Re: [RC] I'm out of here, etc. - Milinda Ellis
Did you delete me? I wrote you about any words of wisdom you (or anyone
else) might have regarding campaigning a stallion. Mine is not a
"traditional" breed for endurance, and I'm open to suggestions. He's a
light-framed Cleveland Bay partbred (TBx), but with CB temperament, etc.
The only way he shows TB is a straight facial profile and lighter build.
Beargrass Cleveland Bays
----- Original Message -----
From: "Heidi Smith" <heidi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <Trishmare7@xxxxxxx>; <lynne@xxxxxxxxxx>; <rides2far@xxxxxxxx>;
Sent: Thursday, June 13, 2002 8:25 AM
Subject: Re: [RC] I'm out of here
> > Maybe he's
> > God's Un-PC side.
> <snork> In my own experience with God, I don't think He ever was very PC.
> Anyone who created us to look like we do naked when we are middle-aged and
> older had a very un-PC sense of humor.
> > Lynne knows that *I* sure as heck don't have a lot of spare time, so
> > little in fact that if I can find time to skim/read ridecamp, really,
> > can. If you tell me "I don't have the time, there's too many off topic
> > posts, and besides, that Howard guy really bugs me," followed by a
> > slam, I've actually been told a lot more about your tolerance level than
> > amount of spare time you've got. There aren't very many lists I stick
> > over the long haul (because I really *don't* have the time!-though when
> > unsub from a list, I don't make a big announcement about it, I just
> > go), but RC is a keeper.
> There's a lot of dross on RC, but as most posters have mentioned, our
> computers come equipped with delete keys. I happen to be pretty fast on
> keyboard, so can read or delete or respond pretty rapidly. I'm on about 4
> pretty active lists, and there are several posters on all of them that I
> pretty much delete without reading, because they've proven over time to be
> not worth the effort. But even on a hectic and busy schedule, I can deal
> pretty easily with 200+ posts a day, just by going through them with one
> finger on "delete" and checking out the subject lines and sometimes first
> couple of sentences. If it is worthwhile, I linger and read. Quite
> frankly, I don't read most of Howard's stuff in the first place--unless he
> appears to be responding to a topic that interests me anyway. I don't
> particularly have time for grandiose stories that go on and on, although
> sure some find them entertaining.
> It's really hard to be offended by stuff that you don't read to start
> Ridecamp is a service of Endurance Net, http://www.endurance.net.
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- Re: [RC] I'm out of here, Trishmare7
- Re: [RC] I'm out of here, Heidi Smith