Jan 11, 2019
“A surprising number of them seemed to have used only cannabis and no other drugs before their breaks. The disease they’d developed looked like schizophrenia, but it had developed later—and their prognosis seemed to be worse. Their delusions and paranoia hardly responded to antipsychotics.”↩︎ The New Yorker
Camp ToB 2019
Week Four: Daisy Jones & the Six
This week we wrap up our June reading—and it’s time for you to decide which of the two books we read this month heads to our end-of-summer finale.
Ryan Vallee wasn’t one of the popular kids at Belmont High. But he had two advantages his victims did not. He was a boy, and therefore not as vulnerable to slut-shaming. And he understood how to harness technology to seem powerful, controlling and terrifying [to] victims for years with only a smartphone and a computer.↩︎ WIRED