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        11-29-2011, 10:20 PM
      #1831
    Weanling
    2 year old Haflinger


    I have a two year old haflinger colt. He is very well natured, comes to you in the pasture. I have not worked him yet, I bought him and they said they have hooked him up. I havent had the time to work him to even see if he works, this is the reason I am selling him. I have had him 6 months and I have done nothing with him. If you would like to come look at him I will be willing to work him to see what he does, I don't think he will be much of a problem. I know who his mom and dad are and he is out of good horse both of them work. I will post pictures of him tomorrow.


    Okay, so after the horrid grammar and spelling, all I have to say is "what?" I am going to go out on a limb and guess they are talking about driving him, with the "hooked up" reference.

    "Does he work?" "No sir, I am afraid he needs new batteries."
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        11-29-2011, 11:02 PM
      #1832
    Weanling
    "hi I am looking for a free horse if you have a good trile horse and need to find a good home. Or you r whating a good home for you horese befor winter I am what you r looking for I lost my job and hade to sale my horses and I am back and ready to get back in the saddle please do not trun me down if you have any thing you what to ask me ask me.
    The horse must bee??
    Trile ride abowl
    Must between 3 to 10
    Or if you have one that you haveint ride in a year or two that is ok
    Must seend pic and info on the horse
    Please help me out thanks if you do not what to tack you horese to a kill farm look me up "

    Whating a Free horse
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        11-29-2011, 11:07 PM
      #1833
    Showing
    Wow.
         
        11-29-2011, 11:54 PM
      #1834
    Started
    Hm.. Suggesting getting an education and learning how to spell very basic words before a taking on a horse.... People amaze me.
         
        11-29-2011, 11:57 PM
      #1835
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by amp23    
    Hm.. Suggesting getting an education and learning how to spell very basic words before a taking on a horse.... People amaze me.
    Well, I would say a "decent" overall education isn't necessary to own a horse but...
    Um...
    At least... *some* education might be necessary to keep a job! 0.o
         
        11-29-2011, 11:59 PM
      #1836
    Started
    Yeah, I agree. But it's just amazing to me how illiterate people can be today and still survive in this economy.. I personally would not sell, much less give, someone a horse that had that grammar that bad.
         
        11-30-2011, 12:04 AM
      #1837
    Yearling
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by amp23    
    Yeah, I agree. But it's just amazing to me how illiterate people can be today and still survive in this economy.. I personally would not sell, much less give, someone a horse that had that grammar that bad.
    Off Topic, but I've decided that the less education and good job history you have, the easier it must be!!!

    They screwed up my xfer when we moved to PA from Cali, so I went from 15.50/hr + to 0....for the past....three years. I've had my wage history laughed at, and I never get a call back. The only time I've heard a comment (outside of the LAUGHTER from the company I worked for...don't ask about that *grumble) was when I handed a manager an application and he saw my wage history. His response "You do know this job pays minimum wage, right?".

    DUH.
    I haven't quite gotten down to lying about my wage history and omitting my resume and letters of recommendation but ...man, if I wasn't going to school, maybe I'd try that...and misspelling a few words. Seems to work lol.
         
        11-30-2011, 12:28 AM
      #1838
    Showing
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by MysterySparrow    
    2 year old Haflinger


    I have a two year old haflinger colt. He is very well natured, comes to you in the pasture. I have not worked him yet, I bought him and they said they have hooked him up. I havent had the time to work him to even see if he works, this is the reason I am selling him. I have had him 6 months and I have done nothing with him. If you would like to come look at him I will be willing to work him to see what he does, I don't think he will be much of a problem. I know who his mom and dad are and he is out of good horse both of them work. I will post pictures of him tomorrow.


    Okay, so after the horrid grammar and spelling, all I have to say is "what?" I am going to go out on a limb and guess they are talking about driving him, with the "hooked up" reference.

    "Does he work?" "No sir, I am afraid he needs new batteries."
    OMG! I have to say that the last thing you said (about him needing new batteries) was exactly what I was thinking through reading that entire ad. I was like, "Ummmmm...are we talking about one of those mechanical horses in front of Walmart or...?"
         
        11-30-2011, 12:52 AM
      #1839
    Started
    Wow that really sucks.. I got lucky finding my current job (beach trail guide) which requires extra schooling or anything.. So I'm doing that while at college.. Hopefully my years of collge will pay off! (only a freshman now)

    Quote:
    Originally Posted by demonwolfmoon    
    Off Topic, but I've decided that the less education and good job history you have, the easier it must be!!!

    They screwed up my xfer when we moved to PA from Cali, so I went from 15.50/hr + to 0....for the past....three years. I've had my wage history laughed at, and I never get a call back. The only time I've heard a comment (outside of the LAUGHTER from the company I worked for...don't ask about that *grumble) was when I handed a manager an application and he saw my wage history. His response "You do know this job pays minimum wage, right?".

    DUH.
    I haven't quite gotten down to lying about my wage history and omitting my resume and letters of recommendation but ...man, if I wasn't going to school, maybe I'd try that...and misspelling a few words. Seems to work lol.
         
        11-30-2011, 01:59 PM
      #1840
    dee
    Started
    This is an accident waiting to happen...and the poor pony is crippled to boot? WTH?

    KIDS PONY - $300 (YUKON)



    Great little kids pony.. He is crippled and has been since birth, but has started many kids on their way to the wonderful world of horses. He is great to lead around for the little ones and for the older ones to ride a little. He doesn't bite, kick or any of those bad habits. Will only go to a good loving family. Call: xxx-xxx-xxxx
    • Location: YUKON
    • it's NOT ok to contact this poster with services or other commercial interests
         

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