Born: June 7, 1974
Edward Michael Grylls, nicknamed Bear is a British adventurer, writer and television presenter. He is best known for his television series Born Survivor, known as Man vs. Wild in the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand.
Well hurry up and figure it out, I ralely am anxious to see the Family Reunion pictures since I wasn't able to enjoy it as I was "forced" to go enjoy Chicago...xoxoxTina Comment submit on Sat, 01 Mar 2014 20:39:25
I was born in 1922 in a cave in the mountains of weertsn canada at an altitude of 6000 ft. to parents who were refugees from society. I wore oak bark for diapers until I was 9 months old when I began to shit in the woods. I ate wild plants and animals (no insects)and helped my old man build a log cabin from deadfall trees when I was 9 years old. I didn't wear clothing until I was 15 and then it was only hides from animals like racoons and wolves. We made fire in the wild from rubbing sticks together and kept a fire going all the time at the cave and the cabin.Les Stroud is my great grandson and can whup Bear Grylls ass any day any time.I admit that grylls can eat more shit and drink more piss than Les, but so what? That makes him a shit eating, piss drinking pansy in my book. I also notice that he like to drop his pants on almost every show like the one where he gave himself a shit water enema on his raft to nowhere. I think he like to play with his equipment in almost every show. Anybody like Grylls who thinks jumping from rock to rock and into unknown pools of water from high places is masculine is an idiot.Les may be a little boring to some of you stupid couch potatoes who couldn't find their way out of the back yard ought to try doing what Grylls does eat some of your own shit and drink a glass of piss and see what excitement really is.I now live in a large downtown condo in New York City from profits I am making on both shows.Suck it! Comment submit on Sun, 02 Mar 2014 05:13:11
During the years 1986 to 1989, and again from 1994 to 2001, with my family (not one, but two wives fercod to betray me or go to jail) and businesses destroyed by IRS, and with my enemy having taken effective steps to assure that I would never again be gainfully employed, I moved to the wilderness and lived entirely in the wild and off the land. An orphan abandoned by parents, I lived in a sod hut I built myself by a river back home during my high school years. Most of my food came from nature in the form of hunting, fishing, and foraging. Having returned to civilization after 9-11 (the government were too busy to keep harassing me, I guess), I sometimes watch the two programs being discussed here, and frequently point out to friends errors made by the two experts. And, make no mistake, both Stroud and Grylls are real experts. The difference is that of lenght of experience. When there is no one covering for you, watching from nearby to assure that you're okay, and you stay in the wild for months or years rather than being rescued on a regular basis, you learn long-term survival (what works for a week will often get you in a hell of a mess, given months of time).Still, both of these shows are worth the viewer's while. Anyone who has climbed Everest (at twenty-three years of age) as Grylls has is obviously a real stud. And anyone who thinks survival in the wilderness is boring simply gives himself away for the typical U.S. male that he is. The virtual reality of TV and the movies is a whole lot different than Mother Nature. Comment submit on Tue, 04 Mar 2014 09:51:43