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Brian's Art for Animals

Fiona, under "edit video" you can choose all sorts of things, as i think you have noticed. so you can put where no one can comment, or you can approve comments, or anyone can and then you can pick to receive no e mail alerts about it. If you want a lot of people to view it use a lot of key words (tags).. liketiger, lion, wild, dog, attack, vs, kill, prey predator..etc.. it will get more attention then.

As for the 18 and over.. you are correct as i think only the powers that be at You tube will do that once they get it flagged for being too graphic etc..


I guess i will watch it now.. (i get a little un nervy)

And as for cats killing or predators.. I would also have to go with a mean tiger. As something tells me a leopard would take a while longer if you put up a good fight, and the thought of a pack or pride ripping me apart isn't too cheery. Since my last 9 years have been spent working around predators, this is something i think of every day.. the whole "what if the lock doesn't work..what if it gets out..what if..what if...." cheerful thoughts :o


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It is the problem with our sterilised society of today, we are far removed from the realities of life, our meat comes wrapped in plastic at the super market far removed from the beasts we love to see in the countryside.

So here now we have the truth in stark brutality of the life of these beautiful dogs & throw up our hands in horror.


Oh! for those fluffy cuddly Lions.....................%&^*&$%%!

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I read the newsletter. That was enough for me, I won't be watching the video as I can imagine it will be too graphic for me. But it must have been a great safari experience.

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