Red hot remembering way back to the fabulous fifties when the global marketplace was meerely a military-industrial complex. In 'Someone Said No,' Robert Briggs examines the disturbing uncertainty of today's war on terrorism by tracing it back to the 1950's. Through the breakdown of a friend, Harmon Crow, Briggs tells the tale of a troubled Beat who survives the collapse by believeing there is 'more to life than living.' Written and read by Robert Briggs. Original music composed & performed by J. Stuart Fessant.