OK, this is supposed to be the humor board so here is an old one and timely for the northwest deer hunters: An exhausted doe staggers into a clearing, looks over her shoulder and says, "****, That's the last time I do that for two bucks"
As far as the lion video is concerned, just look at it like you would a used oil analysis report. The ** about this lion being a local livestock marauder starts to fall apart. This lion is in a field with what looks to be at least a 12 foot game fence. (Maybe he isn't really in there eating the locals cows??) At the outset of the video, the "hunters" with camera man and girlfriend/wife/whatever in tow walk up to it.(the lion doesn't seem overly concerned, but when they enter his comfort zone, he gets up, trots over to the fence and lays down, kind of like he is used to people, doesn't care much for them, likes to keep his distance, but isn't overly concerned because they usually leave something to eat) The farmer/professional hunter doesn't like the initial setup so they let the lion trot over to the fence and lay down before they do their thing. (Not the behavior or a rogue lion eating the local livestock or angry ranchers dealing with predator misbehavior) Only then things go wrong.
So, if you've watched a few too many Flipper/Mutual of Omaha Wild Kingdom/Gentle Ben or Walt Disney vignettes, you might be predisposed to believing a superficial explanation of this video (even if you might be a cyber ex-green beret/navy seal/expert marksman) but the video really tells a different story.
Post World Series, wasn't there a manager that said something like "the math is always right, but you have to prove it every time." Or something like that.