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post #31 of 39 Old 05-24-2011, 07:58 PM Thread Starter
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Scary, isn't he? And if you find that stupidity wash, please let me know where to purchase it. I come in contact with a lot of it during the course of a day. ; )

"...you cannot learn to ride a horse without actually BEING on a horse." Tremendously good argument, BSMS.

He hasn't always been like this, by the way. But his ego is causing him to find outlandish arguments for doing things all his way--and no other way is acceptable.

I can't resist...watch this jackass 14:25 min. into this long-winded (pun intended!) video!


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post #32 of 39 Old 05-24-2011, 10:10 PM
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I fail to see the point of this video...not why it was posted, but just what his point is???? He doesn't explain very well...he sort of jumps around :/ And what s the point of the other horse.... And whats with laughing all the time!!! He did it in the last video too...is he on something????
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post #33 of 39 Old 05-24-2011, 10:45 PM
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Courtney Dye, champion dressage rider. Was she a good enough rider? She has second thoughts, I am sure, as she recoveres from her devastating brain injuries.
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post #34 of 39 Old 05-24-2011, 11:11 PM
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Wait...I have another one (and you can begin to see where the logic breaks down... Again, using Gore's riding logic and many of the words in the quote BSMS cited...)

I love sex, but it is freaking DANGEROUS. Don't underestimate the gravity of this statement. Sex causes unwanted pregnancies and you can end up dead from certain diseases. It is the nature of sex. So people want to wear a latex condom and feel safe. A condom will not stop your wife from finding out you are cheating, and it will not protect you against the crabs. It will not stop you from breaking a hip or leg during particularly wild sex. It will not help if the condom itself breaks. A condom gives a "false since of security" and causes people to have sex more casually than they normally do without a condom, because they FEEL safe. This is bad when it comes to sex. Sex does not care if your head is protected or if you do in it in a Styrofoam body suit. (Yeah, that works!) If you have a heart attack during, you have a heart attack during, and if your wife finds out, your wife finds out. A condom will not help you. And when your wife does find out she will punish you with extreme force and strength and you and your safety will be of no consideration to her.

Good argument for unprotected sex?

The "logic" goes like this:

Argument: "I don't want to do X."
Counter argument: "But X will protect you against A."
Argument: "But X will not protect you against B, C, D, E F... so it is not necessary."
Bad logic. It still protects against A, and A, if it is a freak head injury, is a very important thing to protect against.
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post #35 of 39 Old 05-24-2011, 11:12 PM
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That guy is heffed up on loof balls. What a narcissistic jabber jaw that likes to hear himself talk. Someone needs to teach him how to ride a canter.
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post #36 of 39 Old 05-24-2011, 11:19 PM
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...Someone needs to teach him how to ride a canter.
That was intentional. He's just using the horse's motion to air out his crotch. < / sarcasm >

My daughter's first canter was this last week, and she stayed in the saddle a lot better than that!
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Scary, isn't he? And if you find that stupidity wash, please let me know where to purchase it. I come in contact with a lot of it during the course of a day. ; )

"...you cannot learn to ride a horse without actually BEING on a horse." Tremendously good argument, BSMS.

He hasn't always been like this, by the way. But his ego is causing him to find outlandish arguments for doing things all his way--and no other way is acceptable.

I can't resist...watch this jackass 14:25 min. into this long-winded (pun intended!) video!

Do you have something personal with this trainer?????

There are tons out there just as bad or worse so wondering if there is a personal matter here?
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post #38 of 39 Old 05-25-2011, 12:43 AM Thread Starter
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Spyder... Well, sort of. I am disturbed at how drawn in I was by his early videos and his long talks about the philosophy of horses. I even sent him this long, gushing email about how we thought exactly the same about "always listening to the horse" and so forth. And then as I progressed in his videos and saw some of the things on-line about how he treated people and watched as he became this gigantic megalomanic over time and the ranting against women, and then that vid I posted in which he charges the rolling horse and the fact that he blocks anyone who even slightly disagrees with him and then mocks that person in the next video--and then the vid on helmets! It was too much... I guess, to use another metaphor, I had a big, satisfying meal of this guy's early work, and then, as I kept eating, I got sicker and sicker. I guess I came here to vomit it all up. (Ick!) And I guess I was upset that I got so suckered into his world (and that hundreds of others have too), and I needed to come here and have people confirm that this guy really was a nut job. Thanks for that, forum, by the way! ; ) I feel better.

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post #39 of 39 Old 05-25-2011, 01:35 AM
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I searched him up and I already dislike him -.-

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