• Do you find it amusing when people who have the following qualities assert awareness and understanding superiority over you?

    Best answer: Who is more likely to have an enlightened perspective? Who should be taken more seriously? A uniquely high-grade survival advocate who is highly skilled and very experienced (active since childhood) in threat detection, with very highly advanced levels of understanding and awareness of the situation and... show more
    Best answer: Who is more likely to have an enlightened perspective? Who should be taken more seriously?


    A uniquely high-grade survival advocate who is highly skilled and very experienced (active since childhood) in threat detection, with very highly advanced levels of understanding and awareness of the situation and surrounding factors, as well as an absolute behemoth of an information base. A born tactician who was raised in a refined environment and frequently demonstrates their intensely critical and logical attitude. Meticulous and cunning. Someone who has carried out very extensive research and observation.

    Basically, an ethical, more intelligent, racially European, seriously more physically attractive and highly cultivated version of Shane Walsh, with an English accent and non-degenerate manner of speaking.

    Or...

    Generic, low-grade leftists, heterogeneity defenders and/or disgraceful types, none with any unique and interesting outlooks or counter-arguments. Some of whom recommend disgusting and perverted activities. Some of whom lecture people about the immorality of not embracing racial heterogeneity, while living in the nation's most homogeneous areas, avoiding the negative effects (hypocrites). A large collection of morons who have obviously has done little to no research on relevant topics and surrounding factors. Confirmed inadequates, with usage of pathetic terms like "colour", "skin colour", White British" and "white European" as well assertions that Semites are "white". Users with strong trolling tendencies as well as generally bad grammar.

    They all know they are in the wrong. They are just too consumed by arrogance and/or cowardice to admit it. People of better character would accept that they are outclassed.
    4 answers · 1 day ago
  • How are dead horses disposed of?

    Best answer: Many ways - they are cremated, buried, or sent to a rendering plant where they either end up in a landfill or processed into pet food (the by-products you see on your dog food labels). Only live horses are technically allowed to be slaughtered for human consumption. While it isn't legal in the US, there is... show more
    Best answer: Many ways - they are cremated, buried, or sent to a rendering plant where they either end up in a landfill or processed into pet food (the by-products you see on your dog food labels). Only live horses are technically allowed to be slaughtered for human consumption. While it isn't legal in the US, there is a big market for horsemeat in Mexico, China, and the UK.
    11 answers · 7 days ago
  • What's the best way to humanely kill a sick pony?

    Best answer: This is just cruel, sick troll. Nothing ti see here.
    Best answer: This is just cruel, sick troll. Nothing ti see here.
    12 answers · 1 week ago
  • Brought home a horse and he is totally different!?

    Best answer: You have some good answers here. It could be a lot of things but I would focus for now on what are the most common issues. The shaking and rearing upon knowing he will get a saddle on indicate PAIN. 1. Poorly fitting saddle. You may have ridden in their saddle. When I sell a horse, I use all my own tack... show more
    Best answer: You have some good answers here. It could be a lot of things but I would focus for now on what are the most common issues. The shaking and rearing upon knowing he will get a saddle on indicate PAIN.

    1. Poorly fitting saddle. You may have ridden in their saddle. When I sell a horse, I use all my own tack which I know fits. A horse doesn't often go well in totally new tack with a totally new rider. Your saddle may have been fine for a quick ride at home. Like badly fitting shoes, you can suck up the pain for so long and they you just can't. If he refuses saddling and gets worked up before and as you are saddling this is the likely issue.

    2. He was tranquilized or given pain meds prior to your test ride. Call the seller. Describe the problem. If he was tranq'd they will deny it. But if he was not, they will deny it and be concerned about their horse.

    3. He is unsure of you and his new spot in the herd or his new surroundings. This can lead to ulcers even if he didn't have them before. Horses bellies can be incredibly sensitive to changes in environment which make them upset or to changes in feed. This leads to all kinds of sensitivities on their girth area most commonly (a girthy horse who refuses saddling) but other areas too like the wither or loin. These ulcers are very painful. As the horse gets taken out to be ridden, their tummy tenses up, makes more acid and it get worse. They get nervous and then it hurts. You might consider a course of omeprazole. It would not hurt and may help tremendously. Talk to the vet.

