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Finally, meet #FrankColville . Frank is one who created the North Hills Group home, as he was #troubled before too. Then, he decided to turn his life around and do something to help boys who are #struggling . Upon coming to North Hills Group Home, Reef is very #disrespectful toward Frank, and he lets it slide. But, he later sets some ground rules for Reef. “He looked at Colville’s hand for a long moment, then hawked up a wad of phlegm and spat into the bushes at the foot of the step...[Reef uses profanity] ‘This is day one, so that won’t cost you. After today, though, every curse out of your mouth will mean a job over and above your regular chores’” (102-104). Frank makes it clear to Reef that if he curses or uses any swear word, he will have to take on many different jobs at North Hills as a #consequence . With these ground rules, how will Reef survive? #TheFirstStone 🤬🙅🏻♂️
Another unique pair of new additions to my collection: Simon and Garfunkel's classic Bridge over Troubled Water, which is full of classic songs, and The Frogs' unfairly obscure (like the rest of their discography) Hopscotch Lollipop Sunday Surprise. With an album title/cover pair like that, how was this Frogs album NOT flying off the shelves in 2001? I wonder if any parents bought it for their kids based on the design then, not noticing that there was a song called "Fuck Off" on it. Either way, it's a really enjoyable lo-fi pop album with strong melodies and fun sounds everywhere.