and answering questions about the elections in Zimbabwe. A listener called in and asked what Americans, given their general tunnel-vision and a growing apathy with the state of affairs, could take away from other nations experience of democracy . You could hear Bishop Tutu giggling all the while the caller spoke. When he finally replied, he paused and said : Well, if I were to be truly facetious I would suggest that you learn how to count. He then continued with a serious and considered answer.