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Podcast #229 - How Well Would We Survive in the Wild

Mar 30, 2024
to me, it's like watching it started with mountain men which in my opinion is a way of overproducing these guys who just like to do it regularly and it's like because a a a a a Eustace must plant his kale before this one comes. freeze or else you won't have a harvest in the spring. do 2 2 2 2 I'm like, okay, you know, but let's take it down like a thousand, no, but that's like not even the norm for those types of shows, so I was watching that and I watched the whole first season, I really liked it and I thought I was. on Hulu because there was only one season of mountain men on Hulu so I bought the other ones on YouTube because really, although it's overproduced in a bit dramatic, I'm not really into the good character, the first season follows three grown men who are men mountain, one lives in Montana, it's adorable. his name is Tom, he has a wife, his entire season revolves around this grizzly bear who may or may not be somewhere around his property, he's very dramatic, the other guy is named Eustace, he lives in North Carolina and makes a living their land, which is interesting to see. because unlike Tom, who may or may not be fighting a bear, he just lives off his land, so he likes hunting and you know, all the heat at one point he catches a cold and walks into the woods and starts to eat a strange root, it's quite unpleasant and then, my boy Marty, who lives in Alaska and is a fur trapper, so he travels like on a plane and has no dollars anywhere, no, that season too.
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I'm a Marty. Oh, Marty's on the plane. Marty, mount your rifle on the wing. of the plane when he flies it, he does it

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. I'm going to say something controversial. I know Moshe, I won't have a clue what I'm talking about, but my boy Marty in Alaska makes those other two look a lot like Marty. flying a plane in the middle of nowhere is controversial I'm just ready, they're all wonderful no, they're all wonderful, but he's basically like the craziest, she ran over his glasses with her snowmobile at one point and he doesn't have instruments similar navigation devices on your plane, so it's always like it's all analog, there's no screen there, yeah, it's like, you just fly with your eyes and you have these big, thick glasses like coke bottles and you run over it with his snowmobile and then he says oh no, I lost my goggles, uh, hopefully I have a backup pair on my plane, he says, I don't know, I can't find it.
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I'm going to have to fly without him like I'm just as crazy as them that they can't overproduce Marty because that can't possibly sound good, no one else is flying there. I was going to say that it sounds irresponsible to other people if you're flying blind,

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here's the thing like in Alaska, that's how A lot of people make you hear about those airliner accidents often because it's something that happens to them. the people that live in that state, not in the cities, and they move around, you know they do their job and he's a trapper so he has to do it. go to the place where he can catch animals and he has his big old tires during the spring and summer yeah so you can land in the middle of a field it's crazy so I saw I really liked it and then before I looked for it the second season on YouTube I watched a show called solo and our trainer was actually yeah, he told us about it, yeah, but I had seen it and it was one of the ones I considered, so the next day I put it on solo and it's spectacular. the concept is, I think there are 10, the first season is all men, but in the second season they have men and women and they send them to Vancouver Island, it's like it's a cold rainforest, like it's so humid it's raining , I think it said 15.
podcast 229   how well would we survive in the wild
For the first 19 days it rained, so all these people who come are like ex-military, you know, they're police, they like people who have good knowledge of survival skills or they do it by trade and they teach other people like that. how they make a living and you see them struggling to even make a fire in that environment and it's very devastating, but the concept is that they send ten survival experts to Vancouver Island, which is just a hellish nightmare of a place to

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and whoever lasts. those who earn more time and are completely alone there is no camera equipment they have to like essentially vlogging about their experience they themselves are equipped with a satellite phone so when they want to tap they can call and many of them do it because of life

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life emergencies, so a bear attacks them, there are wolves, there are that kind of things, you know, for the first few days, their shelters are very basic, you know, they have a shed or a tarp or whatever they can set up to go out. from the rain to stay dry and maybe make a fire, but that certainly doesn't deter a bear from approaching you just because you're completely exposed, but the person who lasts the longest wins $500,000, but what cool concepts, let's throw them all in. out there with their own cameras let's see if they can

