I'll Seize The Day Tomorrrow by Jonathan Goldstein

We should probably acknowledge life's nonsensical nature more often, though. I'm not saying it should be brought up a hundred times a day, but maybe once in a while - to keep things in perspective. Like when the president finishes a speech, he could look into the TV camera and say, "But still, we don't really know anything at all. Life is unknowable, and one day we'll die without ever having made much sense out of it. It's weird." Saying stuff like that should replace "Good night" and "God bless."