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    11-02-2010, 12:07 PM
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What the hell is going on with that horse jumping over that guys wonderfully exposed crutch? If something goes wrong.... Well let's just say it should make him eligible for the Darwin awards even if he isn't killed, at least it would stop the dumbarse from reproducing.

I sure as hell wouldn't want any horse of mine associated with them either. As for your question: The internet is not protected by the same laws as businesses that have a base in a given country (making them liable to that country's laws) which makes it very hard to have photo's removed from any website if they were able to download the image from the net. It is a real problem. Basically if you upload a photo (or anything) to the internet you are making it available for all to see and use. That is one of the problems associated with the music industry and why we are able to download songs and movies for free from various websites. Although it is called 'illegal downloading' it isn't strictly illegal since it is obtained from the internet which has no international governing body. To date, only images of child pornography are governed by law, sad but it is the nature of the beast.

Morale of the story: Careful what you put on the internet.
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    11-02-2010, 02:14 PM
I've just looked at the site again and the picture of the palomino yearling has been taken down.

As for the jumping picture, I'm sure those are military uniforms. They look very similar to the British Army Mounted Gunner uniforms but without all the frogging.

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