Nicholas Say grew up in Ann Arbor, Michigan with a father that would read him the Wall St. Journal.
He has traveled extensively around the world and been lucky enough to study a wild global economy as it shifts into what can only be described as “scrumtrulescent”.
Nicholas spent many years in the Southern Cone of South America, sometimes in the middle of absolutely nowhere, draining a whiskey bottle as he dreamed of a better way of living.
Now he lives in the Far East and writes on a variety of subjects. He supposes that ‘nowhere’ is perhaps the only truth there is.