"…Both you and I live in worlds that tell us there are only two important things: One is the acquisition of goods, and the other is either the acquisition or the avoidance of sex… The question of who’s a virgin and who’s a virgout is not the most interesting question, and the romantic relationships in your life are not the only important relationships." - John Green
"Foolish writers and readers are created for each other." - Horace Walpole
"To live a good life as a good person, it doesn't matter how you got there. It just matters that you do." - Hank Green My neighbors had their annual pumpkin carving contest last night. I didn't enter, but I was over there for most of the time. The one that won in the kids' category was a supposedly free-hand rendition of a werewolf. It was amazing. My dad did Pacman with the four ghosts, and pinned colored paper to the inside of the ghosts. However, the highlight of the evening was a drawing my 6 year-old neighbor had done on a different neighbor's driveway of a, shall we say, anatomically detailedman. We assume he did it in total innocence, but it was hilarious. The owners of the house assumed it was a prank by a friend. Not so much.