I've started reading Into the Wild by Jon Krakuer.Say what you want about Alex/Chris but you cannot deny how inspiring he is.He was ill-prepared for his journey into the Yukon but by god did he go all in.What can we learn from his mistakes? What can we gain from his lifestyle?
>>17279199We learned that you can’t live without society.
>>17279199most know to avoid onions, few the irreparable damage of turning into a potatoboy
>>17279199Don't eat the berries
>>17279311He looks like a demon
>>17279199We've all dreamed it, but that yahoo lived it.
>>17279546I feel like if he picked a more friendly environment he would've come out unscathed.Alaska is no place to "experiment"
>>17279199He wasn't some Waldenesque hero, he was a mentally ill man who needed help but didn't get it because of a toxic family environment. It's disgusting how the author completely twisted the facts for his book.https://www.ledger-enquirer.com/living/article28974580.htmlhttps://www.adn.com/books/article/fiction-jon-krakauers-wild/2015/01/10/https://www.outsideonline.com/1927741/does-wild-truth-tell-true-story-chris-mccandless
>>17279199He was a mentally ill weirdo with a suicide fetish who created a whole generation of mentally ill weirdos who follow his suicide worshipping cult read Walden and Sand county almanac instead for your own good