Ok so this scene really happened. Not with the same language, but it happened. In March 1621, the Pilgrims had endured the harshest winter of their lives and their first in the new world. Many did not survive. Keep in mind that it's still cold as hell in Massachusetts in March. They're still there suffering, and out of nowhere, Samoset, a Native American who'd learned English from fishermen in Maine, walks up in a loin cloth and says "welcome Englishmen! Do you have any beer?" How was he able to endure the cold with ease when the Pilgrims couldn't?
Author Scott Carney sought to answer this question and many others in his book, What Doesn't Kill Us by embarking on a journey with @iceman_hof and other remarkable people including @iamunscared. We had Scott on the Warrior Soul Podcast to discuss his book and how the cold can help you.
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