Harold Crick: Dave, can I pose a somewhat abstract, purely hypothetical question?
Dave: Sure.
Harold Crick: If you knew you were gonna die, possibly soon, what would you do?
Dave: Wow, I don’t know. Am I the richest man in the world?
Harold Crick: No, you’re you.
Dave: Do I have a superpower?
Harold Crick: No, you’re you.
Dave: I know I’m me, but do I have a superpower?
Harold Crick: No, why would you have a superpower?
Dave: I don’t know, you said it was hypothetical.
Harold Crick: Fine, yes, you’re really good at math.
Dave: That’s not a power, that’s a skill.
Harold Crick: Okay, you’re good at math and you’re invisible. And you know you’re gonna die.
Dave: Okay, okay. That’s easy, I’d go to space camp.
Harold Crick: Space camp?
Dave: Yeah, it’s in Alabama. It’s where kids go to learn how to become astronauts. I’ve always wanted to go since I was nine.
Harold Crick: You’re invisible and you’d go to space camp?
Dave: I didn’t pick invisible, you picked invisible.
Harold Crick: Aren’t you too old to go to space camp?
Dave: You’re never too old to go to space camp, dude.

–Stranger than Fiction 

EDIT: This made more sense when the blog was still called spacecamp. :)

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