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if they can then they will go crazy being alone for so long they will have to film it we will only be with Carla in case they need help send us your images here.
podcast 229   how well would we survive in the wild
Here you go, editor, but just with punches, punches, it makes us money, it's a really great program. Yes, they don't give them anything either. They are allowed 10 survival items when they go out. Most people use like a knife, a tarp or a rope, but they. don't over-edit it or over-produce it, like leaving a lot of the moments in there where people are starting to come to terms with the fact that they miss their loved ones and that they don't have anyone to be with. or talking to or something like that and I really appreciate those moments of honesty that don't cut it, you know, yeah, you're right, I mean, there's no way you like it Wow, filming produces something because there's literally no one to take it to. around these huge Pelican cases with I guess just a bunch of batteries because there's no electricity so they're charging you know they have to power these cameras and yeah I like how they let it breathe in the editing that they actually do.
You see them because there are a lot of moments where you get there and I think one of the most interesting parts of that show is not the physical survival but the mental survival and you start to get a good sense of certain people and how it just takes a toll on them and they and what makes them think and some start to talk about their life and tell stories and question certain decisions and reflect and it's very interesting there's nothing to distract you there's no phone there's no friends there's no oh I'll just go watch a show for a while while I'll do this it's like you're really forced to look at your life non-stop and you can't hide from it and you can't get distracted from it and it starts like it really breaks people a little bit, but in a good way and they're all waiting that experience and most of them understand it, yes.
Everyone signed up almost exactly. I told you one of my favorite shots in the first season is like the guy is standing in front of a tree for too long, like you're thinking if he's okay, like something is happening. yeah, these are standing there in dead silence Hey, did I scare you? Oh, sorry, I'm fine, it's the 15th. How are you doing? Like you know you're starting to become like a bit of a crazy guy, you have no one to talk to. Why are you screaming? I only put you down because you wanted to get down now you want to get up again it's also funny like you

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n't last a day alone Kermit, who

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cry if a Kermit cries in a forest and there is no one there to control him crying, what happens, well, it's also funny, since you mentioned that guy, I forgot, do you remember his name, the guy you're talking about?
Alan Alan, so he's a great example of someone who not only likes to make the best of a shitty situation, but he's also just a naturally entertaining guy, he's funny, he's charismatic, he always avoids Julian, like At first I wasn't a big fan of his, but then I realized that he's a pretty good vlogger, I like him, yeah, I would see him as a vlogger and it's funny because if you take away everything, like a vlogger, you take away all the factors. strangers, the whole location, the family, the friends, the money, the circumstances, all that, all you have is the camera, that's what this show is, it's really like who can make an entertaining like a story really about what is happening to you.
Wow in nature and some of these people are nasty. Some of these people are surprisingly entertaining in situations where you wonder how you can listen well, so if you were because I have I always wondered well, like when we watch Survivor, when you watch a show like that, how would I do it well? How would you do it in the first place? He couldn't make a fire, as if those survival experts were struggling to make a fire. I mean, nobody. crash-and-burn, yes, but if I was in a setting where I could make a fire, it was dry, it wasn't that terrible, scary environment, maybe it would be okay, but I feel like if there wasn't a camera, it would be a lot . harder because it gives you a tangible task as boredom really starts to set in when filming and talking to a camera like there is so much to learn on those shows, half of them give you tutorials and explain all their survival knowledge to you.
It's really exciting to watch, but that kills a lot of time. By doing so, it kills a lot of time and also keeps you feeling like you are awake and have something to do every day. You know its purpose if the camera wasn't there. like it's much more like a feeling of crushing and loneliness, yeah, nothing's happening, right, step on the hermit, don't step on the audio equipment, karmak, don't do that. I feel like if I were in that situation, this is what it would be like. It can be really comforting to know that you have something to do well, so I think a lot of them excel at it and don't do it well because, in theory, that's someone to talk to, even if you're talking to myself, but how many times have you done it?
You blogged alone and it feels a little better because you're not okay, yeah it's kind of like an audience, yeah it's like venting to a friend or you know some people, they like it's my therapy. I can talk to a camera or whatever. That kind of concept, but when some of them start to lose control they're hungry, they're thirsty, they're sleep deprived, they start talking. I remember one of them saying, "I woke up this morning and I was so excited to get started." talking to the camera because I feel like you guys are my friends right now and I thought this guy would probably never have said that in his life about a camera and talking to a camera because it's such a weird thing to do, but you're right, it becomes a little bit his rock.
I feel like if I did something like that, I feel like a lot of people would be genuinely concerned about my well-being, but I would be fine because that's really who I am. out of control when I'm alone, you know what I'm saying, so I have a question for you: what would you do better in a social game like Survivor or in an antisocial game? I would like to be alone, first of all. He would do amazing with both of them. I'm kidding. I'd probably leave him alone. You don't think you'd do it right. I think I would do well, since I grew up doing those things.
That's what I'm saying, but I think you'd do well. anyone, but I like the idea of ​​that place with the wolves and the bear, there's definitely

