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Lots of folks are heading afield in grizzly country packing 10mm pistols these days. But is that the best option? There are certainly handguns with more oomph. What about handguns with less oomph? What attributes should a person prioritize? Velocity? Foot pounds of energy? Bullet diameter? Bullet weight? Bullet construction? Shootability? Mark Boardman and Ryan Muckenhirn bear down on this topic from a position of having never been there. Luckily most of us haven't, but it is something to think about if likely finding yourself in bear country.As always, we want to hear your feedback! Let us know if there are any topics you'd like covered on the Vortex Nation™ podcast by asking us on Instagram @vortexnationpodcast
Camp Nightmare welcomes filmmaker and happy camper Michael Tuthill to talk about a sub-genre of creature features we simply call Bear Movies. We cover everything from 70's films like Grizzly and Prophecy to more modern takes like The Edge and Cocaine Bear!
Chewing the Scenery Horror Movie Podcast
Episode 353 is a trip to 1976. America was excited about the Bicentennial and sharks. Great white sharks. The previous year set it off with Spielberg's big screen hit, “Jaws” and it wasn't going away. As you might expect, the imitators would come. “Grizzly” was one of them. This movie is more fun and exciting that you might think, and it has an explosive ending! Find us on Instagram where we are @chewingthescenery or easily find us on Facebook. CTS can be found on Soundcloud, Stitcher, Apple Music and anywhere fine podcasts can be found. Please rate, review, subscribe- it really does help new listeners find us! #horror #horrormovies #horrornerd #horroraddict #horrorjunkie #monsterkid #bmovie #scarymovies #monstermovie #podcast #chewingthescenery #zombies #zombie #VHS #moviemonsters #grizzly #itcamefromthe70s #1976 #williamgirdler #cocainebear
The long fabled, sometimes loved and mostly hated SLC T3 has gone the way of the dodo. What's next for KK? The boys discuss that, Nemmy, Grizzly, Mine Blower, Cedar Fair's chaperone policy, your fan questions and so much more in this episode!
We're celebrating 25 year of the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center! In part one, of a two part series, Rebecca and Shannon chat learn the origin story of the center. Jane Weber shares how it came to be, and some behind-the-scenes-stories involving a Grizzly bear. More about the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center: https://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea/hlcnf/recarea/?recid=61458
Ben Maller talks about the Grizzlies dominating the Lakers in Game 5 & if this is a referendum on LeBron James, Maller to the Third Degree, and much more!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Panagiotis Tarinidis AKA Pana returns to KOTL for his most honest podcast yet. For the first time Pana reveals the personal struggles of 2022, the back story behind the competitions, rivals in his weight class, the difference between France and other Powerlifting nations, his encounter with Grizzly (and a story you need to hear), and much more! Hosted by 6 Pack Lapadat
This week is a typical news episode. We talk about Johny Rockets closing, a Boardwalk update, Grizzly news from Kings Dominion, CoasterMania!, Kings Island Opening Day and more.
Respect My Region Presents: The RMR Podcast
The RMR Podcast: Music, Cannabis, and Marketing Welcome to episode 64 of the RMR Podcast, the Green Fiction team joins Mitch to discuss their trans-media universe created around cannabis and superheroes. Green Fiction was birthed as a digital comic anthology series and film to a video game featuring Tee Grizzly and more on the horizon. The creators are filmmakers and content creators from Tacoma, WA with a depth of experience in filmmaking, viral content, and community work. More at www.respectmyregion.com
Point of Contention Zach Harper, Jay King and Will Guillory 5 Topics, 5 Minutes, 5 Points of Contention Take 1: Draymond Green Suspension Take 2: King of the Coaches (Mike Brown COY) Take 3: A Grizzly Poking a Bear (Lakers Grizzlies) Take 4: Suns E-Clipps Take 5: Who can make it a series? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
HOUR 1: Has Memphis taken back control? Your best audio of the day in Sound Check. Should Scherzer have been ejected?
Zac Amico's Midnight Spook Show
Federal wildlife managers have outlined a plan to reassess management of grizzly bears in southwest Montana and central Idaho. The plan follows a court order last month.
What is a mountain man? In days gone by, the mountain man was a rugged individual who carved his life out of the Rocky Mountains, Yukon or Alaska living off the land. Trapping, hunting, fishing and more. Many a boy grew up dreaming of living such a life, but few of us have pursued it with the passion and dedication as Billy Molls. Known as the Modern Day Mountain Man. Billy Molls has guided hunters across the Alaskan wilderness for more than two decades. Hunting Dall sheep and Alaskan-Yukon moose in the Brooks range, Grizzly bears in the western interior and Brown bears on the pennuslia and Kodiak island. Molls has lived a life many of us dream about. Chronicling most of this through a video camera, The Modern Day Mountain Man is a popular channel on YouTube and social media. Billy's open personality and willingness to share his struggles and his faith make his shows a "must-see TV" Today we discuss his life as a guide and his faith journey as he spends months each year in the wilderness of Alaska.
We are in week three of our Guest Picks Month and we are joined by Parker and Angela of Dissect That Film as we talk about 1976's GRIZZLY!
