Over 150 poems pertaining to life, liberty and the reckless pursuit of money, war, love and understanding. Subjects include gold, plants, ghosts, pawn shops, walls, botox, a description of Hell freezing over and Elvis as the Patron Saint of Parking. Subjects span many years and locations. The book looks into milestone years in American History. It speaks of Mayan mythology and discusses the motives of BIG CHINA. It asks the question: "Could raising the dead be over-stepping the mark?" It explores the fate of Giordano Bruno. It suggests we put zoologists in a cage, and see what they do. It explores how to rob a bank and the spirit of New Jersey. It even gives a Jersey version of the Ramayana, the Hindu epic poem. It compares Rock n' Roll stars to mules and suggests there should be a Yale Lemon Law. The last poem in the book is called "The Word", a reflection upon the contents of the book itself.