Someone with insomnia or perhaps a prescription drug manufacturer for use as a control in sleep drug trials.
Not unless the alternative was imminent bodily harm.
The narrator should have taken a box of extremely potent laxatives prior to recording.
A desire to research laws regarding false advertising. The vast majority of the book covered the use of poison arrows, disease and poisoned food - not exactly revelations. While myth is certainly a metaphor for reality and can provide evidence of contemporaneous human practices, the book spends far too much time on mythical uses of unconventional weapons. Additionally, the writing quality is as abominable as the pestilences described in the book. I should have known it would be all downhill after hearing the author quote a lengthy video game review in the introduction as proof that this book is good. In fact the entire introduction is so horribly self-aggrandizing its the literary equivalent of the author soliciting votes for prom queen.
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