"He has the habit of hijacking reality"
While working on this post, devoted to baba Omolu and the Number 17 this story popped up on my Twitter feed:
Here's my story on the world’s last lost tourist who thought Maine was San Francisco, drank 17 beers a day, kissed a seal and became an international celebrity before things went wrong. - Andrew Chamings
The Oba-lu- Aiye cult was known to have great curative knowledge of the human body. During times of war this tribe was the first one to use germ warfare or biological warfare against neighboring enemies. The way that they would do this would be by using a spear like stick [JA] and position it where decaying corpses were laid to rest. These corpses which usually died from smallpox or from other contagions where full of bacterium. They would then get the spears and poke the dead carcasses of these bodies. In the evening they would use a camouflage and go out to the neighboring enemy territory which was damp and muddy and they would stab the dirt. At that time the area would then be contaminated with smallpox or yellow fever or any other contagion” (Pichardo, 2014).
I think I’ve said enough for today. Maybe too much. Con/Jur/d