, but, being an 11-year-old boy, who loved Kiss, I never doubted its awesomeness.Despite kids in school telling me Kiss sucked and, peculiarly, even the cover of this album telling me they stink (whose idea was that?“Easy as it Seems” is kind of the album encapsulated in one song–very sleek, very soft, lots of choruses vocals and really kind of bland. “Two Sides of the Coin,” is a decent rocker, but listen to those crazy synth drums during the instrumental break.“Torpedo Girl” is the most interesting track on the disc.I’m told some of their later records are quite good.This song from the album was my introduction to them, and it is weird and kind of irritating and strangely catchy and perfectly encapsulates Ween.) I knew in my heart of hearts that Kiss was the best. I always liked the high-pitched part of the song (“you always get the boys you like”), although in retrospect it’s really not very good–simplistic in a way that Kiss songs weren’t but then became.
In the novel, the second person section is set off by itself, so it’s a little less jarring when you jump to first person, but I think any reader could cope with that pretty well.).When she finally couldn’t take it anymore, she reached out for help and for her troubles, she was shipped of the Dominican Republic. She settled down, went to school, joined the track team (if her legs and ass were fine before, imagine what they were like after months of racing) and she began dating a nice guy. That feeling that says something is about to change?As a short story (which excerpts often seem like they are meant to be) this is kind of disappointing because it ends without revealing the big change.I was condensing and abridging my coverage, but often without a clear rationale for choosing to cover one topic and omit another.My focus on behavior, coupled with a consistent focus on empiricism, helped in this regard—focusing on these themes helped me identify the underlying principles of psychology and separate more essential topics from less essential ones.