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    Chris McCandless is still talked about today 24 years after his death because of the controversy surrounding him, Jon Krakauer along with people like Ken Sleight characterize Chris as a one of the bravest people in the world for venturing off into the wilderness by himself to fulfill his dreams meanwhile people like Craig Medred believe that Chris was naive and foolish, and deserved death. At the end of the day, I believe that Chris’ adventure was unsuccessful and was not a great story like…

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    Alaskan Wilderness, he has made a few friends along the way. There are a lot of advantages and disadvantages to living on the road, so is life on the road suitable for everyone? Put yourself in Chris McCandless’ shoes; you’re alone and traveling to Alaska, you voluntarily did this to yourself with little food, a bunch of books and it's just you and the road. How long would you travel the road for: a month,…

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    hated their general way of life for they lived as people who avoided the natural, and always had a plan for the future. Mccandless did have his plans, but they weren't as strict he always wanted to go out into nature. He especially wanted to go up to Alaska, but he never actually planned certain ways of getting there. He wanted to wander through the lands without a map and see the natural beauty of everything. His reasoning for hitchhiking out and surviving the wilderness was simply…

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    When Chris completely abandons his life, he travels for two years moving all along the southwestern United States, and eventually moves to the Magic Bus in Alaska. This bus is where Chris’s dead body is found in September of 1992, along with an S.O.S note he wrote when he realized he is close to death. The environment in which Chris lived for that extended period of time is vital to his story; this isn’t like a boy scouting trip in which you bring your grocery store graham crackers, marshmallows…

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    Fogliasso, Christine E., and Margie Washburn. "Arctic National Wildlife Refuge: A Refuge For America?." Insights To A Changing World Journal 1 (2012): 38-51.Academic Search Complete. Web. 7 Oct. 2015. There are many wildlife species in the arctic regions ranging from, birds, caribou herds, polar bears, and more. The porcupine caribou herds are the main food source for the villages that live the subsistence lifestyle in the Arctic region.The expectations of drilling regarding to wildlife are…

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    “To build a fire” In this story, “To build a fire”, there is a man who has many failures in life. The man was not prepared for the cold. Steven took food over clothes. His clothes were frozen and he used the fire to cook food. He made the mistake of not taking someone with him when he went on the trip. He made a lot of mistakes, in which led to his death. The young man went unprepared to the Yukon. He didn’t bring extra supplies. For example, his socks and shoes were frozen and he went…

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    Although Christopher McCandless was definitely one of a kind, there are people much like him. For example Marc Paterson a young man much like McCandless himself. In Fact Paterson was inspired by McCandless! Paterson wanted to see what it was like to be in McCandlesses shoes! To take a look “Into The Wild” himself. Paterson wants to do just as McCandless, challenge himself to live outside of society and outside of the norm. They both wanted to explore and test themselves! They both have the…

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    McCandless’s decision to discard his identity and past life without a backward look was something that is understandable yet shouldn’t have happened. As stated in the article, his sister believed that his reason for leaving “in that extreme way, to go without telling anyone where he was…” was due to “a physically abusive, chaotic childhood that both siblings were forced to conceal.” This allows people to comprehend why he left under such drastic terms. However, he should not have left without…

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    Alaska. This was the goal for Chris McCandless and also his devastating end. He traveled all the way from Atlanta, Georgia to Alaska and met his death caused by starvation in an abandoned bus. In “Into The Wild”, Chris's death is announced in the beginning, while the movie doesn't reveal that until the very end. Also unlike the movie, the book is narrated entirely by Jon Krakauer in which he talks to people Chris met on his journey. The characters talked about Chris's death and how he impacted…

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    Negligence Case

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    To review a copy of the suppliers shipping records I would use the discovery method of document production. For document production I would need to submit a written request for the suppliers shipping records. To preserve the testimony of the Alaskan fisherman I would use the discovery method of deposition. A deposition is a formal questioning of a witness outside of court that is transcribed by a court reporter and can be referenced during trial. To get the supplier to admit before trial, that…

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