I had the idea for this project in early 2004 and a general lack of motivation kept me from executing it. Last year I shaped up, enlisted the help of several willing friends, and after a few months of rehearsing and three full months of filming it was completed. My camera had problems requiring many shots to be filmed more times than necessary. Also, it seems that the Cleveland Police have nothing better to do than castigate and harass young men engaged in constructive projects in off the beaten path industrial areas of the city. They definitely provided me with a number of unnecessary headaches. In a speech, Peter B. Lewis once commented on how he feels the Cleveland area does not support its “screwballs.” Probably one of the reasons the area is the largest exporter of young professionals in the country, myself now included. Ultimately I wish I had exploited and shown more activity in the background, however, working on an uncontrolled set in traffic provides more than a few limitations. I would greatly like to thank everyone listed in the credits, especially Junior, Austin Robison, Matt Minch, and Jurgen Koch. This by far was the most difficult video project I have executed and with out everyone’s help it would not have happened. Quicktime is required and preferably a high-speed connection.