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#98908 - 07/01/07 10:22 PM Bear and Les
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It sure would be interesting to see Bear Grills or Les Strouds have a show where they had there EDC and a PSK and PFK Then go for 5 to 7 days smile
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#98909 - 07/01/07 11:38 PM Re: Bear and Les [Re: big_al]
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i would like to see them evaluate all the store bought personal survival kits on the market...yes, that would be a show worth watching..vince g. 11b inf.

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#98911 - 07/01/07 11:58 PM Re: Bear and Les [Re: 11BINF]
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I'd include Ray Mears into the mix
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#98912 - 07/02/07 12:04 AM Re: Bear and Les [Re: Themalemutekid]
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I second the ray mears inclusion. Besides, he's a lot more enjoyable to listen to.

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#98914 - 07/02/07 12:19 AM Re: Bear and Les [Re: big_al]
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Let's include Doug since he's pretty well reviewed most all of it already. Plus, Doug needs some TV time!
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#98918 - 07/02/07 01:18 AM Re: Bear and Les [Re: big_al]
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That could be interesting. I always wanted to see Steven Segal (before he blimped out) and Chuck Norris go at it for real..
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#98919 - 07/02/07 01:24 AM Re: Bear and Les [Re: OldBaldGuy]
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Originally Posted By: OldBaldGuy
That could be interesting. I always wanted to see Steven Segal (before he blimped out) and Chuck Norris go at it for real..


I always wondered how good those guys really were too, and how much was just great choreography? I know they both study, and are pretty accomplished, but...
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#98922 - 07/02/07 01:33 AM Re: Bear and Les [Re: Be_Prepared]
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They have both, from what I have heard, won lotsa trophies too, but I don't think either have ever gone "full contact"...
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#98928 - 07/02/07 03:07 AM Re: Bear and Les [Re: OldBaldGuy]
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I 'chatted' with Mr Seagull concerning the drink he offered my then Girlfriend as we dined in Malibu. Something about my classic loose stance of Judo and swearing in irish changed his mind. A few months later a few toughs bullied him out of another eatery after insulting his family. Now Frank Sinatra, who I met at a Westwood Bar midweek and gave my pack of Camels when he forgot his? If you insulted his family he'd be in your face. It's called street survival. It would be fun to watch all the names get together. But to make it doubly fun lets scrounge up some Alaska homesteaders, homeless people and that guy who hosts SURVIVOR. whistle


Edited by Chris Kavanaugh (07/02/07 03:08 AM)

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#98936 - 07/02/07 05:20 AM Re: Bear and Les [Re: Be_Prepared]
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Originally Posted By: Be_Prepared

I always wondered how good those guys really were too, and how much was just great choreography? I know they both study, and are pretty accomplished, but...


The guy who could hold his own of that generation was Benny Urquidez, the real deal.

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