Wrong Duck Albino - Wrong Dark Albino album
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Album Experiments in Alchemy. So raise your fist in skin head bliss So raise your fist like this. We start our voyage home out in the bitter cold And in a drunken state we travel up the road Slowly step by step we drag our drunken guide Up pulls the rhino yelling, hey would you like a ride? Oi! oi! to the albino rhino Oi! oi! to the friends we made Oi! oi! to the albino rhino. So raise your fists like this In joyous skinhead bliss So raise your fists like this Raise your fist now just like this.
The Albino Album is a 2013 novel by the American writer Chavisa Woods published by Seven Stories Press. Termed "a queer epic" by the publisher and author, it is a picaresque coming-of-age novel following the adolescence of a young girl in the rural United States. Woods wrote the novel over the course of five years, drawing on her own experiences to form the plot and setting.
Eight-feet-tall ghastly white penguins. Placid unless otherwise provoked. It's a very competent fighter with extremely high hit points. It's very slow, quite clumsy, has moderate armor against bashing weapons and low armor against cutting ones (that includes bullets).
One of his companions is an albino called ?Whitey? (or Q-tip, or Casper), who attempts to help Charlie in his mission despite the fact that his condition places severe limitations on what he is able to achieve. In the end Whitey proves to be the hero of the piece, saving Charlie by throwing a lawn dart in the villain?s back. It doesn?t seem like too much of a stretch to say that not all people with albinism enjoy having nicknames that draw attention to their condition (also seen in films like Vamp, Flushed Away and Disturbing Behaviour)