just a fun video on the differences between English as spoken in Malaysia and America.
So I am in Macau and Hong Kong for a few days. Today I saw this window display at a people’s bank of China branch. I’ve always wondered the extent to which the pboc actually encourages gold purchases from the populace. I guess when you combine things like this with the stuff that willhelm middlekoop […]
I have been using some of my free time in Malaysia trying to figure out how to build a house for when I return to the U.S. There’s lots of time spent on Pinterest and YouTube trying to figure out foundations, designs, Sketchup, building systems and techniques. I ran into a cool site about a […]
By Daisy Luther – The Organic Prepper The SHTF might be a lot more subtle than an EMP or a massive natural disaster. We preppers tend to think in black and white, but there are some gray threats out there that few are considering. What if, instead of a total power outage, our country suffered […]
I’m not really sure how to describe durian. The Wikipedia describes it this way: Regarded by many people in southeast Asia as the “king of fruits”, the durian is distinctive for its large size, strong odour, and formidable thorn-covered husk. The fruit can grow as large as 30 centimetres (12 in) long and 15 centimetres […]
One of the things I wanted to try while in Malaysia, just because I knew I would have some free time, is to make home-made bacon. I bought some Pink salt from Kalustyan’s back in New York, and toted it over here. I don’t think I am going to try to smoke it, just because […]
LadySuff gets here eggs from this egg guy at the market. She bought probably 6 dozen eggs today at 29-40 sen a piece. Some were for us and some for AuntySuff. Some of the country chicken eggs go for 60 sen a piece depending on where you buy them.