ATLANTA, GA – It has been a challenging year for 27-year-old Michael Snead, who broke his right femur in a motorcycle accident 6 months ago. But thanks to his orthopedic trauma team at Grady Memorial Hospital, Snead has made a full recovery, and he now looks forward to moving on from this level I trauma center and beating level II.
“If there is one thing I love more than anything else in this world it is video games. I’ve played them my whole life, can’t get enough of them,” explained Snead, who owns no fewer than 15 video gaming systems at home. He waffles between the Sony PlayStation 4 Pro and Nintendo Classic as his personal favorite. “Level I Grady was one of the hardest initial levels I’ve ever encountered. I still beat it though. I still beat it.”
Snead confirmed this first level was unbelievably tough, especially since there were no rings, mushrooms, Invincibility Stars, weapon upgrades, extra lives, or PAUSE & RESET buttons. However, there was certainly a lot of physical and occupational therapy, and repeat surgeries.
“There are five levels, so you say? Who is the bad guy? Is it Bowser, the Nazis, who?” Snead asked Gomerblog. He locked his fingers and extended them, crackling all his knuckles as a result. The fire was back in his eyes. “Let me pee first, then bring on level II.”