Today in Heritage History, June 2, 1918, Pygmies are discovered in Dutch New Guinea. Believing that they had discovered Santa’s Kwanzaa workshop and elves, entrepreneurs began flocking to New Guinea with hopes of opening Kwanzaa gift shops and amusement parks, catering to the influx of new tourists. The world realized that it had made a terrible mistake after discovering the Barbecued Brit Cafe deep in the New Guinea bush, featuring an every Wednesday night “all-the-Brits-you-can-eat-buffet”, and team blow dart competition.