Here is Mark Twain giving you his thoughts on THE PEOPLE OF THE BOOK:
Mark Twain autobiography Chap XIII
The negro quarters beyond the orchard were especially attractive. In one cabin lived a bed-ridden, white-headed old woman whom the children visited daily and looked upon with awe; for she was said to be a thousand years old and to have talked with Moses. The negroes believed this; the children, too, of course, and that she had lost her health in the desert, coming out of Egypt. The bald spot on her head was caused by fright at seeing Pharaoh drowned. She also knew how to avert spells and ward off witches, which added greatly to her prestige.
GO GET YOUR CORPORATE INJECTIONS. ALL MORONS UNITE FOR DEATH CULT.
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