Hamilton Franklin Cushing, a descendant of Frank Hamilton Cushing, the famous expert on Native American Indian customs, said that "just because Buffalo don't drink their own pee, doesn't mean that Indians followed their example. Featured in Bourkes 1891 book, Scatologic Rites of All Nations. A Dissertation upon the Employment of Excrementicious Reemdial Agents in Religion, Therapeutics, Divination, Witch-Craft, Love-Philters, etc. in all part of the Globe, Bourke showed how Frank Hamilton Cushing disclosed the close similarities between Cochise, Geronimo and Ghandi.
"What's worst," asked Abrahamoff, "their little cultural peccadilloes or eating high fructose corn syrup laced with Monsanto engineered additives and watered downstream from a Koch Brothers' Georgia-Pacific plant and fertilized with petro-chemical that's then fed to cows standing in the own fesces and yellow drinking water?"
"See," said Marino, "At least the Buffalo are pristine. Which is why we should eat them with confidence! Maybe they will improve us. I'm not willing to diefy the noble buffalo, but he seems a whole lot smarter than people so I'm leaning in that direction."