Editor's note: As Global Warning aficionados know, Tony Perez-Giese has been sending dispatches about his adventures from far-flung locales across the planet. This process isn't quite as difficult as during the days of Dr. Hunter S. Thompson's mojo wire, but it's far from foolproof -- which explains why we're only now receiving accounts of his adventures in Africa. The introduction below explains why.
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Sat link too iffy for full transmit at this time, but attached photo should provide idea of what I've gotten myself into. Will send full report when (if) I make it to Cape Town next week.
Yours in God,
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