When a Sight Hits your Eye Like a Big Giant Stye, that’s Amore! (doggy style)

Another ‘travel’ blog from Oke!

Yankee Skeptic

(Oke Millet, our guest blogger, is a Canadian who lives in Chile, and works in weird and wonderful places. He loves to travel, especially to the obscure & rarely seen.)

In this series of little blogs, I am going to focus on recounting interesting anecdotes on beliefs I hear, during my travels around Papua New Guinea. As a sceptic, I try to view the world through the eyes of scepticism. When I hear someone discuss a belief or a position that seems odd, unusual, or compelling to me, I generally think ‘Evidence?’, or perhaps ‘How does that work’?

In any event, as I share with you these little tidbits, I hope that my scepticism doesn’t make me appear judgmental or in some way ‘holier than thou’.  I’m not being critical of my Papua New Guinean friends and colleagues. Indeed, I love to collect these rare gems of folklore much as…

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