1/ “MOSTLY HARMLESS: THE LIFE AND TIMES OF J.R. LEMAR”
2/ Alan Moore. Creatively speaking, the man is like a God. I’d live to be able to just sit with him and listen to him.
3/ “I love you.” That’s something I’ve just never been very comfortable saying to anyone (friends, family, or romantically) but I should.
4/ That’s easy: MONEY. Specifically, never seeming to have enough of it.
5/ Anything @ all? I’d love to learn how to draw. I’ve always wanted to be an artist, but just don’t have the skills for it. But if I could learn to do it, and do it well, that would be awesome.
More practically, I’d like to learn how to speak Spanish. When I can afford it (see: previous answer) I think I’ll try ordering that Rosetta Stone software program, and give it a try.
6/ Legally? Eighteen. But I didn’t feel like one yet. THAT didn’t come until I got my first “real” job, where I went to an office, checked in with a time-card everyday, and got a paycheck.
7/ …being able to go back to sleep. Days when I have no set plans, and can sleep in if I want to, are awesome.
8/ “First, do no harm.”
I really think that covers everything, in a simple way. Always try to choose your actions based on what is least likely to intentionally cause any sort of harm to another person, and you should be fine.