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An anecdotal joke about a Professor U Nowho who feeds a potion to his hirelings which causes them to revert to early tribal types for his anthropological studies. One subject kept failing to revert. An assistant suggested, "Sir, I think I know what is wrong. You didn't give this subject enough of your magic potion. Everyone knows that one swallow doesn't make a Sumer."
Emil Petaja [1915-2000] was an American science fiction and fantasy writer of Finnish descent. An author whose career spanned seven decades, he wrote science fiction, fantasy, horror stories, detective fiction and poetry and was also a small press publisher. His best known works are a series of science fiction novels based on the Kalevala, the Finnish verse epic. In 1995, he was named the first ever Author Emeritus by the Science Fiction Writers of America. Very good .