Hillside Research offered him fifty dollars for his opinion,
he allowed the drug testing company to sit him in a chair.
That began his vengeful journey, as he discovered the depths
to which they would go to protect their bottom line. His misplaced
trust set him on the road to a cross-country revenge, led
to his inadvertent fame in the downtown east side, and encouraged
him to re-examine the city he called his home.
imagined a confrontation with Hillside as thrown Molotov cocktails,
but once he uncovered their more sinister plan, he began to
suspect that mere vengeance would not satisfy him. Hatred
and revenge were not enough, and he found himself re-evaluating
In a Vancouver
which hovers on the edge of riot and lockdown, where the police
are incarcerating people on the basis of new quasi-legal claims
of criminal activity like sitting in a public place, he has
to decide between fight or flight. Should he confront those
promoting human testing, rage and burn in a city where his
violence will merely add to the growing chaos, or join the
mass exodus of those leaving the city?