Songs that I shouldn't like but I do. A lot.
Kelly Clarkson - Since You've Been Gone
Lio - Rapture
Justin Timberlake - Cry Me a River
Madonna - This Used to Be My Playground
Natalie Merchant - The Living
Sting - Desert Rose
Avril Lavigne - That New Song
Tina Turner - Whats Love Got To Do With It?
Sense Field - Save Yourself
BBMak - More Than Words
Bruce Springsteen - Secret Garden
Cyndi Lauper - Time After Time
There are others but I don't want to reveal too much. My enemies could use it against me. And yes I do have enemies. But luckily I also have a bucket of 'nades. Which reminds me...
I had a beautiful vision of myself zipping down a zip line in the forest. I didn't have a helmet on because I didn't care about the danger. There were enemies all around me in the forest. There were American Indians shooting arrows at me. There were dirty men with beards shooting rapid gunfire at me. But they couldn't hit me. I was zipping too fast. They were missing me because they were too busy getting railed with 'nades. I was throwing 'nades around like a son of a bitch. I'd look to my right and see a group of Indians setting their marks on me. I'd pull the pin on the 'nade and just wing it directly at them. I would hear the explosion but I wouldn't see it because I was too busy throwing another 'nade. And the look on my face was incredible. I wasn't concerned or worried. I just knew I'd be okay because I had all those 'nades.
It's pretty obvious that 'nades are the best weapon around. If I saw a tank coming I'd start running in zig zags and throw a nade at the tank. There's no way it'd hit me. That tank can't defend a 'nade and I'd be victorious. Another smart thing to do is roll a 'nade. Sometimes to confuse your enemy you roll a 'nade because they never see it coming. Also there's no chance it will bounce off your enemy and explode somewhere you don't want. If you are having problems remembering that you can roll 'nades, just remember this helpful saying..."If the bad guy is in the arcade, just roll the 'nade."
H-town is tight, homey.