It was a long time ago. The first time that I strongly expressed my opinion about how human behavior varies depending on social class was in a job interview at a car manufacturer in the marketing department. I vividly recall suggesting that the company’s advertisements reflect upper-middle class father figure stereotypes. You know the type, a successful male with a decent job, enjoying his privilege, oh, and he’s having a pleasant, relaxing evening with his kids at home. All of this status and happiness mirrored in the polished exterior of the vehicle.