For Nairimas

This one is for our Tenri University classmate, now First Secretary at the Kenyan Embassy in Tokyo:

Peasant farmer Daniel M’Mburugu was tending to his potato and bean crops in a rural area near Mount Kenya when the leopard charged out of the long grass and leapt on him.
M’Mburugu had a machete in one hand but dropped that to thrust his fist down the leopard’s mouth. He gradually managed to pull out the animal’s tongue, leaving it in its death-throes.

I, myself, would have tried appealing to the leopard’s sensitive side and pleaded for my life, and that having failed, wept pitifully. He ripped out a leopard’s tongue with his bare hands. That’s a REAL man.
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One Reply to “For Nairimas”

  1. Dude, would that strategy work on a Pitbull, I wonder? Yeah, if I ever get attacked by some nasty cougar, I’ll be inspired by M’Mburugu and shove my hand down its throat, rip out its tongue and do the chicken dance! Great story.

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