I'm The Hitler Of Validity with My Sister
I've known my sister all her life. She's the youngest of the four children of the Schader family and by my opinion: the funniest. My earliest memory of her was crying when I found out that she would be a girl, not a boy, and that my dream of playing a familial game of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles with a full cast would never become a reality. It was the best thing that could ever happen because I ended up loving the contrast of having a little sister and the perspective that comes along with it -- an experience that is almost indescribable and wonderful. Then of course I became a teenager and everything thing went down hill from there.
This interview is a long one, but it's one of my favorites. If you met me and my sister you'd think we came from different planets, but hearing us talk together you can tell we share a very similar set of characteristics. We talk about a lot. We talk about our parents, my selfishness, my unobtainable ideals, my dismissive insensitivity, and of course: Yu-Gi-Oh.