Jeremy and Issac from Grizzly Join us in the studio this week! The guys give us a look on whats changing with Grizzly, some background on the company and what to expect in the future! Enjoy! Use Code WCB at Grizzly Coolers https://www.grizzlycoolers.com/ https://workingclassbowhunter.com/ YouTube Channel https://www.facebook.com/WorkingClassBowhunter/ https://www.instagram.com/workingclassbowhunter/ https://www.tiktok.com/@workingclassbowhunterpod https://twitter.com/WCBOWHUNTER The WCB Podcast is presented by: Elite Archery Scent Crusher - Scent Off. Game On. Camo Fire Big Tine - Attract - Develop - Grow Code: WCB2023 Old Barn Taxidermy Huntworth Gear Code: WCB15 Novix Treestands CODE WCB10 Victory Archery ThermaSeat Code: WCTS Leupold Optics Trophyline CODE WCB2310 Grizzly Hunting Blinds | Code WCB Dialed Archery Free Shipping Code WORKINGCLASS Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
It was late August and Jeremy Evans was excited for sheep season to open up the following day. He had his eye on a band of bighorn ram he'd been watching all summer. That all changed the instant a little brown fur ball ran ten yards in front of him. Jeremy knew immediately that the [...]
Jeff Stanfield & Andy Shaver are joined by author and bear attack survivor, Jeremy Evans. In the summer of 2017, while on a ram hunt, Jeremy found himself between a Grizzly cub and its mother. What happened next is one of the most gruesome bear attacks that anyone has ever been able to survive. Jeremy retells of the attack from that day and his extreme fight for survival on his trek to find safety.
Terry Tempest Williams is a naturalist, environmentalist, and award-winning author. In 2014, on the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act, Ms. Williams received the Sierra Club's John Muir Award honoring a distinguished record of leadership in American conservation. She is currently the Annie Clark Tanner Scholar in Environmental Humanities at the University of Utah. She is the author of many books including Refuge: An Unnatural History of Family and Place (Pantheon 1991), Red: Patience and Passion in the Desert (Vintage Books 2002), When Women Were Birds (Sarah Crichton Books: Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2012) and The Hour of Land: A Personal Topography of America's National Parks (Sarah Crichton Books, Farrar, Straus and Giroux 2016)Interview Date: 6/11/2016 Tags: Terry Tempest Williams, National Parks, sacred lands, mountain lion, Big Bend National Park, Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park, Grizzly bear, wolves, Yellowstone, keystone species, public lands, public commons, Ecology/Nature/Environment, History, Social Change/Politics, Animals, Travel
Ultimate Spider-Cast Ep #223: Amazing Spider-Man #139-#140 & Web of Spider-Man #58 Welcome back to Ultimate Spider-Cast! In this episode, Phil and Lilith begin April Fools month with the first appearances of the villain Grizzly from Amazing Spider-Man #139-#140 (December 1974-January 1975) and Web of Spider-Man #58 (December 1989). PLUS: reviews of NEW issues of Red Goblin, Gold Goblin and other Marvel titles including Hellcat #1. Tune in today and don't forget to review the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, YouTube, and anywhere else you can! Ultimate Spider-Cast's Links → Twitter https://www.twitter.com/UltSpidercast → Instagram https://www.instagram.com/capeslunatics/ → Facebook https://www.facebook.com/UltimateSpiderCast → YouTube https://www.youtube.com/c/CapesandLunatics ==================
LIVE! Video link of this broadcast with Al Hardee at his studio is HERE (youtube): Drive-In movies + Grizzly! + Irwin Allen + AMC movie theater Bezos buyout + Elvis movie impersonator - YouTube Impromptu one-hour LIVE show where Chance & Al talk Drive-In movie theaters + Elvis movie actor just an impersonator? Marvel Studios changes + The Price is Wrong + lots more Nostalgia chat. #driveincinema #driveinmovie #marvelstudios #victoriaalonso #IkePerlmutter #livepodcast #chancebartels #alhardee #atlanta #georgia #nostalgia #nostalgiachat #elvis #driveinmovie #IrwinAllen #TheCityBeneaththeSea #Voyagetothebottomofthesea #thepinkpanther #PrehistoricPink #16mm #16mmfilm #16mmfilmcollecting #driveinmovietheater #amc #amctheaters #jeffbezos #AMCalist #AMCmovietheaterbuyout #selloff #sellout #thenostalgicpodblast #thenostalgicpodblastyoutube #thenostalgicpodblastfacebook
Crime Stories with Nancy Grace
As the legal legwork continues, pushing for the exhumation of Stephen Smith's body, crime screen photos raise important questions about the original investigation. Why was there mud caked on the teen's shoes? Why was his car's gas cap askew? If Steven Smith was hit by a car, why wasn't there more blood at the scene? Nancy Grace talks in-depth with Chris McDonough. He's the Director at the Cold Case Foundation,a former homicide detective, and host of YouTube channel, 'The Interview Room.'See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This month we're deep diving into zoophobia in horror films and the fear of animals. This week the fiends sit down to discuss their second killer bear movie of the month - GRIZZLY. Check out our upcoming virtual watch parties hosted on Stream Lounge at https://streamlounge.io/u/handlewithscare/schedule. CONTACT US: Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/handlewithscare YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/handlewithscarepod Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @HandleWithScare
Baker Street with Thom Pollard
