From the Last Great American Roadtrip Archive
Chelsea Hotel (MP) – Zaneford Prankingham Furthurton Kesey III/in a series of XII, heir to the powerful Key-Z psychedelia empire founded by his father, Ken Kesey, has been using his considerable clout in Washington DC to stop The Last Great American Roadtrip.
Key-Z Productions along with Jerry Garcia Enterprises control the vast majority of the market share for psychedelia and have been accused of pushing independent tie-dyers out of business. “There is a powerful cartel that controls the tie-dye market and they are ruthless in maintaining it,” claims Tye-dye Mary, “it limits innovation in the psychedelia market; when was the last time you saw a new tie-dye design?”
Asked if the proposed legislation will effect The Last Great American Roadtrip, DonJon retorts, “it will take more than an act of congress initiated by a few acid soaked Plutocrats to stop The Last Great American Roadtrip.”