Monthly Archives: September 2015

Summoned by the General

Well over a hundred data collectors are bouncing around the Colombian countryside, working on surveying over 20,000 households for the evaluation I’m working on. Twenty of them got stopped yesterday in a remote county not far from the birthplace of … Continue reading

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Back from Kaintuck – with the Moron Brothers!

Kyna, Dad and I went to Kentucky. You can’t go to Kentucky without seeing horses:   This one is a stallion that is rented out for his… prowess. If you know what I mean. It’s creepy in that they tie … Continue reading

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Working, working, working

I read an old article by Oliver Sacks yesterday, about the Sabbath and keeping it holy. He was raised Orthodox in the Jewish faith and the Sabbath was really the Sabbath. In Washington DC I used to go to Shabbat … Continue reading

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Persian cuisine, and a domestic shorthair cat

I’m thinking about my friend Shane today, so I’m going to write about food. I had an amazing meal last weekend with a nice new friend here in Bogota, Raha. Here she is explaining the dishes: [wpvideo W5bbm7rk] [wpvideo 6FxkhzVe] … Continue reading

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