"I've been thinking about the days back in high school."
His brother smiled. "Oh yeah? What about them?"
"I've been thinking about how we used to walk down those high school halls, a hundred and fifty pounds of sperm and anything-might-happen-in-a-minute magic. Remember that? When was the last time you felt that way? We were teflon and bulletproof, radioactive and free as a dollar you find in the street. We didn't know anything but we didn't know it, and we genuinely believed that life owed us something."