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RE: Re: RE: Who Rides with Broken Ribs
You're right. Saying to someone, "Please say something" guarantees that
they'll be struck speechless.
So instead, just start talking to them. You can even tell them, with a big
grin, "If you start talking, he'll know for sure that you're people.
Sometimes he has trouble recognizing humans out on the trail."
Helps me keep my gelding relatively sane.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Becky Huffman [mailto:TOS@htcomp.net]
> Sent: Tuesday, April 04, 2000 4:33 PM
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: RC: Re: RE: Who Rides with Broken Ribs
> AAARRRRGGGHHHHH!!!! I just don't understand this... I live in a rural
> subdivision, and routinely sees lots of people during my rides... Asking
> someone to please speak to you is like giving them an instant lobotomy...
> eyes go blank, jaws goes slack.... the only thing that comes out of the
> mouth is drool.
> Becky Huffman
> Huffman's Arabians ~ The Original Series ~
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Carolyn Harris <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> > we spoke to them and asked them to please talk to us and maybe not move
> > around to much, they took them off and dropped them to the
> ground without
> > saying a word. Of course my mare was sure that they were bears dropping
> > of the trees and with head up, eyes rolled, did a 180 and gave me flying
> > lessens again. I failed (again). and did a face plant in the sand.
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