I wouldn't describe myself as being particularly discontented with my life experience. Au contraire--there are very few things I don't like or don't warm up to. However, I take issue with the life-size wax person in Pioneer garb lurking in a poorly lit corner of BYU's library. There should be a sign or caution tape or one of those yellow stands they put up to show wet floors (but this one would have a picture of a lady Pioneer versus a person mid fall)--something to alert library patrons that creepiness is approaching but will not cause physical harm. Perhaps they could mount a large, brightly colored poster that says something to the effect of "this person is not real and not scary." I say put that wax woman in a well-lit, well advertised area, or hide her in whatever catacomb from which she sprang.
Also, Jason is in Deutschland right now. (I take no issue with that, but I do miss him.)