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TheNarrator

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Dewey - proven to be a liar once again and getting owned by pabar:

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pabar - I have a ton of Breeders Cup Party preparation to do so I'm out for awhile.  You have a good day.


Thanks for updating me on your day which I actually had no interest in hearing about.  Feel free to just stop posting if you like.
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pabar - I have a ton of Breeders Cup Party preparation to do so I'm out for awhile.  You have a good day.


Bye Felecia

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Fancy hats and mint juleps make for a fun animal-abuse party.
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Fancy hats and mint juleps make for a fun animal-abuse party.


EG, you aren't serious about the "animal abuse party" comment are you?

Edit to finish my comment.

My wife and I are in the horse business.  We know so many people in the horse business and regardless of breed, the vast majority take exceptional care of their horses.  Thoroughbreds are born to run.  That is what they do.  My wife and I have Quarter Horses, they too run.  However, put them in a pen with cows and see what they naturally do.  So, Thoroughbreds want to run and they want to run with other horses.  It is bred into them.  The people that own them are not abusing them.  Well, at that level, they aren't.  Sure there are bad apples out there as in every walk of life.  The place my wife keeps our horses has some of those "adopted horses" there and now, they are used to give rides to children and young adults in therapy classes.  Anyway, I thought I'd share this.
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Yes I am.
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"Obama isn’t campaigning for Hillary Clinton because he likes her; he’s out there hustling for votes because if Donald Trump is elected, Obama’s cherished legacy will melt away faster than ice cream in August. ObamaCare? Gone. Amnesty for undocumented immigrants? Gone. Overreaching EPA rules that will set our power costs soaring? Done for. The Iran deal? Well, chances are that collapses regardless of who succeeds him.

Obama knows that Hillary is the protector of the status quo and of his legacy. He also knows she cannot be trusted. When she joined his cabinet, Hillary was required to sign an agreement aimed at minimizing her pay-to-play opportunities while she served at the State Department. She vowed that she would not personally participate in any matter that could impact the finances of the Clinton Foundation or the earnings of her husband, Bill. In a separate agreement, she agreed to reveal all foreign donations to the foundation.

We know she broke these promises. In just one of many such examples, after Hillary intervened to solve a tax problem for Swiss banking giant UBS (an unusual gig for Secretary of State), the bank paid husband Bill $1.5 million in speaking fees and donated generously to the foundation. Even more alarming, there were 1,100 foreign donations funneled through the Clinton Foundation’s Canadian affiliate that were received while Clinton was in office but never reported. Clinton’s memorandum of understanding with the Obama White House specifies that the “Clinton Giustra Sustainable Growth Initiative” (the Canadian branch) is part of the Clinton Foundation and must follow “the same protocols.” It did not.

The estimated net worth of Bill and Hillary Clinton in 2006 was $34 million. In 2015, it was $111 million.     Hillary did not rack up such wealth. After all, during her four years as Secretary of State her salary was only $186,000. Filings suggest her net worth in 2006 was about $30 million; in 2015, it was nearly unchanged at $31 million.  In 2006 Bill’s wealth was about $4 million; by 2015 that had soared to $80 million. Note that during those years the U.S. financial markets endured one of the worst downdrafts ever, which lopped off a sizeable slug of the country’s wealth. By 2015 financial markets had recovered, but it is safe to conclude that Bill Clinton’s good fortune did not come by way of investment returns.

No, Bill made a fortune giving speeches, often to groups also funding the Clinton Foundation, and who had business before the U.S. government. It was a seamy arrangement – seamy enough to apparently invite scrutiny from FBI agents who were then blocked from pursuing an investigation."


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Yes I am.


Then you either haven't been around the horse business or are around the wrong people in the business.
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Powell’s opinions also include that GOP candidate Donald Trump is a disgrace and as for Hillary’s campaign, he doubts her qualifications.

“I would rather not have to vote for her, although she is a friend I respect,” Powell wrote. “A 70-year-old person with a long track record, unbridled ambition, greedy, not transformational, with a husband still d—ing bimbos at home (according to the NYP).”

The email apparently was posted by CBS News’ Will Rahn and was from Powell to Democratic donor Jeffrey Leeds.




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I know - I watched the segment.  You were calling out O'Reilly for being inconsistent about taking cheap shots.  Sounds like 75% of your posts in this forum.


pabar - Maybe but he opened his show again today denying he takes any cheap shots.  It's planted in his head now.

For those who missed the segment, Wednesday O'Reilly told a guest we might see Hillary take the oath of office with handcuffs dangling from her wrist.  Quite sarcastic, imo, but we'd learn the next day he saw it as a jest.  In any event, not long after he made his joke, he told another guest, while discussing why Hillary doesn't come on his show, she should feel comfortable because he doesn't take cheap shots.  I thought the memory lapse just a few minutes later was worthy of a quick email.  So I'm 1 for 4 this year on being aired.  As for Breeders Cup today, I was 0 for 4.  Nine more chances tomorrow.
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pabar - Maybe but he opened his show again today denying he takes any cheap shots.  It's planted in his head now.

For those who missed the segment, Wednesday O'Reilly told a guest we might see Hillary take the oath of office with handcuffs dangling from her wrist.  Quite sarcastic, imo, but we'd learn the next day he saw it as a jest.  In any event, not long after he made his joke, he told another guest, while discussing why Hillary doesn't come on his show, she should feel comfortable because he doesn't take cheap shots.  I thought the memory lapse just a few minutes later was worthy of a quick email.  So I'm 1 for 4 this year on being aired.  As for Breeders Cup today, I was 0 for 4.  Nine more chances tomorrow.


