Blogging on bureaucracy, organizations, USDA, agriculture programs, American history, the food movement, and other interests. Often contrarian, usually optimistic, sometimes didactic, occasionally funny, rarely wrong, always a nitpicker.
Friday, June 17, 2011
How Come Japan's Life Expectancy Is So High When Fruits Are Expensive
Via Marginal Revolution, a Wall Street Journal piece on the $4000 Japanese watermelon, with mention in passing of their other pricey fruits.