Doug Peacock's award winning book is: WAS IT WORTH IT? A WILDERNESS WARRIOR'S LONG TRAIL HOMEDoug Peacock is an American naturalist, author, and filmmaker who is best known for his work in conservation and activism on behalf of grizzly bears in the American West.Here is my VIDEO version of the interview with Doug:https://youtu.be/eYltXSGI0LMMORE about Doug Peacock here:https://dougpeacock.net/You need a copy of this book! Find it here:https://www.googleadservices.com/pagead/aclk?sa=L&ai=DChcSEwib0r3V1_T9AhW55uMHHbI6BeoYABAAGgJ5bQ&ae=2&ohost=www.google.com&cid=CAESbeD2gisjHru--HzCA31EZbLWoOjL2LZNCxv7-JvbcbdvpqS-3BR21xD02Vv6iOCbNlPelaHdP_9dBSpiconV54SaT4JUr-pB1ppmpYRmIOPVsGSOgOOFWTp8rHa03NWVwSegv5bHzOr_XObSlck&sig=AOD64_3wNJ38YXKpxymm7aJok3Bgvg9OVA&q&adurl&ved=2ahUKEwi897TV1_T9AhUkjIkEHTejBXsQ0Qx6BAgGEAE&nis=8&dct=1For the audio only version of this episode please use this link:https://www.buzzsprout.com/268133/12507653Doug is the founder and chairman of the board of Save the Yellowstone Grizzly. During his service as a Green Beret medic in the Vietnam War. After the war, Doug suffered from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and found solace in the wilderness, much like he did when he was a boy growing up in northern Michigan, exploring swamps and forests and remote places - After the war he devoted himself to observing and documenting grizzly bears in their natural habitat.Doug was a long time friend of the late Edward Abbey, who wrote THE MONKEY WRENCH GANG, where Peacock's essence and spirit and passion was immortalized in the character known as George Washington Hayduke. Sir Doug, is the author of several books, including "Grizzly Years: In Search of the American Wilderness”..... He has also worked as a consultant on several documentaries, including "Grizzly Country" and "In the Path of the Grizzly." Doug says bringing a gun into grizzly country will get you more into trouble than out of it…just look at the cover of his book, need I say more on that. Suffice it to say, grizzly bears saved his life…he has devoted his life to protecting theirs. Doug is a dog lover, a cat lover, father of two children - his amazing wife and life partner Andrea founded Elk River Books with cousin and friend Marc Beaudin….in Livingston, Montana - where, bye the way, my brother had previously lived, making complete the connection of how Jeff and Doug were pals. …you know, if Jeff had never left Livingston I'd be willing to bet a nickel he'd still be alive….Doug continues to work desperately towards protecting grizzly bears and their habitat through his writing, speaking engagements, and activism….and…talking to guys like me who read his book….and just had to tell everyone about itHere's my inspiring conversation with Doug Peacock about his book WAS IT WORTH IT: A WILDERNESS WARRIOR'S LONG TRAIL HOME published by Patagonia.yes that PatagoniaThank you for visiting. Please consider becoming a Channel Member for access to perks and to become part of a growing community:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEk3e_XGyNnqwK2ZlxH7fEA/joinSupport the show
Big Questions with Cal Fussman
Cal tells the harrowing story of two college wrestlers who walked straight into a Grizzly bear near Yellowstone Park last year. Then asks: What would you do if you were in a similar situation?
Break out the green top hats, wigs, feathered boas, sunglasses, shamrock-themed T-shirts, and whatever else helps you get in touch with your Irish spirit because there are going to be some St. Patrick's Day parties happening in Gwinnett County this weekend. There are six main St. Patrick's events taking place between Friday — which is the actual St. Patrick's Day — and Saturday. Two of them are in Lawrenceville, two more will happen in Suwanee and the others are in Norcross and Lilburn. Cosmo's Pizza + Social is kicking things off on today with the Cosmo's St. Paddy's Party, which will begin at 4 p.m. The event will include outdoor patio games, live music, a DJ, green beer, festive drinks, prizes and giveaways, as well as Irish food specials, such as corned beef and cabbage. Cosmo's is located at 144 Crogan St. in Lawrenceville. On Saturday, there will be events taking place in Lawrenceville, Norcross, Lilburn and Suwanee. The Suwanee Kiwanis Club will hold its annual Shamrock 5K at Suwanee Town Center Park at 8 a.m. on Saturday. The race, which raises money for the Kiwanis Club, is St. Patrick's themed. Runners are encouraged to run while wearing the most St. Patrick's-inspired outfit they can come up with. Runners have until 9 a.m. on today to sign up. Norcross will hold its annual Irish Fest from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m. in historic downtown Norcross. The event will include music, dancing, face painting, a balloon artist, food tastings and other Irish-inspired activities. Attendees are also encouraged to visit downtown Norcross' shops and restaurants for specials throughout the day. One of the biggest St. Patrick's traditions in Gwinnett is the annual Suwanee Beer Fest, where attendees are encouraged to show up decked out in green to enjoy a broad array of craft beers. This year's event will begin at 1 p.m. on Saturday and last until 5 p.m., at Suwanee Town Center Park, which is located at 330 Town Center Avenue in Suwanee. This year's event will include 350 different beers, as well as food, entertainment and vendors. Tickets cost $70 on the day of the event, but can be purchased in advance at suwaneebeerfest.com. Meanwhile, the annual Lilburchaun St. Patrick's Celebration in Lilburn will take place from 2 until 5 p.m. at City Park, which is located at 76 Main St. The event will include a walking parade, which begins at the band shell at 3 p.m., a DJ, the Athens Piper and Leprechaun Fiddler, kids activities, green sweet treats, food trucks and “maybe even a little leprechaun magic, according to city officials. Parade attendees are asked to dress up in festive St. Patrick's-inspired attire for the parade. Pets, bicycles, wagons and strollers are allowed in the