As I am a lifelong fan of everything Ray Romano, this was an important and exciting discovery. Here's why I think it's true:
  1. One day at one of my high school softball games my dad befriended Steve Schirripa from The Sopranos.
    His daughter was on the team I was playing.
  2. (That's Steve Schirripa)
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  3. They got to talking and Steve Schirripa told my dad that he was writing a book about fathers and daughters.
  4. So my dad told Steve Schirripa all my secrets.
  5. A few months later, Steve Schirripa's book came out.
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    Complete with a selection of my secrets.
  6. (That's me! Surrounded by secrets!)
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  7. My dad bought many copies and showed me my secrets, in print.
  8. It was cool but no one really read the book* so I forgot about it pretty quickly.
    *Or so I thought!
  9. Two days ago I was home and saw a copy of the book on our coffee table. I decided to look it over again.
  10. That was when I noticed this:
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  11. Ray Romano read this book.
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  12. This book contains my secrets.
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  13. Ray. Romano. Knows. My. Secrets.
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