Our personalities stay pretty much the same throughout our lives, from our early childhood years to after we're over the hill, according to a new study.
The results show personality traits observed in children as young as first graders are a strong predictor of adult behavior.
This is how soulless bureaucrats see people.
"How old are you Johnny?"
"I'm first grader years old."
"How old are you Mr. Johnson?"
"I'm $55,000 a year old."
And these are the people who are going to "secure the border", "bring our troops home" and "fix the economy."