parade. And, McCray's Tavern on the Square in Lawrenceville will host St. Patty's on Perry from 3 until 8 p.m., on the block of Perry Street located between Crogan and Pike Streets. The event will include live music, bangers and mash, corned beef and cabbage, Shepherd's Pie, and cold beer. An afterparty will be held at McCray's. The Salvation Army of Gwinnett County hosted the 9th Annual “Doing The Most Good” Luncheon on March 7 at the Crowne Plaza Atlanta NE located in Norcross. The luncheon supports year-round services provided by The Salvation Army such as housing, utilities, groceries, and emergency disaster services, to local families in Gwinnett County. In addition, local youth are served all year long through a free year-round School for Performing Arts, summer camp and by offering school supplies to those who need them. In 2022, The Salvation Army of Gwinnett County provided 60,843 pounds of food to 1,018 households, 2,717 nights of shelter, 267 households received rent/mortgage and utility assistance and 566 families/1,464 children received gifts at Christmas through its Angel Tree program. Guests enjoyed a live and silent auction, a seated lunch, and heard from keynote speakers Chad Gundersen and Chris Juen, the executive producers of the hit series “The Chosen,” about what inspired them to make the show and how The Salvation Army camp in Texas turned out to the be the perfect location for filming. This year's presenting sponsors are Metro Waterproofing, Inc. and Sandra and Clyde Strickland. For more information about The Salvation Army of Gwinnett County, and its local impact, visit Gwinnett County Corps salvationarmyatlanta.org. The City of Norcross recently announced that it has awarded $65,000 in American Rescue Plan Act Small Business Grants to six local small businesses. Three years after the COVID-19 global pandemic began, aftershocks are still being felt by many small business owners, Norcross officials said. With award amounts based on 2019 annual revenues, this year's ARPA Small Business Grant recipients include: CNU Medical Institute Kiian Silver The Local Peach Silky Corp DBA Ladlee And HNS Logistics To qualify, small business grant applicants must represent a domestic corporation in good standing in the state of Georgia, have an active Norcross business license, have experienced an annual revenue decline of 25% or more for tax years 2019 and 2020 because of COVID-19, and either operate a commercial operation within Norcross city limits with 1-10 full-time employees or a home-based operation within Norcross city limits with 2-10 full-time employees. ARPA grants may be used to pay rent, lease, or mortgage costs; utility bills; payroll; business-related insurance; inventory expenses; and other operating expenses. Georgia Gwinnett College will host its final in-person Preview Day for the spring semester from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. on March 25. Prospective students will hear from members of the Grizzly family about programs of study, admissions, financial aid, student housing and more. Participants will be able to tour GGC's campus and talk to student ambassadors about their experiences at GGC. The event will include food, music and fun giveaways. GGC team members will host selected breakout sessions in Spanish. GGC application fees will be waived in March. You can register for Preview Day at ggc.edu/preview. The Community Foundation for Northeast Georgia will host its Nonprofit Academy: Starting Point on March 23. Community Foundation officials said the intensive, half-day of learning and networking for nonprofits will be the “starting point” for the rest of the Nonprofit Academy 2023's events. Held from 7:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Gas South District Convention Center, the event costs $150 for general attendees. Participants can choose to attend four tracks with two sessions within each track, plus a special panel Q&A open to all attendees for a total of eight session options. The four tracks are fundraising, leadership development, storytelling and organizational development. Session topics include: Capitol Campaigns Gen XYZ Giving The Five Voices: Shared Motivation and Communication Skills, Parts One and Two 2023 Nonprofit Marketing Trends What Nonprofits Can Learn from For-profit Marketing Fostering a Positive Work Culture Self Care and Your Mental Health For a full list of speakers and topics and to register, go to cfneg.org/nonprofitacademy. A Florida-based Tex-Mex restaurant chain is preparing to expand into Georgia with locations in Peachtree Corners and Johns Creek that are set to open this spring. Capital Tacos announced the locations will be its first restaurants in the state of Georgia. The Johns Creek location will open first, in April, with the Peachtree Corners location expected to open “soon after,” according to officials with the dining chain. Capital Tacos was launched in 2013, and features scratch-made dishes using high quality in-house ingredients. The new locations will feature an “Atlanta-inspired” menu item, the Lemon Pepper Wet Taco, which includes fried shrimp coated in garlic butter and topped with a signature creamy slaw, grilled onions, buffalo ranch and a lemon pepper seasoning mix. Customers can download Capital Tacos' Capital Rewards app or sign up at CapitalTacos.com to order online, be eligible to earn and use rewards, and take advantage of exclusive offers. 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Last October, four teammates from the Northwest College wrestling team set out for a hike just outside Yellowstone National Park. For two of them, Brady Lowry and Kendell Cummings, the trip would bond them together for the rest of their lives, courtesy of a grizzly bear. Today, ESPN's Ryan Hockensmith navigates this tale of survival, loyalty, friendship and redemption while we hear all the harrowing details straight from the mouths of these two brave men. