Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego

The Great Island of the Land of Fire is the southernmost point of the Americas. Punta Arenas is the nearest city, however it is in Chile and the 2014 cycling expedition will begin in Argentina. Isla Grande is split between the two countries and derives its name from the early explorer, Ferdinand Magellan, who believed the Amerindians had lit fires in preparation for ambush of his armada. Charles Darwin visited next and took a few of the natives back to England. Cervecería Fueguina brew three types of beer that they affectionately named Beagle after Darwin’s ship.

2014 “untitled american dream” documentary project

The closing of another year opens up ideas for the people who will travel from Ohio to South America on the road circulating Paper Campfire and documenting those who plan to cycle from Argentina to Canada. The 2014 FIFA World Cup may be in the mix as well, or not. Before 2013 comes, this project hopes to have a crew outline and further information, which will be featured at the digital Paper Campfire site. Email for more details. “This is a time for American heroes and we reach for the stars.” Time to show what the new generation is capable of and retake our image as the one’s who will do whatever it takes to keep the world running a little while longer so we can enjoy this wonderful life. Visit event link.

A follow up return to address collapse

So much is owned from inventions to ideas. The stories of the past that have inspired us to act have become monopolized by entertainment and credit cards. Since so much time is spent trying to determine the original angles before becoming absorbed by some form of sponsorship or another, the person in conversation is left only with pop culture references. This is why the next project could involve a screenplay behind the rise of some form of universal apocalyptic scenario that has become difficult to address due to the increased defense expenditures in an attempt to prevent any unsettling event. The parallel to terrorism is obvious but with a forward twist and assumed conditions based upon some sort of greater force, the people maintain hope that security must never come before freedom. However, in the modern democracies of today and manipulation through the media, it only takes a message with an audience to really influence the decisions that lead to reality. In the late 1990s, the government did not know how to address terrorism and speculated whether it was a national security matter or simply a law enforcement responsibility. Failing to prevent an attack that struck a chord in all the population, law enforcement was combined with national security as a sort of total control of a world further slipping away from influence and change. Beyond the economy, the people have become dissatisfied with public servants who appear to be corrupt or in league with the controversial. Even though there are obvious needs that must be met by society’s response, the majority would prefer to not talk about it. The first step to solving a problem is acknowledging that there is one. Fight beyond that urge to forget that it took so long to finally realize that the world was not all good things, that there is evil in the world that will throw the balance off with violence. What does violence solve though? Is that the answer, to meet force with force and hope that the habits of a fighter end in defeat. It cannot be ignored though. The failure to addressing a problem will only deepen our problems and worsen our fears. Our attempts to put the responsibility in someone else’s hands has corrupted our own understanding of democracy and freedom. An election passes with apathetic bureaucrats and strategic fame seekers driving the momentum for addresses a clear and present danger. There is a film that has just been released onDemand with those who see the problem and urge on those addressing it to sincerely rise. Everyone must together stand and press forward. I imagine that it would all be a lot easier if we worked together.