Or: How I Stayed On The Line To Repair My Air-Conditioner
Greg Jr., a middle-aged black man, is having a rough day. The air-conditioning in his house has gone out, on what is the hottest day on record, and the air conditioning company constantly leaves him on hold.
In addition, his father, Greg Sr., believes in a conspiracy that black people will once again be enslaved in the United States. Greg Jr.’s impressionable son, Greg III, then questions this conspiracy that his father spews.
All the while, Greg Jr.’s father and son keep pestering him about when the air conditioner will be repaired. The combination of these problems leads Greg Jr. to have wild, radical, and racially charged hallucinations.
Malachi William Bryce Young
Miguel A. Collado