Reading this book and loving it. Number one, it's hilarious, so, naturally, you all should read it too. Number two, it gives me courage to share my childhood, which was so bizarre and horrific and at the same time fascinating and exquisite and glorious, that one day I will write it into a book. A non-fiction book. Until then it will be fictionalized in novels. Which is fantastic, because I can kill every asshole who hurt me in a variety of ways and without dirtying my hands. Well, maybe a little.