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2011-12-20 11:10:07
I guess this picture will make Patito really horny!
2011-12-20 01:07:07
Hey, Cuz, how's it going? Haven't seen you for a while. Last time was when you were working on that sheep ranch out in Wyoming. As I recall you were willing to work for almost nothing since you had access to the whole herd. And when I asked you how that sheep nookie was, you said " not"
2011-12-20 00:16:50
I think JU52 said that because we all know you diddle goats, and when none around, you'll go after any other animal.
2011-12-19 17:08:53
Why ? Because it turns you on ?
2011-12-19 17:07:49
What's the matter ? Did your mother cut you off again?
2011-12-19 14:48:56
I was also raised on a farm and not only can I tell the difference between a cow and a bull but also the difference between a gentleman and bully.
2011-12-19 06:07:29
and FUCK YOU Patito
2011-12-19 06:06:24
I was born and raised on a farm, so FUCK YOU cowgirl, and I rode bareback as a kid. You wouldn't know the difference between a cow and a bull.
2011-12-19 04:34:27
To Duppers...that horse is on his back because it's wallowing and scratching itself. That's what horses do, hobbled or not. Cows do it too, so do deer and buffalo and elephants and a lot of other critters. You people ever even seen any animals besides the ones in your town zoo ?
2011-12-19 04:15:24
I don't think National Geographic has 'sick' photographers. If you tie a horse to a tree, how does it feed? When hobbled, it can graze. Btw, are you a vegetarian? If you eat meat, do you have ANY idea how cruelly cattle and other meat-producing animals are treated? That IS sick, hobbling a horse is NOT.
2011-12-19 04:11:22
Some city-slickers out there who never tried to catch a horse or had to find one that'd wandered off and have some strong opinions about something they don't know anything about.
2011-12-19 03:49:55
I think it's sick. All the excused are not for this picture....lots of trees. It was to satisfy a sick photographer.
2011-12-19 03:42:09
2011-12-19 03:28:43
It is not cruel and it does not hurt the horse. "Western hobbles are normally used to secure a horse when no tie device, tree or other object is available to secure a horse. When traveling across open lands, if a rider has to dismount for various reasons, the horse can be secured. Hobbles also allow a horse to graze and move short and slow distances, but prevent the horse from running off too far. This is handy at night if the rider has to get some sleep so in the morning he can find his horse, not too far away."
2011-12-19 03:19:59
My thought exactly, Lulcac. That horse is hobbled and that's why he's on his back! It's cruel to do this to a horse.
2011-12-19 01:27:58
why is that horse tied up like that ?