Opening our brewery and pizzeria in the suburbs was an act of rebellion. This is where we played, laughed and got into trouble. Then, the developers invaded with an insatiable appetite for the bland. Their shopping malls smothered the land that we played soccer, held late night parties and got into trouble. When the fluorescent loving big-box stores started to open, we knew it was now or never. We hoisted our flag in the middle of Cornerstar Shopping Complex.
It wasn’t the first time I had gone to war against normalcy. In my previous life, I was a thief. I stole internet traffic from bankers, and sold it right back to them. But, after a serendipitous meeting with a Whitman-yielding phantom philosopher, I decided there was more I could offer the world. Like the developers, I too had an insatiable appetite. Unfortunately, for them, my appetite was to spread a message of dissent against normalcy. Many of these messages, you will find hidden throughout our works.