|6 And made him responsible for maintaining the rule of law,
7 On South Street.
8 aThey decided that even if nobody else thought there was anything sacred or important or meaningful in life,
9 bBesides sex and drugs and money and power, that is,
10 They would find it,
11 Whatever it was,
12 Wherever it was,
13 No matter how much it cost.
14 They decided that even if they didn't have any idea why it was that everyone else thought sex and drugs and money and power was all there was in life,
15 They would find out cwhy,
16 And write it down to make sure that they all understood it,
17 So they could change it,
18 Because they were punks,
19 And didn't know any better.
CHAPTER 131 There may be those who will not believe that punks could ever make a stand,
2 dBecause when does something come from nothing, ever?
||3 And everyone knows that punks are nothing,
4 Who dress in the colors of nothingness,
5 And adorn themselves in symbols of their nothingness,
6 And revel in the empty nothingness of thinking about absolutely nothing,
7 At the top of their lungs,
8 In a hundred places called nowhere,
9 Including a place called South Street,
10 And so how could it be?
CHAPTER 141 But there is, was, and will be a punk writer band called the eShuteye Train,
2 fWhich started a fire,
3 Against all godds,
4 And they did what could not be done,
5 Which, as the punks were priveleged to learn, is exactly hpar,
6 For the race that was once called i