FTWDLFHFor Those Who Don’t Learn From History begins as the world draws to its first intermission. However, none of this is felt or seen by the protagonist, Isaiah, who falls asleep at the wheel, and awakes to a frightening new Detroit. Roaming the barren, dilapidated streets of what was once his neighborhood, he lies in silence waiting for someone, waiting to slap himself back to reality. But, with each day guaranteeing loneliness, what will this world offer that he couldn’t take earlier?