And though he might not be taking the time any more to itemize the signs and accoutrements on an airplane, Wainwright does humorously itemize his medication on "My Meds," where he also wonders whether a Thai massage might bring a happier ending than his pills. He might be maturing, but, true to form, he's maturing differently than the rest of us.

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