Even after more than 15 years very few historians, learned professors, dancers, lawyers, filmmakers, clowns or gardeners understand Red Webster’s role in a society marked by too many lotteries. In RoadHouse, Red didn’t only serve as a voice of defiance and support for Dalton. More importantly, Red Webster was a voice of gentle reason during a time of great strife, change and, dare I say, revolution. It is perhaps because of Red that you’re reading this text right now. The least you can do is buy this…if not for yourself, think of your friends for once.