I am the center of the universe.
So are you.
I always thought this when I was a child and a teenager, but college and life convinced me otherwise.
But having read the New York Times wonderful "A Week of Misconceptions," I find it oddly comforting to know that I was right after all. (Apparently, lots of other folks wonder stuff, and the NYT listens.)
And about Twilight Zone, too, as it turns out. Although the show scared the child in me, the adult I became thought it ridiculous, because the future can't happen until I'm in it. If I'm not in it, it isn't.
Think about it.
You might, too, after you read this special section.