Welcome to darkest Africa, where life is cheap
|Caminante Nocturno |
That was exceedingly uncomfortable in more ways than I care to detail.
|a flaming monkey |
You can see why their tourism industry is booming.
Better the lake eat them than the president, I always say.
So do you continue buying Ugandan salt and subject these poor people to this industry, or do you stop buying Ugandan salt, and force these people to seek out their livelihood elsewhere?
Or, for that matter, do you even care if the salt you're buying comes from Uganda or not?
Salt comes from somewhere?
I wonder what their scrotal sacks look like
Thanks to the helpful doctor, I now know that women, too, can have their scrotal sacks eroded.
I know where to open up my new rubber boot and overalls business ^_^
These people are the salt of the earth, and even with this lake of tears presents them from preserving their good health.
|Rodents of Unusual Size |
This is right up there with Darwin's Nightmare, which is another excellent documentary about an African lake and dangerous living conditions.
Also, I remember when National Geographic documentaries were mostly happy travelogues or about nature. :(
Holy Christ, that's horrifying. The 50 cent hat at 00:50 was an entertaining bit of cognitive dissonance though.
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