveled with some buddies of mine. Their names are Luke, Justin, and Daniel. We went to Zion, Utah on a road trip. It was kind of a sporadic road trip and what a sight to see, if you ask me. So we traveled up this mountain and on each side, there were thousands of drops of feet. We're talking a five foot width. We're scared and we're holding on to hand rails and it's a pretty intense scene. It's half a mile round trip, there and back, but it took us a while because you want to stay safe. You want to make sure both feet are planted and your hands are always on the rail. Before we took that hike, there was a sign that explained the danger of it and I was very scared during that moment. I was doing a lot of prayer as I was walking it. If you want, I could pull up a picture of the place."
How did you meet the most important person in your life?
"I don't know... they're my parents. My girlfriend through a concert."