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September 29, 2007
While most eleven-year-olds are concerned with riding their bikes, giving wet-willies, or jumping into calm summer lakes with the help of a make-shift rope-swing, I was reading Entertainment Weekly and submitting my picks for the Oscar race.
“Dear Editor,” the first letter began, “While I concur with Reviewer O___ G___ on the likelihood of Silence of the Lambs taking top prize, I feel that JFK should be ostensibly considered as a serious contender. Also, I think Jodie Foster is neat, she was a teen actor too like I want to be, and do you think I could meet her?”