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Grizzly Dabz is a Central Coast native who grew up in Watsonville. Following his dad's lead, he was able to keep his focus playing sports. Putting his energy into his unique art, stash and grabs for the community, coaching youth sports, the Central Coast hip hop scene, his nephew and dog…. Grizzly Dabz is enjoying life as it comes. Follow Grizzly on instagram https://instagram.com/grizzlydabz?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=To become a Paid The Co$ Podcast sponsor, guest or for more information please visit us at:https://www.paidthecostpodcast.com/Please visit Paid The Co$t Podcast on YouTube and become a subscriber:https://youtube.com/@paidthecostpodcastFollow us on instagramhttps://instagram.com/paidthecostpodcast?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=This episode is sponsored byhttps://artrageoussc.com/Use discount code PAIDTHECOST for a 20% discount Follow Artragous on instagram https://instagram.com/artrageous_sc?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=
In today's episode of Backpacker Radio presented by The Trek, we are chatting all things Pacific Crest Trail, round two. We are joined by our pal and two-time PCT thru-hiker, Michael "Grizzly" Ivey to talk through our top advice for hiking the PCT, with a special emphasis on doing so during a high snow year, which 2023 is shaping up to be. We go through suggestions for traveling through a snowy Sierra, including estimating food carries, how to approach water crossings, grouping, self-arresting skills, and more. We also chat through some more general tips including how to budget zero days, evaluating what type of hiker you are, and how to mentally approach the hike overall during a year with a large potential for chaos. We wrap the panel by breaking down how our gear changed from one section to the next during our own PCT hikes. If you like the PCT, we think you'll love this episode. Gossamer Gear: Use code “BACKPACKERRADIO” for 15% off at gossamergear.com. Organifi: Use code “BACKPACKER” for 20% off at organifi.com/backpacker. Good To-Go: Use code “TREK25” for 25% off at goodto-go.com. Goodr: Use code “BACKPACKER” for free shipping on your first order at goodr.com/backpacker. Enlightened Equipment: Use code “TREKPOD10” for 10% off Enlightened Equipment's Stock Revelation Quilt or Torrid Jacket at enlightenedequipment.com. [divider] PCT Panel with Chaunce, Badger, and Grizzly Grizzly's Instagram Time stamps & Questions 00:05:04 - QOTD: If you worked in fast food, would you prioritize the drive-thru orders or the in-store orders? 00:08:20 - Reminders: Vote for BPR in the Sports Podcast Awards! Replace sweet sweet Leah and become our video person! 00:12:53 - Introducing Grizzly 00:15:33 - Zach Tip #1: Be ready for everything that comes with a high snow year 00:18:10 - Daniel's 2017 High Snow Year Trek post 00:21:10 - Zach Tip #1a: You can't carry too much food 00:25:38 - Zach Tip #1b: Creek crossings in swift water above your mid-thigh are dangerous 00:30:26 - Discussion about snow bridges 00:33:01 - Zach Tip #1c: Avoid hiking solo, especially at water crossings 00:39:31 - Chaunce Tip #1: Know your own limitations 00:43:27 - Grizzly's trail resume 00:47:10 - Grizzly Tip #1: Identify what kind of hiker you are and how that will affect your hike 00:50:51 - Zach Tip #2: Go into your hike with a flexible mindset 00:59:00 - Chaunce Tip #2: Learn how to self-arrest and practice it before getting on trail 01:05:25 - Grizzly Tip #2: No matter how dialed in your gear is, you'll learn something new 01:14:03 - Chaunce Tip #3: Budget your zero days 01:23:37 - Zach Tip #3: Sun umbrellas are the shit 01:29:03 - Shoutout to Rachel! 01:29:20 - Grizzly's PCT gear swaps 01:36:25 - Discussion about shoes 01:39:35 - Chaunce's PCT gear swaps 01:40:50 - Zach's PCT gear swaps 01:46:00 - Favorite spots in the desert 01:52:00 - Discussion about trail angels near the southern terminus 01:54:44 - Favorite spots in the Sierra/NorCal 01:59:20 - Favorite spots in Oregon 02:02:40 - Favorite spots in Washington SEGMENTS 5 Star Review [divider] Check out our sound guy @paulyboyshallcross. Subscribe to this podcast on iTunes (and please leave us a review)! Find us on Spotify, Stitcher, and Google Play. Support us on Patreon to get bonus content. Advertise on Backpacker Radio Follow The Trek, Chaunce, Badger, and Trail Correspondents on Instagram. Follow Backpacker Radio, The Trek and Chaunce on YouTube. Follow Backpacker Radio on Tik Tok. A super big thank you to our Chuck Norris Award winner(s) from Patreon: Andrew, Austen McDaniel, Austin Ford, Brad & Blair (Thirteen Adventures), Brent Stenberg, Christopher Marshburn, Dayne, DoGoodPantry, Greg McDaniel, Kristina Diaz, Matt Soukup, Mike Poisel, Morgan Luke, Patrick Cianciolo, Sawyer Products, and Tracy “Trigger” Fawns. A big thank you to our Cinnamon Connection Champions from Patreon: Dcnerdlet, Jacob Northrup, Jeff LaFranier, Keith Dobie Jr, Liz Seger, and Peter.
Although the University of Montana doesn't have a competitive swim team, they do have a 25 meter pool. The pool isn't in the same building as the rest of the University of Montana's recreation facilities, so it's out of sight and out of mind for many students. Listen to meet some of the people who keep the pool up and running for students to enjoy and why they keep on coming back. Full transcripts of this episode and all others are available online at www.montanakaimin.com/the_kaimin_cast/ Questions? Comments? Email us at email@example.com A podcast from the Montana Kaimin, University of Montana's independent, student-run newspaper.
