Stunning view of reality set in a real place with fascinating history. Yes, you can street view the area, It's accurate.
Society, pollution, nuclear power, it's not the usual view, it's different and fresh. Santa Clause notwithstanding.
Besides it's free, like we all should be.
Sean Enstitue lives on the last street, in the last apartment building, on the last corner in Manhattan. He has lived in Inwood, by Washington Heights, for his whole life. He believes that nuclear experimentation is causing global warming, negatively impacting the health of the entire planet. Because of what he knows, he thinks he may by the Earth's last chance.
Through explaining the difference between the street angle and the straight Anglo, Sean ends up exploring inner consciousness, politics, and the universe at large. Allow Sean to introduce you to his world. Graffiti is the only appreciable art, every holiday is a plot to subdue questioning the global military industrial complex, Santa Claus is the lead indoctrinator of lies, and marijuana is the only thing that can save the planet.
Cop the book for a laugh and more importantly provocation of thought. Sean explains the validity of the philosophy and sentiment of fuck the police and how he derived it from the likes of Gandhi, OG George Washington, and Jesus - whatever his real name was, all in the first few pages.
You might laugh, you might cry, but you will certainly never, ever go near cat shit again.