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Little Toys in the Hands of an Ego Tripped god Well let me introduce myself my name is Chris Rodgers and as a child I was rather cleaver and many times extremely squirrelly Because of that my childhood was even more interesting than most childrens Many of the toys that characterized my essence when I was in the preteen years were the vintage models of the incredible GI Joes The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Matchbox Cars and Cabbage Patch Dolls and yes I did have names for them Let me talk to you about these toys in a little detail so you can get an idea of why they characterized my childhood so much As a child I was extremely ill from birth until around 4th grade Since I had such a problem with my health I really didnt socialize very much with many children which may be why I am so outgoing now but I sure knew how to have a blast with my toys Sure there were multitudes of toys floating from fad to fad but I knew who the true American hero was and that was GIJoe Boy I had such a great time with these toys There was Joe and the evil Cobras Man they were tough ones These two groups were formidable foes I never understood why they would fight so much but I was sure that every time that they did I was getting all of the benefits from it These guys were ruthless they loved to torcher others not with bodily harm but with early 80s Contemporary Christian Music Many times I sat there and I thought long and hard about how some of the prisoners were not insane or mentally handicapped after being tortured with my moms forms of destruction which she called easy listening Even though the cobras were brutal somehow every time in the end when the dust had settled and they were about to
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