Hey everyone! What's eating you? Hopefully, not a bear fueled by cocaine or a dog fueled by rabies. That's right. This week our Recent Review is Cocaine Bear, and our Geriatric Cinematic is Cujo (1983). If this isn't enough teeth and maulings for you, our Obscene and Obscure segment sees Mark and Kelsey talk about a Jaws (1975) wannabe, Grizzly (1976). All of these films are wild and need to be experienced. Next week, our Recent Review is Creed 3, in theaters Friday, March 3rd. Our Geriatric Cinematic is Rocky (1976), streaming on Netflix, Prime Video, and Paramount +, and available to rent on Apple TV, Amazon, YouTube, and other VOD services. Be sure to follow us on Twitter (@TheReelAppeal), Facebook, and Instagram, and you can contact the show at TheReelAppeal@gmail.com. Find every episode on all podcast catchers, and don't forget to rate our show on iTunes! Cocaine Bear - 13:34 Spoilers - 29:35 Obscene and Obscure - Grizzly (1976) - 52:48 Geriatric Cinematic - Cujo (1983) - 1:04:50
We join Trevor from Catching Up on Cinema in the eye of the storm with a review of The Hurricane Heist. Plus, we also talk Grizzly, Project Wolf Hunting, The Mummy (1999) and Hobo with a Shotgun. Listen to Catching Up on Cinema: catchinguponcinema.com Follow the show on Twitter: @thecinemaspeak Follow the show on Instagram: cinemaspeakpodcast Subscribe on Youtube: Cinema Speak Intro: 0:00 - 7:17 Review - The Hurricane Heist: 7:17 - 1:17:36 Micro-Reviews - Grizzly, Project Wolf Hunting, The Mummy (1999), Creed, Arion, Hobo with a Shotgun: 1:17:36 - 2:05:35 Outro: 2:05:35 - 2:08:51
We get high on our own supply with Cocaine Bear and keep talking about Women Talking plus we also discuss 80 for Brady, Grizzly and Trekkies. 00:00 - Intro 10:12 - Review: Cocaine Bear 45:20 - Review: Women Talking 1:14:30 - Other Stuff We Watched: 80 for Brady, Trekkies, Grizzly, The Wrong Missy, Tolkien, Fall 1:30:40 - Cheap Charts Bits 1:37:33 - This Week on DVD, Blu-ray and VOD 1:41:20 - Outro
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Hey Boo Boo! Whos' higher than the av-er-age bear? In this episode, we give a blow by blow briefing of the blustery Cocaine Bear, before biting into a bear claw to enjoy the girth of a killer Grizzly. This campsite is filthy! All together now - ♫ Put it in the bag, put it in the bag, bump bump…♫ #cocainebear #grizzly #elizabethbanks #pabloescobear #grizzly2 #pixystix
Listen to this week's episode to hear the guys talk about some of the things they do to get their mojo back and feel rejuvenated in the shop.... and to hear Doggy slice his finger with a bread knife that he made in the shop last week…Ty is going to start a ‘brick and mortar' style end grain cutting board for a local youth sports team raffle - Doggy recently started making knives and is excited to build up inventory for a craft market in May! The guys talk bandsaws and bandsaw blades because Doggy has snapped 4 blades in the last year. He has had tons of issues with his Grizzly tools and is wondering if it's him or the tools he's using… This week's episode is sponsored by No Cry Gear (@nocrygear on Instagram)! No Cry Gear sells some seriously amazing personal protective equipment (PPE) – and they sell them on Amazon too! That means you can order up some no-fog protective glasses with 2-day shipping in most areas!If you'd like to be on the show, or if you have questions for the guys, please send a DM to the show on our Instagram account @makermadepodcast ! We'd love to hear your questions, comments, and feedback!
This week, Matt Wood from Eternal Darkness of Not So Spotless Minds joins us as we talk about the brand new Elizabeth Banks movie Cocaine Bear as well as 1976's Grizzly. Cool of the Week includes Project Wolf Hunting, Bigfoot the Lost Coast Tapes, Plane, The Houston rodeo carnival, and the Steelbook edition of Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter. Trailers are The Pope's Exorcist, Sisu, and Boston Strangler. The podcast spotlight shines on Percolated Media. And we get feedback from Patrick Lear, Ricky Morgan, and Kevin Nez. Let's welcome our newest listeners: Stephanie Whitacre, Ashlyn Faye Everett, and Sean Haitz. And a VERY SPECIAL feedback question from our super fan Xim Vader. Thanks for listening!
On this S&A Quickie Review Lindsay takes a look at Elizabeth Banks new movie Cocaine Bear Out in Theatres now. Also this reviews tries to put Cocaine into context of the Animal Attack Genre. Specially, William Girdler's Grizzly (1976) & Nick Powell's Primal (2019). It's a Bear that does Cocaine. Listen to Schlock & Awe on your favourite podcast app
National Parks Traveler Podcast
Bears tend to scare us when we're outdoors and they're not behind steel bars. Particularly grizzly bears. They're big, with sharp claws and powerful jaws, and seem to be in a bad mood whenever we spot them. We hear about people being mauled to death by bears, and even of black bears attacking campers in their sleeping bags. Are bears really as terrifying as they appear? Or is our fear driven by a lack of understanding of their behavior? Derek Stonorov knows a little bit about bears and their behavior, after all the wildlife biologist has spent the past 50 years observing coastal brown bears in Alaska, in a bid to better understand their social structures and behaviors. He details he findings in his forthcoming book “Watch the Bear."
