From The Secret History of the Cedar Valley
On page 188 of Arthur Zajonc's book _Catching The Light: The Entwined History of Light and Mind_ is the following paragraph:
"Imagine that your laboratory was on the grounds, amid the struggles and joys, of a hospice run by Mother Theresa. In that context, what would be the important questions concerning light and color? My introduction to color science occurred in such a setting, under the tutelage of an unusual and wonderful man- Michael Wilson."
- Mike Wilson is, in many ways, responsible for the humorous nature of the Ragman culture. He has a way of obsessing over certain minutia that brought a character of whimsy out of an individual. It is through his comedic influence that adolescents became humorous heroes of mythical proportions, simultaneously comedic and tragic.