Cancer has taken another victim. Best-selling author Michael Crichton died Tuesday in Los Angeles at the age of 66 after losing a battle with cancer. He will be remembered as the author of popular books such as Jurassic Park, Congo, The Andromeda Strain, many of which were turned into feature films, and will also be remembered for achieving moderate success without having to flash his vagina. I mean, he didn’t have a vagina, that I know of, but if he did, he wouldn’t have flashed it. Oh, you know what I’m trying to say.