We've all been through changes, or seen things happen, where you realize, "Well, that part of my life is over". Graduating school, moving out on your own, getting married, having kids, etc... Milestones that, once crossed, can't be uncrossed. I had an amazing group of friends in my mid 20s in San Diego. The partying, the drinking, the helping each other out, football games at my place on sundays. It was one of the happiest times of my life. Then I got medically discharged from the Navy, my friend Casey got deployed to Iraq and I haven't seen her since, two of the mainstays of our group got married and had a kid, one guy got way too into coke, one girl married a SEAL and he was killed overseas so that's the only thing she's been able to talk about for the last two years. Even if I were to move back to San D now, everything would be different. Jon Stewart announced he is leaving The Daily Show after 16 years. I remember watching the show in high school. I remember the switch from Kilborne to Stewart. That show has been the starting place of some amazing talents, and Stewart has been multiple generations most trusted "news" source for a long time. The show itself will continue with someone else at the helm, but I can't help but feel it just won't be the same. Focus: What were some of the milestones in your life, things that changed who you are and how you live forever? Alt-Focus: Post your favorite Daily show/John Stewart clips. I personally have always loved how he literally ruined the show "Crossfire". He destroyed them on air so badly that their show got cancelled. He also did a wonderful job ridiculing Glenn Beck.