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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