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Thanks for the gloss on African folktales. But how do you square your interpretation of the snake and heron story with the contradicting (or at least tangential) interpretation that's within the tale itself?
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There, pretty as a picture.
(sex and drugs, that is... not the Bonesteels. The Bonesteels is cool with me.)
They screwed me up real good. ;)