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PostPosted: Wed Jul 08, 2009 11:14 am 
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I didn't bring up grass, Ryan A did. Although oddly if you read his original post carefully, he may have been confused as to what I meant by "rabbit starvation." I never advocated eating grass - my only point is that some of it is digestible. Les Stroud eats it all the time when he's stranded somewhere. :-)


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Les Stroud will eat anything.


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Same with Bear Gyrlls

YUmmmmm Elephant poo lol


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Well maybe you can get 30 or 40 more feet of intestines added so you can be a post gastric fermenter like a gorilla. If it came from an herbivore it might give you the ability to digest cellulose. You can eat leaves too.

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Bah, do not for one second compare Les Stroud to that pansy cheater Bear Gryllis.


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frogbyte wrote:
Bah, do not for one second compare Les Stroud to that pansy cheater Bear Gryllis.


ohhh here we go...

Man vs wild is like entertainment with some good tips on survival.
While Survivor man is more serious and is actual survival.

I like watching both of them and although bear does do some crazy $h1t that no one should do, he basically shows that it can be done, if done right.

Les stroud is definitely allot more realistic.


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