I just had a random thought I had while editing the Sonic Live in Sydney article. I was thinking of a song to listen to while editing the page (since there was a lot of information and pictures to add) and I suddenly came across Simple Plan's hit 2002 single "I'd Do Anything" and now I can't get that song out of my head. It just fits the Sonic the Hedgehog universe so well despite not being featured in any game and I felt it would be a perfect song to fit Amy Roses' constant pining over Sonic.
Here's the song if you want to suffer with me by its catchiness!
Post by Paul McCartney on May 5, 2018 19:03:40 GMT
The British Invasion was the only time that the English successfully invaded America.
Write a letter to yourself of what you've completed, who you are, and who those closest to you say you are. Write of every positive thing in contradiction to the notion that everything is negative. Anyone who rejects pure morality when telling you who you are, they aren't worthy of you.
This is my land. I look out at the vast horizon and find that I am the only one here. My power is temporary - the others could come here and take it from me at any time, but they choose not to. Presumably they have better things to do.
"He's a man, not a God! Come on comrades!"(repeat three times in a row)
For those who needed context, the clip comes from The Angry Joe Show's 2014 episode on Rambo: The Video Game for the PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC when Joe was trying to complete the last level of the game, leading to this memorable exchange and Joe's impression makes the scene even funnier.
Despite the frustrations of normal day life we go through, the best thing to do about it is still being happy for our friends and family.