    Horses spend the vast majority of time on their own either stalled, in turnout, or whatever situation we line up for them to spend their days. If this situation is vastly different than before he may be having a hard time adjusting and feeling overwhelmed. Go back to basics and do not ride him. Do ground work. If he was super attached to his other person, see if the previous owner can come and visit him to help him transition. If they ride him and he still displays issues, there is likely something truly painful going on and you need the vet for omeprazole, teeth, or a soundness issue (likely the back from the behavior you describe).

    I would have the vet out for a wellness exam and to get to know your new horse anyway. Describe the situation. Have them check for soreness, check if his teeth need floating, check his worm load, talk to them about omeprazole or ranitidine etc.... It is not a wasted trip.
    12 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • What’s a fair price to ask for my horse as stud?

    Best answer: Be careful. A stallion who gets used as a backyard breeder often becomes unridable after they jump a few mares. They start thinking with their dick instead of their brain. And then you have a horse who is a dick. Unless you have experience and training in riding stallions and the extra care you must take, I... show more
    Best answer: Be careful. A stallion who gets used as a backyard breeder often becomes unridable after they jump a few mares. They start thinking with their dick instead of their brain. And then you have a horse who is a dick.

    Unless you have experience and training in riding stallions and the extra care you must take, I would geld him if what you have in mind is using him as a riding horse.
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Has anyone got any anti-horse propaganda?

    Trying to show my friend why they arent to be trueted, thanks
    Trying to show my friend why they arent to be trueted, thanks
    4 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Should I quit riding horses?

    Coming from an underprivileged background, riding horses has been something I've constantly had to fight for. I love it so much, I really do. Or, well, I used to. I ride for both of my university's equestrian teams, which means my schedule is INSANE. However, I recently got an injury that's given me... show more
    Coming from an underprivileged background, riding horses has been something I've constantly had to fight for. I love it so much, I really do. Or, well, I used to. I ride for both of my university's equestrian teams, which means my schedule is INSANE. However, I recently got an injury that's given me far more time off and it's been GREAT (well, the injury-part sucks). I've actually had time to be a normal college student and it's made me wonder how differently my life could've been and could still be if I'd quit riding. I used to love horses so much, but lately, I can't remember why I fell in love with the sport in the first place. I'm always in a constant state of exhaustion, my grades have been suffering, and I'm always stressed. It's to the point where I'm dreading healing because I don't want to go back to that crazy schedule. I'm tired all the time and I have 0 free time to hang out with friends who aren't on the team. All this being said, I also don't want to disappoint anyone - least of all my coaches or teammates. What do I do? How do I handle this situation so that no one gets hurt? *No, I did not get my injury by falling off a horse, though it did happen at the barn. However, the last time I rode, I did almost take a near-fall and haven't had the opportunity to get back on since*
    11 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • When horses fight does the other one bite the other ones penis?

    Best answer: nope.
    Best answer: nope.
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Horse Blanketing Question?

    If you have an unclipped horse who lives outside 24/7, would it ever need a blanket and if so what type? Granted the horse would be healthy and able to grow a nice full winter coat. I've heard different things, like you should never put a turnout sheet on or else it will flatten the hairs that promote warmth... show more
    If you have an unclipped horse who lives outside 24/7, would it ever need a blanket and if so what type? Granted the horse would be healthy and able to grow a nice full winter coat. I've heard different things, like you should never put a turnout sheet on or else it will flatten the hairs that promote warmth and to instead use a blanket with actual fill. But wouldn't a heavier blanket with fill flatten the hairs even more? Others say the horse would never need a blanket unless it was super cold and wet at the same time, which I agree with, but in the instance where it would need a blanket what would be the best to use (in very cold & wet temps) that wouldn't impede with the hair?
    7 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Do you think there is a compelling case for the dissolution of the United States of America on moral and logical grounds?