Think of the most brutal grizzly mauling you've heard of someone surviving. Now imagine that situation being even worse. Jeremy Evans is the toughest man on the planet. Period. As you will hear in this interview ten miles into the backcountry Jeremy FOUGHT OFF a sow grizzly when he accidentally came in between her and her cub. He fought her off 3 times without bear spray, a gun, or a knife and miraculously survived his horrific injuries. It's quite simply the most brutal bear attack I have ever heard of where the victim survived. Besides the bear attack, Jeremy is an expert hunter and we discuss his many successes hunting whitetails, mule deer, elk, moose, buffalo and more. Listener Be Advised: The nature of Jeremy's injuries are so graphic you should not listen to this in the presence of children. Follow Jeremy: @thegrizzlydude1 Check out Jeremy's Website Check out the First Gen Hunter Website Follow First Gen Hunter Instagram: @first.gen.hunter GoWild: @Kent Boucher Facebook: @first.gen.hunter Follow The Hunt Fish Life: @hntfsh_life Follow Alex: @alexg.hunt Follow East2West Hunts: @east2westhunts Follow Caleb: @allamerican_outdoorsman Support First Gen Hunter by shopping at the following partners: Spartan Forge Camofire Black Ovis My Medic AlienGear Holsters FORLOH MTN OPS Fox River Socks East2West Hunts Use promo code: firstgen10 = 10% off any purchase
Exploding Heads Horror Movie Podcast
Dave, Brandon and Christian discuss 70s & Modern Horror, as well as The Birds (1963), Grizzly (1976), and Orca (1977). Intro: 0:00 - 1:03:57 The Birds (1963) 1:03:57 - 1:35:59 More Horror Talk 1:35:59 - 1:44:41 Grizzly (1976) 1:44:41 - 2:20:02 Orca (1977) 2:20:02 - 2:53:50 Thanks for Listening!
The Grizzly Patriot Mark Friesen joins Sheila Zilinsky on an amazing show!Follow Mark on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MarkFriesen08All of Sheila's content is completely, 100%, viewer supported and funded. Thank you for your kindness & generosity in keeping this ministry on air.SHEILA WEBSITE: https://sheilazilinsky.comHOW TO GIVE:https://sheilazilinsky.com/donate/Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/sheilazilinskyCash App $SheilaZilinskyVenmo® @SheilaZilinskyZelle® firstname.lastname@example.orgPayPal: https://www.paypal.com/paypalme/sheil...Donate by Mail:Sheila ZilinskyBox 28032Kamloops, BCCanada V2C-0C9Donate by phone:CALL 210-209-9238TELL US HOW YOU WOULD LIKE TO SUPPORT SHEILA ZILINSKY MINISTRIESFollow Sheila:Telegram: https://t.me/realsheilazTwitter: https://twitter.com/RealSheilaZFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/realSheilaZInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/sheilazilin...Listen to Sheila's Show: https://sheilazilinsky.com/listen/YouTube:https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCclqMHN8zarvZWKyDOSaP-wPODCAST: https://www.podomatic.com/podcasts/sheilazilinskyhttps://sheilazilinsky.tv (archive of shows)Rumble: https://rumble.com/user/RealSheilaZSHEILAS BOOKS: https://sheilazilinsky.com/books/
Samu von Grizzly & Tourbusgeflüster – Interview #5 (Jahresabschlusskonzert von Grizzly 2022)
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Wesleyan's swimming and diving teams swept the Class AAA-A state championships Saturday night at Georgia Tech's McAuley Aquatic Center. The Wolves claimed the girls state title with 300 points, finishing ahead of runner-up St. Vincent's Academy's 282. Whitefield Academy was a distant third at 215. Hebron Christian's girls, with five swimmers, tied for 11th with 70 points. Wesleyan's boys scored 252 points to top second-place Whitefield Academy and North Cobb Christian. Providence Christian's boys took fourth at 193. Hattie Wasmuth starred for the Wesleyan girls with two individual state championships — the 200-yard individual medley in 2 minutes, 6.03 seconds and the 500 freestyle in 5:10.93. She also joined Vivian Hosier, Ansley Chapman and Caroline Stewart on a state title-winning 400 free relay. Wesleyan's boys team won both the 200 free relay and the 400 free relay. Many Gwinnett Chamber board presidents get it easy during their year leading the Board of Directors. They may serve during a year when the chamber is taking on a major initiative or a leadership change, but, in the grand scheme of things, it's nothing overly daunting. Tammy Shumate, on the other hand, got to be board president in 2020, a.k.a the year a global pandemic hit and shut everything down. While that might sound like a tough time to be the board's president, Shumate said it was a good experience in retrospect. She said she learned a lot in a short time, although the experience was similar to “drinking from a firehouse” as Tammy put it. Tammy Shumate — who is the director of corporate development at her husband, Greg's, company, Capital City Home Loans LLC — was feted at the Gwinnett Chamber's 75th Annual Dinner at the Gas South District on Friday night as she was named the chamber's Citizen of the Year. She strode up to the stage to accept her award while Shania Twain's “Man! I Feel Like a Woman” played over the sound system. She picked the song out herself. Shumate has been involved with the Gwinnett Chamber for more than a decade. She estimated she has been on its Board of Directors for about at least 15 years. Wherever you needed him, the late Scott Cramer was there. Cramer spent the past 18 years as a basketball official with the Multi-County Basketball Officials Association based out of Gwinnett and Forsyth Counties and the longtime Lawrenceville resident was honored in between basketball games at Archer High School Friday night. He passed away unexpectedly last August at the age of 55, leaving a void in the community. The decorated official had the honor of refereeing two state championship games in 2019 and 2021, but what he prided himself the most on was helping others. He spent countless hours training officials and served as the association's vice president of training up until his passing. Archer was the perfect place to honor Cramer. While he never got to referee a game there, it was at the school where his two daughters graduated. He also spent many Friday nights watching the Tigers football team from the stands. Cramer started his passion for officiating in college. He attended Western Illinois University and started officiating parks and recreation games as a freshman. A year later, he was working local high school games in the area and honing in on his craft. After moving to Georgia, Cramer became a member of