There are more cows in my backyard! The sound of bells means the cows have come for a visit. I haven’t seen them since the last time I wrote about it, mostly because they usually stay on the far side of the irrigation ditch that separates our back wall from a dirt road running parallel […]
I woke to the sound of bells and a desultory “moo.” Like my bro said, now I’m in the inaka. I like it.
Well, more of the empty lot next door than our backyard, but hey, the important thing here is the cows, right? If you’ve stuck around this blog since I made my move to Maha Sarakham, Thailand, you know that I’m somewhat obsessed with the flora and fauna surrounding me (whether I end up eating it […]
A continuation of the Cows in My Backyard series. Sidenote: I’ve noticed missing graphics here and there as a result of our recent move to a new webhost. I’ll fix these soon, but in the meantime, clicking on the placeholder for a missing graphic on this site will almost always bring it up full size […]
As I said in my last post, the cows in my backyard were a sign, and who the hell am I to ignore a sign? Either God or the cows were telling me to have a barbecue. So I fired up my brand new GhettoGrill and much meat was consumed, and all was good with […]
Dude. This is my greatest accomplishment in years. I inadvertently stumbled onto two Neal Stephenson short stories YOU NEVER EVEN KNEW EXISTED. Spew is on the WIRED site, but I guess I just never found it until now. I am posting the entirety of the Great Simoleon Caper in the extended entry of this post […]