Friday, March 6, 2009

When is a Bandit not a Bandit?

It only takes the cunning Baba a few days to put his plan together. He purchases thirty-nine large oil jars and enough mules to carry them. He then orders his bandits to get into thirty eight of them and fills the remaining one with oil and shuts all the lids to create the illusion that they’re genuine. Wiping a little real oil around the seals, he makes sure that his thieves can breath freely and then dressed as an oil merchant he travels to the house of Esteban.

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