i always respect these kind of stories... well done as a parent! i hope my kid will come out well also...but only time will tell..she is smart..but using it is an alltogter different game
but ru trying to scare me? 5 corvettes? damn....
well...to be honest...here its not that expensive but its not cheap also! and i also had a simple past..both my parents were immigrants from portugal (political refugees from the dictator back then..salazar)...and they both worked hard to give me and my bro all they could...they had a perfect life..and so had i and my bro (only 1.5 year difference).....they had two cars and two houses..one here and since 6 years one small appartment at the beach in Portugal in Albufeira for the holidays...all paid by working hard!
i got my bachelors degree in economics and my bro did the police academy and is now some kind of high level detective on the policeforce now..dont even know what he does exactly ..
so my parents did well with us...now its up to us for our kids...
and ur right..u have to straighten ur son out...BOSE..really? but ur right..better that then what u mentioned..lolz
as a solution u could give him a he300 for his birthday and a matrix mstage (with the dac inside) to go with it..it wont break the bank..and u will feel much more connected
He can buy his own Schiit, he works on Wall Street writing software like his dad.
My folks came to the US after WWII, penniless. I learned the value of honest work by their example. They worked hard and started their own business and eventually ended up with their own home when I was 14. I grew up in The Bronx (south), not such a nice place.