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  1. It is not PC to point this out but "production...

    It is not PC to point this out but "production agriculture" is quite Darwinian. That which works well is used and that which just works is less used.

    G.
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    It depends on how you define "social liberal" and...

    It depends on how you define "social liberal" and "fiscal conservative."

    If by "social liberal" you mean one who is Constitutionally in favor of a very broad interpretation of the Bill of Rights...
  3. It used to be said that a jackrabbit had to pack...

    It used to be said that a jackrabbit had to pack a lunch to cross East TN! If look at old maps you'll see large areas marked "Barrens" meaning that there was little to no forage for horses or mules....
  4. I had to think about this a bit, and I've decided...

    I had to think about this a bit, and I've decided I disagree.

    If inflation is being used as a method of allowing "downward adjustments in real wages or prices" then they are part of a deception or...
  5. I was going to organize for Spielberg until he...

    I was going to organize for Spielberg until he killed that defenseless dinosaur.

    G.
  6. Horses evolved on the short grass steppe and can...

    Horses evolved on the short grass steppe and can thrive on pastures that would not be profitable for the cattleman. And you can kill a horse on a pasture that will make a cattleman rich.

    KY31...
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    Do you have a citation for the statement that...

    Do you have a citation for the statement that "New genetic research has identified the genes for all horses worldwide that gait."? I've heard of a "gate keeper" gene that seems to inhibit the horse...
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    I think one of these will be added to the...

    I think one of these will be added to the "armory." Even Michael Bloomberg would have to approve this!!! ;)

    G.
  9. Hey, if it's good enough for Judge Parker and...

    Hey, if it's good enough for Judge Parker and Rooster Cogburn it's good enough for me!!! :)

    As to inflation, I still remember what happened with "stagflation" back in the late '70s and early...
  10. Back in the '70s inflation was often described as...

    Back in the '70s inflation was often described as the cruelest of taxes because it hurt the wage earners and lower segments of society the hardest. Inflation is like pumping air into heavy cream. ...
  11. Seems to me that you set up a lovely straw man...

    Seems to me that you set up a lovely straw man and then killed him deader than Julius Caesar.

    About 70% of Americans own their own home. It is the largest, and often the only, real asset in a...
  12. If this is "$7000 and ship anything you want"...

    If this is "$7000 and ship anything you want" then you're OK. If it's "this is $7000 and it's to cover stuff on this list" then if "livestock" is not on the list then you are out of luck.

    Ditto...
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    Depending on where you live you may or may not...

    Depending on where you live you may or may not need a CDL with a large RV. The law is murky at the Federal level, but presently you don't need one if your use falls under one of the current...
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    I would write to the HR department of the company...

    I would write to the HR department of the company you worked for (not DuPont) and get started that way. IIRC the ERISA legislation of long ago controls this.

    Good luck in your program.

    G.
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    No, not really!!! :) I'm retired Navy but...

    No, not really!!! :)

    I'm retired Navy but have spent a lot of time with Marines over the years. They're good folks but sometimes bet a bit "enthusiastic." If they didn't they probably would not...
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    The roots of this conflict lie in Genesis and...

    The roots of this conflict lie in Genesis and Exodus. Apparently I Am That I Am did not consult with Allah before he gave title (but not possession) to the Israelites.

    The current crisis begins...
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    Does your county have "road commissioner" or...

    Does your county have "road commissioner" or someone with a title like that? If so ask them to show you the maps they use in your area. They are likely to be the most correct ones you will find.
    ...
  18. You are correct. We do have the drugs to...

    You are correct.

    We do have the drugs to render a person insentient. I'm living proof that they work. But FDA has to approve their use in executions, too. Otherwise it's "off label" and that...
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    In any program to address the pace you must take...

    In any program to address the pace you must take a look at the feet to start. Ensure that the horse is trimmed to anatomical correctness not some arbitrary "gaited horse" trim. If shod, ensure the...
  20. [QUOTE=kathy s.;7682718] Sorry, we don't all...

    Sorry, we don't all agree.

    I don't agree that it "sucks." First, there is no "system." Our Constitutions (state and Federal) generally prohibit such a thing. Rather the three branches of...
  21. According to the doc who invented it if the...

    According to the doc who invented it if the anesthesia drug is properly introduced then the process is considered "painless" as the person is rendered fully unconscious. When I had surgery to repair...
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    A comparison between horses and dogs has...

    A comparison between horses and dogs has relevance. Both are group animals and both live in pyramidal societies. Horses are not dogs and generally are not bred to "fight" as some terrier breeds...
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    Doing a quick search I found 12' galvanized...

    Doing a quick search I found 12' galvanized panels run from about $60-$120. Figure you can buy decent quality for about $80/ea. It will take 15 panels plus a gate for a 60' (more or less) round...
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    I'm very familar with CYA. But if that is the...

    I'm very familar with CYA. But if that is the case why isn't your thought the CYA?

    Dogs are pack animals, the way horses are herd animals. Packs are pyramidal the way herds are pyramidal. If...
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    Yeah...but...the Name of the clinician will...

    Yeah...but...the Name of the clinician will stimulate demand for attendance that will support a higher ticket price that will allow the clinician to charge a higher fee.

    So the benefit to the...
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