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July 27, 2008

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Someone sent me the Christian the Lion video and as I watched it I assumed things would go horribly wrong and admit I was a tad disappointed when they didn't. Does that make me a bad person?

not at all. however, pehaps we've understandably gotten used to the idea that things are going to go wrong. i certainly have. but a lion is very unlikely to let you down. people think they're lazy -- especially the males -- but they're actually very active, especially late at night. they're constantly fighting and competing with hyenas. have you seen the video where the lions attack the young cape buffalo? that's got to be the most viewed of all time. there was even a 60 minute tv show about it.

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