Yes - you, a nobody, is in the head of one of the most recognized celebrities (albeit a hack) of all time.  I think you should keep all sharp objects away from your head.
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Yes - you, a nobody, is in the head of one of the most recognized celebrities (albeit a hack) of all time.  I think you should keep all sharp objects away from your head.


lol no kidding. He's excited.

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 As for Breeders Cup today.........



Songbird was a tough loss.........
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Yes, but a great race.
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Then you either haven't been around the horse business or are around the wrong people in the business.


Coach you are a nice guy by all accounts. I won't engage you in a negative back and forth on this topic. When someone disagrees with you, it seems to me like bad form to reply by telling them they don't know what they are talking about. It's ok for two people to understand the issue and still differ on the right approach.

http://www.nytimes.com/1990/10/29/sports/breeders-cup-track-life-goes-on-after-day-of-death.html

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EG, I apologize if I seemed abrupt.  Again, we are in the horse business.  We have several friends that are in the thoroughbred business.  I'd suspect that I know over 200 horse people/families in the thoroughbred business and so, that is where my perspective comes from.  At the barn where we keep our horses, there are at least 20 and they take such good care of their horses that they are more like family members than track stars though they have all run.  So, again, apologize. 
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CoachB - I think EG has every right to be against the sport of horse racing.  There are others who feel like he does.  We're a Country of different opinions.  That said, he wasn't looking for a discussion on the merits of this sport.  He wanted to criticize me.
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Jesus H. Christ dewey mind your own F'n business.
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If you ever wondered when it was he thought you were a narcicistic ahole - now would be the time.
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EG - That was my first thought when you criticized, (mocked or whatever you want to call it), me for mentioning a Breeders Cup party.
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EG - That was my first thought when you criticized, (mocked or whatever you want to call it), me for mentioning a Breeders Cup party.
 

You're a know-it-all busy-body.  This is why eventually, everyone turns against you.  It has nothing to do with party affiliation or opinions.  It's how you treat people - 100%.
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It doesn't matter to me if seven or eight of you want to chime in.  The man implied I favored animal abuse, (similar to murdering babies), and wasn't expecting to be called out by another Conservative.  Your guys frustration because you don't get a free cheap shot is something else.  Take the shot, take a comment from me, and then move on.  Don't act so outraged.
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There were plenty of disagreements when you were gone and no one was surprised.

Believe it or not, the conservatives around here can see past party. You can not.
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oh dewey. I would have commented no matter who the dandy was that posted up he was going to a horse race party. It just happened to be you. And yes, you are in favor of murdering babies. And animal abuse now seems to be part of your fun. Own it like a man, stop acting slack jawed.

And why don't you support Kate's Law?

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Said the guy who trashed the Bush Administration just a couple posts earlier.

The last administration dealt with 9/11, two wars (which Hillary supported) and a real estate collapse caused by the easing of mortgage lending standards lead by Barney Frank and Chris Dodd.


Then trash Obama if you wish.  I was just telling mikec my comment had nothing to do with Obama.  It was about adding jobs.

Btw, if two Congressmen could derail an Administration all on their own, the GOP could have easily repealed Obamacare, set immigration policy, and determined tax rates during these last eight years.  I wonder if President Bush blames everyone else for what happened during his time in office.  If he wanted to do something and saw his policies go down to defeat, then you'd be on to something.  Can you think of any bill he pushed where the Democrats said "no way"?  I'm sure there were some but what were the significant ones? 
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Then trash Obama if you wish.  I was just telling mikec my comment had nothing to do with Obama.  It was about adding jobs.

Btw, if two Congressmen could derail an Administration all on their own, the GOP could have easily repealed Obamacare, set immigration policy, and determined tax rates during these last eight years.  I wonder if President Bush blames everyone else for what happened during his time in office.  If he wanted to do something and saw his policies go down to defeat, then you'd be on to something.  Can you think of any bill he pushed where the Democrats said "no way"?  I'm sure there were some but what were the significant ones? 


Their intent was not to derail the administration.  You should know that but you won't admit it because it's about the 10,000th time it would make you look like an idiot in this forum.

They did it because they are liberals who govern with emotion and thought it unfair that a guy making $30K per year couldn't afford a $200K house and they wanted to correct that.  Never mind math or logic or anything that bothersome.
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EG, I apologize if I seemed abrupt.  Again, we are in the horse business.  We have several friends that are in the thoroughbred business.  I'd suspect that I know over 200 horse people/families in the thoroughbred business and so, that is where my perspective comes from.  At the barn where we keep our horses, there are at least 20 and they take such good care of their horses that they are more like family members than track stars though they have all run.  So, again, apologize. 


It's kind of like being in the cattle business on steroids isn't it. BTW, what kind of shavings do y'all use in your part of the world? I have a small company that I have had for almost 30 years that sells shavings to stables and feed stores.

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Woody, in south Louisiana, rice hulls are used for bedding quite a bit...........Pull a trailer to the rice mill and fill'er up.........But, wood shavings are used, too........

Some use shavings in bags and some get loose shavings in 18-wheeler loads brought in........

FairGrounds in New Orleans, its pretty much straw for bedding........And, it's mandated that you buy it from the local strong-arm group.......

I've owned and trained thoroughbred race horses, and I've used both and prefer rice hulls.........But, I used wood shavings for the convenience of opening a bag and not having to deal with a trailer........

In New Orleans, I had no choice but use straw.......
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