> Naegal spent his time disparaging Phillippino self-help efforts which are
> (1) easy to learn, (2) cheap to impliment, (3) have an established cultural
> taste and market acceptance, and (4) convert waste to valuable products.
> Naegal has made no effort to educate himself, but uses his time destructively
> to discourage, rather than constructively to encourage. Naegle owes an
> explanation for this aberrant behavior.
Quite the contrary, Naegal asks the very real questions that we would all
like to see answered. Very easy to grow, yes, but if mushrooms and rabbits
are not part of the Phillippino diet, then where is the market?
Rather than bashing Naegal, try answering his questions. It would serve us
all a lot better.
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