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But at 24, Perry can Perry be blamed for writing lyrics that seem to have come out of a high schooler’s notebook?
Personally, I’ve always had a predilection for girl-pop myself (I know, I’m so gay), and I like Perry’s style—her black bangs and polka-dot dresses and primary colour world—and think “Hot N Cold” (especially the Yelle remix version) and “Waking Up in Vegas” are great songs for the gym treadmill, especially when there’s nothing to watch on the bank of TVs except the ugly mug of Lou “War on the Middle Class” Dobbs.
to sum it all up, it's definitely a well-rounded album: It's not just a few singles here or there and some filler," he said.
"It's got some reoccurring themes from the first Papercut Chronicles, musically and lyrically, and people who were in love with the Papercut Chronicles are gonna pick up on that.
Mostly, though, he's just thankful he's not going to have to backtrack on his earlier claims.
But it's what he has done afterward that is just as incredible.
In this episode of "Gym Class: Heroes of Fitness," Hetrick, a former Navy Seal, joins Hossein and Leigh to tell the start-up stories that have led to one of the most innovative new products to hit the fitness industry in years.
Randy Hetrick is the creator of the TRX Suspension Trainer and the founder of TRX.
Inventing a workout while operating in a war zone probably makes Hetrick's story one of the most interesting the fitness industry has ever known.