Then we make a castle out of sand and knock it down with a spade. Ice cream tastes nice and we cry when it falls off the cone on to the sand. Sitting in a tiny red car on a merry-go-round is the most fun any child could ever have. If you touch your willy (or, if you are a girl, your different private parts) it makes you feel good in a very peculiar way. You become aware that there are other children who do not know the things you know. Then you go to school and realize that there are hundreds of other children. You discover that all living things die, including yourself. In bed at night you think about the size of the universe and how it must go on for ever. Personally, I always go back to music. It's such a simple plus that replaces so many minuses. I've seen it change lives, one annoying folksinger at a time. If hip-hop can turn drug-dealing gangbangers into raging capitalists, then everything is possible. I myself was an angry young man until I took up the didgeridoo. Back in September 2019, a plane crashed in Turkey, Texas (yes, there is such place). The two passengers suffered only minor injuries. Hooray for that. Not so hooray-ish: the reason for the crash. It was caused by a gender reveal stunt gone awry. Wrika the Devoted Lego ziggurat

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