"I don't mind living with the paranoia."
I asked some experts why so-called millennials are so obsessed with self-evaluation, and whether it's making us better people.
He smashed up the Punakaiki entrance sign—allegedly worth $3000—and threw it into a river.
The science of getting deep or getting the hell out of there.
"It felt like everything was very fake, you weren't learning for education's sake or the real world. You were learning to pass exams."
"I found out later he gave me chlamydia. I saw him a month later when he skated past me. I freaked out. He shakka-ed me and skated on."
A friend of mine recently admitted he's 70 percent straight and 30 percent gay. While I applaud his self awareness, reducing sexuality to a ratio seems as binary as the labels it attempts to avoid.