Getting in the rhythm here in the USA. Today was a tour of two TNF stores, one to register Kaburaki for the Endurance challenge on Saturday. We took care of that downtown SF at the Post Street store. Great store and fun vibe with a lot of competitors coming in to sign up and get their bibs etc., Then while Kaburaki was getting a massage we checked out the MOMA museum that was just around the corner. Great choice, it was a cool selection of artwork and a nice shot of inspiration! Highly recommended 18 dollars well spent. Just try to spend more time than we did, only had an hour!
Must watch Documentary about the history of cash flow and our modern day problems with the monopoly money.
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A documentary movie about Nuclear Power and the movement against it is going to be shown at Sapporo Provo Cafe on the 4th and 5th of June. I am looking forward to checking it out with other interested folks. If you have the time please stop by and check it out.
Since the whole world has been shaken up with the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear disaster here in Japan, I think it is time we all start thinking about the bigger picture again. Here is a great documentary that covers all of the problems we are facing today and the recent history of how those problems came to be in Politics and business. A must watch documentary hosted by Woody Harrelson.
Is there a documentary out there that deals specifically with power company’s and the monopoly that they have over our economic system? If anybody knows of a good one let me know I want to watch and study up.
It has been really interesting to watch the events unfold here in Japan the last few weeks. Tokyo and the economy there in is completely at the mercy of a single power company. TEPCO. They lose two nuclear power plants and suddenly rolling black outs are wreaking havoc on life and the economy of the worlds largest city. A single privately owned company is the controlling factor of that economy. Of course now TEPCO will not be private for much longer, the Japanese government is going to have to step in and save the company.
The guys at Niseko Photography made a relief trip to the Tohoku area last week and just made a short film about their trip! Great effort guys and nice to see the smiles on the locals faces as they receive the goods!
I know the snowboard community made a quick effort to donate old snowboard wear and from what I heard a huge amount was gathered and I know that Nobu made a trip to the Hachinohe area to personally deliver a truck load. I threw in 5 old sets of wear I had laying around and it was great to see all the crew I know pulling out old wear to give away.
Really nice to see locals taking things into their own hands trying to get relief where it is needed asap! Lets keep it happening!
Check out the film here.
Big thanks to Paul Mittleman for finding this classic docu on reggae in the UK!
Tech shots with tight editing, and a great Irish accent narration! Love it.