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It's 70 years in the future and all problems are solved. Follow the adventures of Jake, Pat, and Billy as they try to handle it.
Pat implores Jake to stop telling Billy about the bad old days.
Pat and Jake visit one of their neighborhood woodworkers to procure a new desk and chair for young Billy.
Jake and Pat teach Billy why we never say "the T-word."
Billy, Pat, and Jake go to their neighborhood sharing night.
Do we still have jobs in a perfect world? Of course. Pat applies for a new position. (We don't call them "jobs")
Pride superseeds July Fourth as the universally beloved summer holiday.
Jake, Billy, and Pat enjoy a no-tech Brewers game.
Billy finally convinces Grandpa Jake to tell him all about the revolution.
Jake, Billy, and Pat dance their way to the highest spot in Milwaukee for the annual Summer Solstice Circle.
Billy finds out about a few things from the old days that no longer exist: plastic, guns, and cops.
It's 70 years in the future and everybody still loves Pub Trivia.
If there's no money, how does home ownership work? Jake and Pat explain it to Billy, and it's oh, so simple.
Jake, Pat, and Billy visit the southern border, which is now just a line on a map with no other significant meaning.