I got to talk with one of my favorite people on Twitter: Rob Henderson. Rob grew up in the foster care system in California. He worked as a busboy, a dishwasher, and a supermarket bagger, and then joined the Air Force at the age of 17. He then went to Yale on the GI Bill and is now studying for his Ph.D. in psychology at Cambridge. But the most interesting things about him have nothing to do with his credentials... We discuss: it turns out fatherhood determines success more than the socioeconomic background, why colleges are axing the SAT, intragroup policing and radicalization, WokeFishing & Tinder Statistics, is poverty linked to crime?, and coining luxury beliefs. Cheers.