A murder of crows is smarter than a potation of polynesiacs.
Crows outsmart children up to age eight on simple tasks. Studies have shown it. Extrapolating from this, I figure that once a group of Tiki peeps get to our third or fourth drinks, we’re likely operating around the same mental age. Perhaps we should keep some crows around for cognitive support during last call?
Read the rest of the story in Polynesiacs: Tiki at Home, page 35.