"Matthew J. Dick is frequently described by those who have had the pleasure of his acquaintance as "at once masculine, sensitive and poetic", apparently without irony. An idler and a shirker, he tries to avoid challenging activity of any kind lest he finds it tedious. More acute (awake) readers may interpret this as a fear of failure, but that is entirely untrue: Dick has no fear of failure, it being a life-long companion of his. The author is often charged with being a killjoy, an accusation which never fails to delight him. He dislikes coriander. Intensely".
Sierra Leone, the 43rd state to have received his scrutiny. Across the Atlantic from Africa, over on IP Tango, Patricia Covarrubia writes on geographical indication protection for marble which originates from Cachoeiro de Itapemirim in Brazil.