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life there. I would be lying to myself if I said I couldn't excel in that environment. I just can't because I fear for your life from animals without any kind of protection level is really scary. I don't know how much they were told before the experience, but if I signed up to do a survival show like that and I read anywhere there would be literal wolves and bears right next door. my camp, I'm not going to do that, I'm not even going to go into that scenario, yeah, I mean, there are a lot of things you can do to deter them and protect yourself, but when it comes down to it, if a bear decides it wants what it wants are you or she's hungry or she's not afraid of you, that's game over, no, she's going to fight a bear, good luck, but I think I would do better in a social situation as a survivor, yeah, well, because I feel like, statistically, I think The people who make the most on Survivor are like middle-aged women, but in theory the people who do the stuff based on the show are the most well-rounded people, so there are people who are relatively athletic and you know they work relatively hard. in the camp.
Don't make other people dependent on them, who are relatively good socially, like just your person, that high school player, yeah, but you're not, you know, excel in athletics, you don't excel like in the social game, so yeah, but if you're the most well-rounded person, they tend to do the best, I would say that's you, I mean, you're, you're well-rounded, so I would say that you're more athletic than most people, but you're also, I don't know that the social It's interesting, right? Because socially you're good with people that anyone you meet likes you, it's hard not to like them, but at the same time I feel like you possess a certain level of skill. when it comes to people liking to listen and really liking to listen, you know, I mean a lot of people went to college, well, a lot of people don't do that and they don't know how to do it, so I think yeah was it ever like a real advantage in your game, it would be yes, but I think it would do much better in a situation wherethose things without you, but yeah, I'm going to watch some just before I fall asleep because you passed out the moment your head hit the pillow because you have a gift from God, do you do it again?
That's right, it is, I think it's a curse, people have a hard time falling asleep, I think it's a blessing curse because I'm not like that, like I'm so comfortable in our bed with you, no, I'm serious. , since in my situation we don't stay together, we're just friends okay okay okay in my cot next to your bed I feel very comfortable but since in a hotel I'm a disaster at sleeping every time I went on last minute trips I was a disaster at sleeping Lo I hate, I slept three hours maybe at a time and I would have to listen to the sleep with me

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to fall asleep, so it's like, I have to be in my nest after you, my place of safety, otherwise I can't sleep , so I know.
The feeling is as if I were not able to sleep. I just can't get it at home. Yeah, okay, do you want to see them alone real quick? Yes, I'll just stay lying here. Can I, baby, good night, is this really a nightmare? I've had like I fall asleep while I'm live and then wake up. I think, oh my God, I fall asleep well. I thought even though we're not much, but you know what I mean, mm-hmm, so I get stressed, sleepy, yeah, baby, Peter says the

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's over, you should sit on my lap, okay, okay, Peachy called, it's not over, the little lady sings and she just says, I'm like a little time, we're down there. yeah that's nice, well let's actually do a double shout out to our favorite content on the internet.
Daniel reffing amazes that incredible link. He just released a rosy song. He's been making songs about dogs and about us and he's also amazing and he's very talented. so listen to it, watch it below, he made the song PG, what's it called? It's a really cute thing, but it's adorable, so check it out, it's our favorite thing this week. I also want to say a lot. of you and this is our fault but a lot of you said where the podcast was this week and a lot of you and Twitch chat on Twitter everywhere the podcast is and it's partly our fault because we didn't explicitly say next week is by Julian. birthday we're not going to apologize so many games we had a lot yeah we had a lot I think we were recording with Debbie we couldn't think of that so I want to thank you for your patience and I'm sorry I did it and here it is. another advanced warning, okay, there is a week at the beginning of May.
I don't hear the exact date, maybe May 1st or something like that, the week of May 1st, there's no podcast that Monday, we were taking our first vacation and we never took vacations. We were leaving town to get off work and we're going far, far, far away, not so far, far away, there might not be any podcasts on the 6th, right? You're right, it's May 6th. May 6th there will be no podcast, we will be out of town on vacation. so mark your calendars and when Monday comes around don't wonder where we are because we're on vacation from everything, from everything we were really doing, but thank you all for hanging out to watch another episode and that's Kermit's tail, Yeah.
See you next, see you guys, bye.

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