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post #101 of 119 Old 11-29-2011, 02:41 PM
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I guess ND Appy continues to waste good energy. **shrug**
What exactly do you mean by "wasting good energy?"
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What exactly do you mean by "wasting good energy?"
Please read my previous post where I suggest using energy constructively for change and education.

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Perhaps some of the people here who belong to some of the other organizations could suggest to them (since they are members) that they should do some education. Just an idea. The AQHA does not function in a vacuum. They can only do what they do, and cannot control what the other registries do. Only the board and membership of THOSE REGISTRIES can control that. So, Nd APPY, if you are a member of one of them, perhaps you need to get involved and used your energies constructively. Just a thought. Attacking people here and picking apart their posts line by line does nothing to help the issue.
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I did read it, which is why I asked. More specifically, what do you believe would be a more productive use of this energy?
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What has been said about the ApHC is accurate. All they care about is the money. Not the horse. No amount of jumping up and down or logic is going to make them change their mind if it makes it so some of their big money (showing/breeding) clients might not like it.
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I did read it, which is why I asked. More specifically, what do you believe would be a more productive use of this energy?
Not sure how to be more clear. As I said-use the energy to work for change and education. It would seem to me a more productive use than to continue to pick apart Farmpony.

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And how do you know I am not already doing something along those lines? There people go assuming things about others again.

I never stated I was or was not trying to educate people. Thanks for reading/putting things out there without knowing one way or the other and just assuming I was "attacking" somebody.

If you read my first post on the subject again, I wasn't pointing fingers specifically at farmpony until farmpony had a tantrum over me pointing out that the AQHA isn't the only registry that needs to be discussed in regards to HYPP.
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If you are, you obviously have too much energy left over. JMHO.

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Fnb out.
Tehe tehe. Just the immature child in me coming out. When we say FNB we don't mean franknbeans. And when I think of franknbeans I can't help but think about that stupid movie, There's Something About Mary, when the handicapped brother is running around yelling "Beans and franks! Beans and franks!" when Ben Stiller gets his junk caught in his zipper.

Sorry, just had a little gigglesnort session there.

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Poseidon, I think you are looking for something that just isn't there. The point made was that if a person isn't happy with a situation then they need to make an attempt to change it.

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