Are you going to Scarborough Fair?
Parsely, Sage, Rosemary and Thyme.
Remember me to one who lives there.
He was once a true love of mine.
As the beautiful song, one of the few in English, plays through the headphones that block out all sound, Shane looks about the area that is to be the location of this game created by someone named Simon. Looking to the two that have already arrived, Shane gets the odd feeling that they were more local than himself and that the two must not have had as much trouble finding the location as he had. With that thought in his mind he slides his hands into the pockets of his jeans and walks forward until he stands where he would normally be able to hear the two. With that he takes off one of the speakers as the song still plays only to catch the sound of the evidently newest person asking if the first was here for the game. A stupid question to Shane because the place was obviously too rundown for a gang to use, but he was in a new area.
Shane decides to take the initiative with the question aimed at another person and says, "Yea. But with a prize that big, you'd think that he'd be able to find some other place the meet up with everyone." This was a bit of info that made sense to Shane but most people don't see things the way that he does. True it would be awsome if other thought like he did, but that would defeat the purpose of humanity if everyone thought the same. Once more his mind wanders to how he would see things if he thought like this Simon person and eventually leads to the game of Red Rover and how he was rarely called over until the last of the game. This memory brings a smile to his face only until he remembers that the game is no longer taught in schools because it has been deemed as being too violent. What is the world coming to these days?