|2. Just Like This|
|4. Break Stuff|
|6. I'm Broke|
|7. Nobody Like You|
|8. Don't Go Off Wandering|
|9. 9 Teen 90 Nine|
|10. N 2 Gether Now|
|12. No Sex|
|13. Show Me What You Got|
|14. Lesson Learned, A|
That's it hope it was useful. Reviews on the rest of the Limp albums coming soon!
In the classroom, that is. In the high school parking lot, however, M.L. exhibited a commitment to excellence that even today remains the stuff of legends. For four long years, he patrolled the perimeter of our schoolyard during the hour after school ended with a vengeance that bordered on the maniacal. The original poster child for roid-rage, M.L.'s single-minded goal was to take out whatever frustrations had been visited upon him inside school that day on any poor sap who ventured outside the school and couldn't defend himself.
Red-haired, freckle-faced, and unequivocally nerdy, 'Rudy' couldn't have been an easier target. It really was just a matter of time before M.L. made Rudy's acquaintance some day...
It was a beautiful spring afternoon and Rudy had just emerged triumphant from an Olympics of the Mind meeting at which he had starred as usual. Riding the emotional high that can only come from having constructed a functional drawbridge in under five minutes from toothpicks, toilet paper, and twine, Rudy strode confidently into the parking lot to await the activity bus. Before your emotional investment in him becomes too strong, however, I should warn you that Rudy was not entirely a sympathetic character.Read more ›
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