Without them, where would the Nascar industry be?
So to you pillars of crystallized testosterone, accept this news story from the Associated Press:
JERUSALEM - A man clad only in underwear and a T-shirt wrestled a wild leopard to the floor and pinned it for 20 minutes after the cat leapt through a window of his home and hopped into bed with his sleeping family.
Du Mosch's pet cat was in the bed with him at the time, along with his young daughter who had been frightened by a mosquito in her own room.
Shapira said the leopard was very weak when park rangers arrived at Du Mosch's home after the surprise late-night visit. He said nature officials would likely release it back into the wild.Du Mosch said he probably would not have been able to control the big cat were it in better health. As a nature guide, he said, he was familiar with animals and did his best to hold down the leopard without harming it. He said he took it all in stride, "but the kids were excited."
Oh yeah...here's to you Du Mosch. Here's to you and to every man who ever put a little bit of toilet paper on his chin to stop the bleeding after a close shave. (pictured, an AP photo of vets examining the sedated animal hours later)