|4 And South Street rocked to their words,
5 "The Shuteye Train, the Shuteye Train, you'll try and die in the Shuteye Train,"
6 Until the Angels became maddened with anger, and attacked the afour punks who called themselves the Shuteye Train,
7 Which was a bmistake.
CHAPTER 91 The Angels attacked in waves,
2 And fell in cwaves.
3 The Angels attacked in dclose order,
4 And fell in close order.
5 The Angels attacked with eautomatic weapons,
6 And fell like fstones.
CHAPTER 101 Then the surviving Angels turned and tried to fight their way past St. Nuke & the Epissiles and gthose who stood with them,
2 At the other end of South Street,
3 But they hfailed,
4 iAnd there were no longer any uninvited vistors on South Street.
CHAPTER 111 Then it was that the punks of South Street sat down to think about the things that had happened,
2 jIncluding Wayne, and all the things he had said and done,
3 kAnd the Angels, and all the things they had said and done,
||4 lAnd the Boomers they had seen in Philadelphia, and all the things they had said and done,
5 And how much malike they all seemed to be,
6 Until they thought that maybe it was no longer enough to just nwrite stories about Boomers,
7 Because it might be time to make a stand against the Boomers,
8 oAnd everyone else who thought that you could always do whatever you wanted, whenever you wanted to do it, wherever you wanted to do it, no matter who got hurt.
9 And so, the punks decided that they would make a stand,
10 Right where they were,
11 On South Street,
12 Which was their phome,
13 And not at all a bad place to start building something,
14 Something they could be proud of,
15 Namely, a way of life that required everyone to give his best,
16 And even better than that,
17 All the time,
18 No matter what.
CHAPTER 121 In their new pride, the punks made other important decisions.
2 They decided that even if there was no law to control the Angels and the people the Angels worked for,
3 There would be law in their home,
4 Which was on South Street,
5 And so they made qSt. Nuke the King of Punk City,