Review #54: Star Time, James Brown

#54: Star Time, James Brown

How can I explain what happened next?

Kansas, as I’m sure you know, is a horrible place. Yet it lies somewhere along the route of many long road trips in the United States, a Final Frontier of sorts, only with more cops and cows. In fact, Kansas was at the forefront of my mind when I hatched the idea for this project in the first place.




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