Finally moving again, and we’re in North Beach for a bit of Beatnik lore, passing City Lights Bookstore and Vesuvio Café. We hear Jack Kerouac’s voice: “It’s the beat generation, it’s beat, it’s the beat to keep, it’s the beat of the heart, it’s being beat and down in the world and like old-time lowdown …”. Ooh, a bummer storm — we’ve hit the Financial District. But relax, it’s just to get to the other side. “Use your third eye, my people,” Moon Babe says as we near the Transamerica Pyramid. “You can see all the people slaving away and the big man at the top making all the money.”.
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