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        11-22-2010, 06:29 AM
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    You have to be careful what you ask and what you write about. The what ifs are hard for people because its not a fact and how can you base a conclusion or opinion on something that hasn't happened to someone? That's all. No big deal. We all make punctuation mistakes, seriously not something to end the world with. When someone has a thought or idea, their first instinct is to quickly get it out of their head. So ya mistakes happen!
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        11-22-2010, 04:34 PM
    Ok well I guess ill delete it than
        11-24-2010, 04:20 PM
    I'd hate to seem rude but I agree with everyone else. You should probably edit your topic so that more people can understand and answer you. I think your trying to ask what I'd do if I were to find that my horse was stolen and the person who stole it was going to send him to slaughter. I wouldn't allow this person to get away with it. This person would've stole a member of my family and threatened to kill him. It would take a lot to keep me from beating that person into a pulp. Of course it would be a miricle if you could even find your horse if it got stolen. Stolen horses are difficult to find and a lot of them never find their way back home. It's sad to think about.
        11-24-2010, 04:23 PM
    That's why you take steps to protect your horse, and have a plan in case that "What if" happens
        11-29-2010, 10:32 PM
    Originally Posted by Katesrider011    
    That's why you take steps to protect your horse, and have a plan in case that "What if" happens
    Your right. We need to be aware at all costs. The world isn't a safe place even for the horses who are innocent victums.
        11-29-2010, 10:53 PM
    Yes, I'm always thinking about the what if's. Don't let anyone say you are too paranoid about your horses either cause only the paranoid survive.
        11-30-2010, 11:08 PM
    Look what happened to my hubby's horse when we weren't paranoid enough...
        07-13-2011, 12:56 AM
    My paint horse Rem was stolen when he was one years old.
    I know the lady that did it.
    I use to show at barns and farms over here and canada, and had lots of equistrian friends. I went around and destroyed her name. No one sold to her, or bought from her.
    I took her to court, and got him back legally.

    But if I saw her in the street, I might run her over. (even six years later) >:(
    I have been told she has moved a few states over
    Since then I have locks on all my gates, and make friends with all the horse people I see, and really get to know my neighbores.
        07-13-2011, 05:04 AM
    I'd have to shoot somebody for thieving my horse.
        07-14-2011, 07:38 AM
    Originally Posted by aliloveshorses09    
    Sorry I was just wondering and I guess I will delete it and you guys don't have to be so mean.
    The posts about how you wrote it are not meant to be mean. What they are trying to tell you is that if you were to write and spell correctly maybe more people would understand it and reply.
    It is just a tip for next time, or whenever you decide to edit this thread to make it more understandable for others.
    Yes, I get where you are coming from, some people are a little harsh when telling others to correct something they have done wrong, but most of the time they don't mean to be harsh. Everyone has their own way of fixing things, right?

    So my suggestion for you is that you fix your incorrect spelling and make it more understandable for the readers. Unless of course you want to keep recieving comments about it.

    As for what you asked, no one can actually send someone to jail except for the police. The most we can do is warn others and make sure the police know. This may mean taking them to court in some casses, but others not.

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