the MCBOA and remained with the organization. From parks and recreation games to high school games, Cramer went anywhere he was asked. Many of Cramer's friends and fellow officials spoke Friday night, remember a good friend and someone who was always enthusiastic about his job, even training the young officials. Gwinnett firefighters battled a fire at a large home located at the River Club in Suwanee Sunday morning for about two hours before extinguishing it. Fire officials said firefighters responded at 3:35 a.m. to a neighbor's report of a house fire in the River Club gated community. The 911 caller advised entire front of the home was on fire, fire officials said. On arrival, crews found a large 9,000 square-foot, two-story residence on a basement that was fully involved throughout the main portion of the home. Within two hours, firefighters had knocked down the main body of fire, Wilson said. Crews remained on scene for another five hours dousing hotspots and applying foam to smoldering areas. The home was completely gutted and is total loss. No injuries were reported. A fire investigator responded to the scene for origin and cause determination. The cause of the fire is currently undetermined and under investigation. According to the private security for the River Club subdivision, the homeowners were out of town. Gwinnett County officials will give residents several chances in February and early March to learn about the new Ride Gwinnett transit routes and offer feedback on the service. Ride Gwinnett, which was previously known as Gwinnett County Transit until it was formally renamed in January, will kick off a series of meetings with a virtual session from 9:30 until 11 a.m. on Wednesday. The meetings come as the transit service prepares to roll out new local service routes that will serve the Snellville, Stone Mountain, Buford and Suwanee areas, adding a new connection to destinations such as the Mall of Georgia. It is also expanding its existing coverage in the Lawrenceville, Lilburn and Duluth areas. Ride Gwinnett is preparing to roll out microtransit service in Snellville and Lawrenceville as well. Microtransit is a service where residents who live in a microtransit zone can use a mobile phone app to request a Ride Gwinnett shuttle pick them up and take them where they want to go within the designated zones. Although some meetings will be virtual gatherings, there will be in-person events as well. In all, eight meetings have been scheduled to take place in a span of just over one month. For a complete list of meetings and locations, head over to Gwinnett Daily Post dot com. Timely hitting was the key as the Number 7-ranked Georgia Gwinnett College baseball team won its opening weekend series with a 5-3 victory against Indiana Wesleyan University on Saturday afternoon at the Grizzly Baseball Complex. Senior outfielder Blaze O'Saben hit a two-run single in the fourth inning to give the hosts a 3-1 lead. He collected two hits in the contest and registered a base hit in all three games in the series. Sophomore Braxton Meguiar extended GGC's lead to 5-1 with an RBI single that scored junior Jon Ponder in the sixth inning. Earlier, Meguiar put the team on the scoreboard with a two-out single in the third inning. Sophomore starting pitcher Cameron Repetti registered six strikeouts across five strong innings to pick up the victory in his first Grizzly appearance. Junior Kyle Petri followed by striking out five opposing batters across two innings before seniors Jonathan Haab and Garrett Houston each recorded two strikeouts in tossing scoreless eighth and ninth innings. Pitchers for GGC combined for 46 strikeouts during the season-opening series, earning at least 15 strikeouts in each game. The Grizzlies are back in action Friday morning, hosting the #24th ranked Taylor Trojans. 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Grizzly bears and wolves remain hot topics. Dave and Nephi provide an update on Colorado's efforts to reintroduce wolves, and how the public can get involved in the process. Then, they break down a recent 9th Circuit Court of Appeals decision that challenged grizzly bear recovery plans, and discuss what the decision means for bear recovery/delisting. Next, the guys highlight a few bills circulating in state legislatures that are worth following, including bills about corner crossing, hunting predators with infrared technology, lead alternative programs, range day requirements for hunters education, and more. Other topics include: Safari Club International's wildlife law CLE, a Mule Deer Foundation banquet, SHOT Show, and more.
One Foot Down: for Notre Dame Fighting Irish fans
Joshua, Jude, and Brendan make it back to the pod machine after a long break to answer all of your Notre Dame Football questions - and whatever else. In this episode: HELLO! Justify your job - losers! REVIEWS! Best ND game we saw in person. Making our Thomas the Tank Engine feelings clear. Will Notre Dame ditch Under Armour for Nike? Fancy White Castle. The best bear available doesn't need Prozac. The greater of two evils. Worst show endings and how ND fits in. Keeping TEU the TEU we know and love. Can Jordan Botelho be the real villain Notre Dame needs? Hoops stuff. And plenty more weaved in and out of the show. Please RATE and REVIEW! All reviews left on Apple Podcasts will be read on the next OFD Podcast. Go Irish! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Armchair Expert with Dax Shepard
In this week's Flightless Bird, David Farrier sets out to understand one of America's grandest animals, the Grizzly Bear. Emblazoned on the California flag and seal, what does this giant predator have to say about the American people? David discovers that animals kill about 400 Americans every year… how many of those deaths involve bears? To get some perspective on this often misunderstood creature, David sits down with journalist and newspaper editor Rob Chaney, who wrote an incredible book about Grizzlies called “The Grizzly in the Driveway”. What are the main misconceptions about the Grizzly bear and why does the population of Grizzlies in major parts of America still face being wiped out? Why can other countries co-exist with this giant beast yet America is still struggling? David also learns about how to best protect yourself from a Grizzly attack, what happens to the human body in a Grizzly attack, and why despite their size this spectacular megafauna still tends to come out the loser when it comes to humans.