"For every problem, there is a solution that is simple, neat, and wrong." (Henry Louis Mencken)
“The modern mind is in complete disarray. Knowledge has stretched itself to the point where neither the world nor our intelligence can find any foot-hold. It is a fact that we are suffering from nihilism.” (Albert Camus)
- Lessons in Compromise
- The Autumn of 16,647 Kilometers of Lateral Drift
- Trading Rainbow Trout for a Better Mousetrap
- Cold Season Aquaponics in Underutilized Greenhouses– How to Improve the Livelihood of the Family Farmer
- Revised Lunatic Farmer’s Guide to Aquaponics over the Frigid New England Winter
- The Lunatic Farmer’s Guide to Aquaponics over the Frigid New England Winter
- From Algae to Wabbits– A Revised Aquaponic System Design
- Bombs, Barrels, and Beans on Toast
- Building the Cube– Part 2– Arrival of the Hermit
- Building the Cube– Part 1
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About the Author
Richard was raised in Stow, Massachusetts. His interest in Asia, especially Japan, took him overseas, where he's been an expat his entire adult life-- assuming he ever grew up. He works as a sales rep for the greatest Japanese company there is, splits his time living in Thailand and Laos, and cannot stop getting involved in things well over his head. In addition to having a pub in Thailand, now he's got a coffee plantation on the Bolaven Plateau in Laos where he intends to experiment with sustainable farming. If he's trying to get home, he's certainly going the wrong way.