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post #6001 of 7202 Old 02-24-2013, 03:51 AM
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OMG. So he's selling a girl white horse that was with a BURGUNDY thoroughbred. HA! Burgundy... really. Wow. My guess is that the guy must have somehow "inherited" this "girl white horse" and has no idea what to do with her, and no idea about horses in general. Too funny.
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post #6002 of 7202 Old 02-24-2013, 12:17 PM
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Surprise!
When I was thirty years old I was still being asked for my I.D in a bar. Not long ago we dined at a restaurant and when I was paying the bill I asked the waitress, ďWhat about the senior discount?Ē She said, ďI already gave it to you.Ē Iíve been trying to forget my birthday for two decades. The problem is nobody else forgets. I once got into an argument with my other wife in my other life over my age. I contended that I was 49 and she said I was 50. It went on for a while until she finally said, ďIf you donít believe me look at your driverís license.Ē Crap! I hated it when she was right. Now I even get anonymous cyber birthday greetings over the Internet along with advertisements from the Neptune Society and the scooter company.

So anyway, yesterday was my birthday. My wife gave me a beautiful pair of exercise pants, navy blue with a sky blue stripe down the leg and a matching jacket. I have taken to wearing exercise pants because they have a wide elastic band and the pants donít fall down my non existent ass. How is it that a guy can lose his ass and develop man boobs at the same time and as the hair on your head thins it sprouts out of your nose like a nostril goatee? Anyway the pants were size large. (What was she thinking?) When I put them on they were so baggy I looked like Chucko the Clown.

Later, I was here in the office. My daughter called and she was playing Hard Dayís Night on the piano over the telephone from the Beatles collection I gave her for Christmas. I heard voices out in the living room but I was enjoying sharing with my daughter and ignored them for awhile. I even forgot it was my birthday until we ended the conversation and Sarah wished me happy birthday. When I emerged from my cave the front room was full of people all wishing me happy birthday. SURPRISE! I wondered why my bride had been vacuuming the house and scrubbing the toilet. I hadnít paid much attention. I was in the office all day writing a complaint about the Social Security Administration to my senator. Joyce set a beautiful dinner on the table and I have to admit that I enjoyed the friendship and conversation. I didnít even have to participate in the board games that Joyce loves so much. There were too many people. I wouldnít mind if she would let me win once.

I woke up at dawn and put a couple of pieces of wood in the stove. I read a few chapters in the book Iím reading while waiting for the fire to take off. I got drowsy and went back to bed just as Joyce was getting up. I was in one of those shallow slumber stages where I can remember a dream after I wake up. I often have what I call dead end dreams where Iím in a predicament I cannot get out of. Itís happened so many times that my subconscious mind now says; Screw it I donít have to do this. Iím going to wake up.Ē

Either that or my dream is a comedy. So I went back to sleep and I am dreaming that Joyce is giving me a watch for my birthday. I have never worn a watch in my life. Itís not safe when a person is shoeing horses to wear a watch or a ring. (So, you wonder why the farrier is late?) In the dream she is giving me an elegant gold watch with a beautiful band. It might even have been a Rolex Daytona Sapphire. I put it on thinking that Rolex or not it feels terrible on my wrist. And then when I look at the time both the minute and the hour hand have little pink hearts on the endsÖ.and I start laughing and wake up.

I guess it isnít so bad having friends and family that care about me wishing me a happy birthday even if the pants are baggy and the watch is gay.
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post #6003 of 7202 Old 02-24-2013, 12:35 PM
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Um. Did you mean to write that in a different thread??^^^ Ha ha.

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post #6004 of 7202 Old 02-24-2013, 03:09 PM
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REGISTERED PUREBRED Andalusian Brood mares
REGISTERED PUREBRED Andalusian Brood mares - $4000

Retiring From Breeding. All horses are IALHA Registered. Andalusian Broodmares. $4000 and up. Email for details


Sorry, but if they were broodmares and are retired, they're probably all at least twenty. Why would you pay $4,000+ for a retired pasture puff, even if its pretty?


FAMILY HORSES WANTED (Conroe )

Family is looking for 3 SAFE/trail type horses. Horse must be stout/15h+ and have a current negative coggins and be free/$1-500.

*headdesk* sure, let me give you my super broke, coggins tested (which alone costs about $90 here), well built horse for no money!
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post #6005 of 7202 Old 02-24-2013, 03:22 PM
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REGISTERED PUREBRED Andalusian Brood mares
REGISTERED PUREBRED Andalusian Brood mares - $4000

Retiring From Breeding. All horses are IALHA Registered. Andalusian Broodmares. $4000 and up. Email for details


Sorry, but if they were broodmares and are retired, they're probably all at least twenty. Why would you pay $4,000+ for a retired pasture puff, even if its pretty?!
Actually, it just says that the person is retiring from breeding, not that the mares are retired.
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post #6006 of 7202 Old 02-24-2013, 03:25 PM
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I'm very sick and can't breathe through my nose and my voice is 100% gone, yet still this thread is making me cough like heck! (aka TRY and laugh)

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post #6007 of 7202 Old 02-24-2013, 03:30 PM
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Where does it say she is bred back? Or are you basing it on the prego pic?
Via an email sent from the owner. Unless she slipped the foal between now and then, which is one of dead foals she has pictures of.

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post #6008 of 7202 Old 02-24-2013, 11:01 PM
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Crazy teen, Actually it was supposed to go into the over 40 thread. Don't know how I ended up in here.
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post #6009 of 7202 Old 02-25-2013, 03:29 AM
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"Standard breed pinto
Sadley I'm selling my pinto he will make a great horse for someone with time for him, I brought him thinking I could ride him with no hassles well that's what I was told. He is only a baby he is 15 mths I had him gelded he is such a lovely horse with great markings he is black an white he is great to catch loves attention, I wanted a horse to play around on , on the farm just stuff like that, this sad person that sold him to me was obvious only after the money. I am asking $2000 for him or would swap for horse that has been there and done it please only text or phone."

Yeah... $2000 for a 15mo standy... You can buy a fully broke bombproof STB for $500 here. Keep dreaming, mate.
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post #6010 of 7202 Old 02-25-2013, 07:14 AM
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"Standard breed pinto
Sadley I'm selling my pinto he will make a great horse for someone with time for him, I brought him thinking I could ride him with no hassles well that's what I was told. He is only a baby he is 15 mths I had him gelded he is such a lovely horse with great markings he is black an white he is great to catch loves attention, I wanted a horse to play around on , on the farm just stuff like that, this sad person that sold him to me was obvious only after the money. I am asking $2000 for him or would swap for horse that has been there and done it please only text or phone."

Yeah... $2000 for a 15mo standy... You can buy a fully broke bombproof STB for $500 here. Keep dreaming, mate.
Seriously? I kinda hope someone is stupid enough to pay that money for him just to get him away from someone who thinks that they will be able to ride a 15 month old horse...
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