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May 3rd 2011 7:35AM Just got back from a 4 day safari in South Africa, our second trip in 3 years. Walked and petted 4 Cheeta in a pack with no problems. Also a Bush Pig named ALF walked with us, a really friendly guy that was wild but came in on his own into the camp an befriended us humans. After the Cheeta's killed an Impala we were just feet away from them and a Ranger actually went in and was able to pull part of the kill away from the Cheeta's without any reaction from them. An hour later they were back at camp walking around us as we were having lunch and we were able to pet them.
Don't try this with the lion cub that is over 1 year old that's a different animal. So what the lady is doing is just what we learned about them. The best thing is to go to Africa and see for yourself. BTW we walked with a 2 year old female lion 3 years ago and this year we walked with her 4 month old cub. They also had a 2 week old cub. This is the best 2 vacations we ever had. Go see for your self!
Apr 12th 2007 1:24PM I have already emailed MSNBC and told them since they did not have the courage to stick up for one of their own I would no longer watch the station. Maybe we all need to do that and hit them in their pocketbook.
Apr 12th 2007 10:59AM I'm saddened by the firing of Don Imus. I feel as if I have lost an old friend - since I listened to him every morning. Although I feel his comment was wrong and should not have been said, I also feel many have forgotten all the good he has also done. I also feel there is much hypocracy in many of his detractors - the Brawley Case and the Duke Case are a few - not to mention Gansta Rap. Sure hope CBS gets it right even if MSNBC did not.