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« Reply #350 on: 09/02/2009 02:00:15 »
The drams of glory rise in ever-shifting waves of vision, but only because of the lack of oxygen to the brain that caused the Persian chat to become a pancake.

He is, as are we all, delusional in this vision of our own creating, parsing chi though little cells, staved for blood, and bending it into our reality - for there is only one - everything is consciousness, the rest illusion.

Say hello to the turkey, please. It will be eaten at dinner tomorrow night, after the sacrifice.
 

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« Reply #351 on: 09/02/2009 02:46:36 »
OK how did chem4 gain 5 points overnight. Is he logging on as a newbie and awarding himself marks. Mischief is afoot, I'm sure.
I should ask you that same question! How did you manage 7 or is it 8 overnight?
 

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« Reply #352 on: 09/02/2009 03:02:46 »
Wow! Very eloquent,  beautiful and well written Yor_on.  I enjoyed reading your post!
« Last Edit: 09/02/2009 06:04:10 by Karen W. »
 

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« Reply #353 on: 09/02/2009 05:07:39 »
Mr yor_on has a way with words :)
 

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« Reply #354 on: 09/02/2009 06:08:20 »
Yes he does.
 

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« Reply #355 on: 09/02/2009 13:56:25 »
So do you friends.
And the more you write like that, the more eloquent I will be forced to be.
In the end I will most probably drown in my own words.

Ah, I see through that fiendish plan now.
Ha, thought I would fall for that one, did you?
I'm all to smart for that.

Not a word over those lips.
Closed like a clam.

Tightlipped, the understatement of an...
Like Clint, you know.

*make my day*
Tried to get me again huh.


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Nope, no chance of that, you just wait.
Some day I will be able to afford that horse too.
And then dear ladies, not a dry eye in the house.

As we proudly ride away into the sunset.


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Yes. I can see it now, me and Jolly Jumper, and a sack of beans.
(Just need to learn to ride, do they use ladders?)

Have behind, needs instruction... Sort of?
Naah, didn't sound quite right, that one.

I mean, how hard can it be?

Looked pretty easy on the telly if you ask me.
Yep, that and my stiff upper lip, that's me.


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Or my horses?
Or Both??

So, not a word over those lips.
Not never...


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Moore.
And I will Roger that.
« Last Edit: 09/02/2009 14:13:10 by yor_on »
 

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« Reply #356 on: 09/02/2009 19:02:32 »
lol...you bring to mind a funny memory...Lol..Trying to ide a horse after years of not riding..Lol..

My daughter bought her horse about 14 years old..with her paper route money.....I drove the route while helping her wrap and band newspapers...lol..

Anyway..Se bought the horse..."Bandit" quite the personality..I decided i would ride him after she had had him about a year....
The horse knewI was no proper rder and really did not want my large self on his back..Lol so he immediatly tried to brush me off b running me up under the appletree... Smart allek horse...

Lol..I stayed on but I fear hw won an I got spooked and felt to old for that... so bailed..Lol..

It was funny...I had to stand on a large picnic table to get on him......Really did need a ladder....the stitups and horn were of no use to me.....crazy old woman I OBVIOUSLY WAS..lol...
 

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« Reply #357 on: 09/02/2009 21:29:34 »
Hairy experience Karen.
I have this theory though, if you have a long enough stick and hang a carrot there that pedestrian quadruped will give chase to it.

The idea is twofolded, it won't attack you, and by changing position of it you can steer too.
The only thing left is how to mount the brakes on it?

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I mean that the horse won't attack you.
I'm not worried about the carrot.

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This will work...
As long as you get up facing the right end that is.

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Although it didn't work for me?
Any tips?

------------Survival tip---------------------

Although If that said carrot do try to attack.
Threaten it with Bugs Bunny.

Looney?
Me??
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« Reply #358 on: 09/02/2009 21:41:32 »
Yor_on it only pays to keep your lips sealed if you are a lady and you are riding bare back. Boy does it make me yelp!
 

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« Reply #359 on: 09/02/2009 21:42:52 »
OK how did chem4 gain 5 points overnight. Is he logging on as a newbie and awarding himself marks. Mischief is afoot, I'm sure.
I should ask you that same question! How did you manage 7 or is it 8 overnight?
I have been given a good thumbing by 7 or 8 other forum members. Can't say it was very satisfying.
 

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« Reply #360 on: 09/02/2009 21:45:41 »
Proud to read your thightlipped comments Lady.
This is what makes this forum so enlightened.

That, and a beer:)
 

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« Reply #361 on: 09/02/2009 21:50:33 »
It is nice to see your karma has gone up yor_on. I value your opinion on this forum.

I used to ride horses but have become allergic to them. It is hard to ride whilst having an asthma attack. My husband doesn't think it is a good excuse though!
 

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« Reply #362 on: 09/02/2009 22:04:23 »
Thank you Lady.
And the same to you:)

I too have ridden horses, when young.
Was on a farm raising and training them for a summer.
So I know how Karen felt:)
 

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« Reply #363 on: 09/02/2009 22:18:30 »
My old horse knew all the tricks in the book from breathing in when I tightened the girth to spinning around in tight circles to tey and dislodge me.
 

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« Reply #364 on: 10/02/2009 07:41:08 »
Thank you Lady.
And the same to you:)

I too have ridden horses, when young.
Was on a farm raising and training them for a summer.
So I know how Karen felt:)


Felt defeated by the horse and he knew it! LOL.. I still like them They are beautiful animals!
 

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« Reply #365 on: 10/02/2009 07:42:00 »
My old horse knew all the tricks in the book from breathing in when I tightened the girth to spinning around in tight circles to try and dislodge me.

Isn't that funny how they think.. they are quite intelligent!
 

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« Reply #366 on: 10/02/2009 12:27:07 »
Horses are free spirited:)
If treated right.
 

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« Reply #367 on: 10/02/2009 13:10:12 »
My old horse knew all the tricks in the book from breathing in when I tightened the girth to spinning around in tight circles to tey and dislodge me.

I used to have a girlfriend like that, too.
 

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« Reply #368 on: 10/02/2009 16:06:47 »
My, my playing pony girl with her?

That is kinky, IMHO.
 

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« Reply #369 on: 10/02/2009 17:43:48 »
JimBob is this another filthy code (IMHO) You really should stop reading those mucky mags.
 

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« Reply #370 on: 10/02/2009 19:01:19 »
JimBob is this another filthy code (IMHO) You really should stop reading those mucky mags.

I can't read them any more - they are stuck together from ... er, PEANUT BUTTER, ya that's it, peanut butter.
 

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« Reply #371 on: 11/02/2009 06:09:07 »
Tut tut JimBob, you shouldn't stuff yourself with nuts all the time.
 

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« Reply #372 on: 11/02/2009 07:45:19 »
Tut tut JimBob, you shouldn't stuff yourself with nuts all the time.

I think that he was actually chucking his nuts into them...

Does anyone know where I can offload my chutney?
 

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« Reply #373 on: 11/02/2009 07:59:19 »
Does anyone know where I can offload my chutney?
Chutney ? = Caribbean rhythmic Caribbean song??? A popular Caribbean form of song with a quick beat, much influenced by calypso in rhythm and choice of subjects???? Is that what you mean?? Or the sweet and spicy relish made from fruit, spices, sugar, and vinegar



 

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« Reply #374 on: 11/02/2009 08:06:50 »
It's a euphamism. Which is a sort of electronic trombone.
 

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