RE: The 9th Commandment

Since you've already failed the "Are You A Good Lover?" and "Are You A Good Parent?" style-rag tests, here's one last desperate shot at redemption: "Are You A Good Person?" I took this Ten Commandments quiz and my scores indicate it's too late for me, but if you've lived a good life (and not THE good life), there may be time to save yourself.

Way of the Master is the ministry of Kirk Cameron, of TV's "Growing Pains" fame (clearly, this is not just another a batty, fear-based, apocalyptic manifesto--it's adorable.) So go take the test, then meet me in Hell. (Special thanks to Dave Dickerson for pointing me in the right direction.)

And speaking of bearing false witness, check out the next Liar Show:
Monday, May 21 @ 8:00pm
The PIT, 154 West 29th Street (between 6th & 7th Aves)
$5 at the door or buy tickets online. Watch a sample video.

Ned Vizzini is the author of It's Kind of a Funny Story ("insightful and utterly authentic" --New York Times Book Review), Be More Chill, and Teen Angst? Naaah.... His work has been honored by the American Library Association, BookSense, and the New York Public Library and has been translated into five languages (forthcoming in Chinese). He lives in Brooklyn, NY. www.nedvizzini.com

Martin Dockery is a frequent storyteller at The Moth story slams and is a four-time Grandslam finalist. He has performed with Speakeasy, Talking Stick, Mouthpiece and others. He recently returned from a few months in China, Mongolia, and Canada, much to the relief of his dog.

Jennifer Ostrega is a writer and actress. Her one-woman corporate comedy, Tower of Babble has been produced at several festivals and theaters including the NY Fringe festival, the Carolinian Shakespeare Festival (featured New Playwright), the Chicago Improv Festival, Upright Citizens Brigade and here at The P.I.T.

Dan Allen is a comedian and writer based in NYC. He has appeared on Comedy Central's Premium Blend. Currently, he is writing a biography about Kevin Bacon in the sixth person. www.taoofdan.com