Red Stripe, an inexpensive Jamaican export, gained popularity in the U.S. in lockstep with reggae and Rasta.
I had offered him a mortal insult and stirred up a worse hornet's nest than Rasta's push.
First of all, there was Rasta, whom I had insulted and who wouldn't forget it in a hurry.
He did not notice Rasta, and walked straight to the table and plumped down his burden on it.
My friend Rasta was standing by the table, on which he had laid an envelope.
I told him about Rasta, and he agreed that I had done right.
I am bound to say for Rasta that he was a man of quick action.
The next second Peter had wrenched the pistol from Rasta's hand and had gripped his throat.
This Rasta thought he had found a chance of delaying us, so he invents this trash about spies.
In a hectic sentence I bade him get Rasta's orderly out of the place on any pretext, and tell him his master would return later.