Pioneers of Leisure by Marcello Cabus is the a true story of a young Latino/Filipino boy from the barrio who dreamed of more than shining shoes in a black nightclub. He achieved many of his dreams—partied with rock stars from Dylan to the Stones, traveled to North Africa and escaped with his life, carvanned in Europe while selling LSD, and visited exotic Kashmir where he learned the art of smuggling. Along the way, he went to prison, survived the deaths of two wives, and endured the toughest rehab in the country.
He patented a food dehydration system capable of dealing with world hunger and presented it to the top echelons in the government only to be slandered and destroyed by a yellow journalism tabloid.
A simple twist leads to high end cocaine dealing and the addiction that follows. Faster than a jet plane that self implodes