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        02-12-2009, 06:50 PM
      #91
    Zab
    Yearling
    Since I wasn't allowed to express myself freely without having my post removed, when I finally lost my patiense, I'll just repost it censored:

    Anyway, since most of you guys has too little selfcontrole, respect and empathy to just keep to the topic or leave the thread, *** **** **** ** **** ***** ****, I'm off now.
    Another reason I'm going is that I'll go on a vacation for a few weeks and I'm not going to spill my time there on this site. (Or really on any other site either)

    I'm saying like Kura; I'm getting more and more disappointed at this forum. I thought I had found one that was different were people respected each others views on horses even if they didn't always agree. Because I really don't ask everyone to agree with me, but it wouldn't be too much to ask to keep to the topic and stop harassing me with the same arguments, same accusations and same **** disrespect as before the twentyeleventh time you were asked to keep to the topic.

    If you don't like rearing, don't go in and write in the thread, and definely don't write the same thing over and over again. Or at least go find a thread with the question ''should I teach my horse to rear?'' instead of one with the question ''what cues do you use for rearing?''. Is that really so dificult for you?

    Thank you JDI for at least bringing up a new argument instead of all the ones I've already explained my response to.
    Thank to those of you who reacted on the inability to stick to the purpose of the thread, even if you don't like rearing yourself.
    And thanks to you who just answered my question.

    And thank you mod for giving me my text back. I hope there's not enough bad words left to delete the post now. I'm not going to be all nice and friendly, afterall I'm a tad bit annoyed.
         
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        02-12-2009, 08:18 PM
      #92
    Showing
    Well .... since this thread has obviously run it's course, it's time to close it.
         

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