Thursday, September 20, 2012

What do the Masai Mara and Wooly Pigs Have in Common?

Sunset silhouetting acacia trees in Masai Mara...
Sunset silhouetting acacia trees in Masai Mara, Kenya, 1993. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
What do the Masai Mara tribe in Kenya and wooly pigs have in common? Before anyone jumps to the racism conclusion, you are dead wrong. Mangalitsa pigs, indigenous to Hungary and the famous jumping tribe of different countries in Africa, just may earn me some money.

Today I received a notice from YouTube stating that some of my videos have become so popular, they suggest I monetize them. I couldn't figure out which they meant, but when I checked it out, I was surprised. It seems that my videos 
Masai Tribe Men Jumping December 22 has 2,364 views, 
Masai Tribe Women Dancing 2 December 22 garnered 2,101, 
Masai Tribe Women Dancing December 22 had 1,520 look-sees, and 
Budapest Mangalica Festival February 6, 2011 has received 1,100 views.

Okay, so this does not make 'going viral' status, but heck, these are just short little videos I did for the fun of it. If you check them out, click on the ads next to them. I am curious what ads appear where. How insulting it would be to have butcher tools advertised with the pigs or Bed, Bath and Beyond with the Masai. 
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