    If not, allow my accounts to enlighten you.
    If not, allow my accounts to enlighten you.
    8 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Why is it Britons generally care more about these trivial issues more than the issues that really matter? Is this societal simplification?

    Trivial issues: - Fracking - Economic difficulties - Israel-Palestine situation (an irrelevant problem far away) - Non-critical infrastructure (e.g rail) - Inconsequential actions of politicians And many more. The serious problems (one centred around life, death and extinction): - Racial eradication threat /... show more
    Trivial issues: - Fracking - Economic difficulties - Israel-Palestine situation (an irrelevant problem far away) - Non-critical infrastructure (e.g rail) - Inconsequential actions of politicians And many more. The serious problems (one centred around life, death and extinction): - Racial eradication threat / endangerment (threatens numbers, maximum protection against threats and high-level general physical attractiveness) - Islamic threat (relentless terrorism, widespread resentment, demographic spread, infiltration, slum enclaves, etc) - Belligerent alien culture (caused Rotherham, more acid attacks, violent degeneracy, etc) - Other heterogeneity-enabled events (resentment-inciting grievance-mongers, alien tribalism, espionage threats, etc) - Serious cultural degeneracy problem (the nation is soaked with it, it causes misery, property destruction and death)
    4 answers · 4 weeks ago
  • Owner trying to back out of sale on lease to buy horse?

    Hi! For six months I’ve been leasing a large pony mare from a girl with a contract stating I have option to buy at the end of the lease. I have just under a month left and the seller is saying she will not sell me the pony and that she talked to a couple that she is planning to sell the pony to instead. I use this... show more
    Hi! For six months I’ve been leasing a large pony mare from a girl with a contract stating I have option to buy at the end of the lease. I have just under a month left and the seller is saying she will not sell me the pony and that she talked to a couple that she is planning to sell the pony to instead. I use this pony for my business and as a personal pony. She went from green to close to finished and has become a reliable addition to my group. I don’t want to lose her both out of emotional attachment and profit loss. The girl’s reasoning is she can’t trust me because of a rumor she heard about me that has no connection to her or the pony and it’s a rumor I proved was untrue after taking the person spreading it to court. How do I get this girl to uphold her end of the contract and sell the pony to me instead of someone else? She’s an eighteen year old who never sold a horse before, so I’m not sure if she’s mature enough to realize how important contracts are.
    12 answers · 1 month ago
  • Is my horse love me?

    I’ve been doing equine therapy for the past 3 months&we have a bunch of different horses but last month I really bonded with one horse and worked with him ever since.I do think he loves me or well really likes my presence.I work with him once every week.At first I expected him to forget me. The first time I... show more
    I’ve been doing equine therapy for the past 3 months&we have a bunch of different horses but last month I really bonded with one horse and worked with him ever since.I do think he loves me or well really likes my presence.I work with him once every week.At first I expected him to forget me. The first time I bonded with him,I was crying&he came from across the field&gave me a horse hug,I had worked with him the week before but didn’t feel connected.The whole time I worked with him he followed me without hesitation, kept putting his head as close to me as possible&kept neighing really loudly.The next time I showed up he saw me petting other horses&came right over to me&wouldn’t stop following me.Every time I show up he comes straight to me. If I pet another horse he stops what he’s doing&comes to me. He will put his face in my mine,which can scare me a bit but I think it’s not violent because he just stays there.The other week though he would not stop nibbling me, that’s all he was doing, and i didn’t understand it because he hasn’t done it before. Also, we have a podium for the horses to stand on, and right when I pull it out, he gets right on it, when others horses have to be coax on. Even if we just walk past it, he tries to get on, even though I didn’t need him to. I don’t know if he just likes the podium and knows he’s good on it, or is trying to please me. I have never worked with horses before so I don’t really understand if he likes me, but I think he might.
    7 answers · 1 month ago