As I walked across campus a few days ago I was stopped in my tracks when I saw this. After asking around I found out it was a promotion for a course USC is offering next semester that teaches strategy (or strategery to the layperson) through chess. The man pictured here is international chess master and LA Times columnist Jack Peters, who spent a leisurely afternoon playing ten games of chess simultaneously, and winning.
I, on the very same day, spent an hour writing a joke about how I can't wait to get really old so I can fart in public and get away with stealing. Which was followed by finding myself palpably jealous of a little kid on the bus because of his kick ass Spider-Manbackpack.
Let's hear it for adulthood!