Monthly Archives: October 2009

Calling Out the Buccaneer-Scholars

The word¬†buccaneer is woefully underused. It’s vibrant, bringing to mind all sorts of lively images. Apparently, buccaneers in history were, aside from the pillaging, remarkably progressive. According to The Invisible Hook: The Hidden Economics of Pirates by Peter T. Leeson,¬†pirates … Continue reading

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Edible Knowledge

Find the vital and wondrous learning that is directly related to food. Continue reading

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Learning from Wisdom of Elder Farmers

Perhaps each thing we look upon with love somehow is more likely to endure. Continue reading

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