I was expecting an American Voodoo boom due to the Katrina diaspora. But according to today's Tribune, Voodoo's cousin, Santeria, has already been gaining in popularity for some time.
As a matter of fact, Ozzie Guillen, the manager of the World-Series-winning White Sox, is an avowed devotee and pays for animals to be sacrificed for good causes.
Sport is a hotbed of superstition,
So I expect some competition.
I'm sure somewhere there's a Yankees booster
Who's already sacrificed a rooster.