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    What I can't figure out is why, since fraud was...

    What I can't figure out is why, since fraud was alleged in the Florida suit, punitive damages weren't sought.

    Seems to me that would be a no-brainer.
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    She's one who wears her spurs pointing up, not...

    She's one who wears her spurs pointing up, not parallel to the ground.
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    I'm wondering if one could drizzle the vanilla...

    I'm wondering if one could drizzle the vanilla wafers in the classic pudding with bourbon before layering the pudding?
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    I can't make Hola work today on my computer. It...

    I can't make Hola work today on my computer. It shows me as having a UK web address, but BBC doesn't seem to know that.

    Just got this from clipmyhorse.tv


    You have to pay to access the...
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    FEI TV has just changed the cost for WEG month to...

    FEI TV has just changed the cost for WEG month to $44.99; after this it's the usual 14.99 per month.
    https://secure.feitv.org/buy?WT.mc_id=CmpTyp:Display*Asset:Why_sub*CmpID:Unknown*Other:FEI

    A...
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    Wanted--classic banana pudding recipe

    The kind that is custard, meringue, bananas and vanilla wafers. But not excessively sweet. Too many 'nana pudding recipes are tooth achingly sweet. I wouldn't object to a bit of bourbon or sherry...
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    Hearing is today.

    Hearing is today.
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    Well, almost all TBs have Stockwell tail male...

    Well, almost all TBs have Stockwell tail male these days, and his dam's dam was a roarer.

    Do we think that roaring is far more common now than it used to be?
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    I dunno if a jury would be so unsympathetic when...

    I dunno if a jury would be so unsympathetic when a child and her pony are involved. Kid may not yet be aware of the vast sums involved. One side or the other has to win if it goes to trial, and the...
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    Conspiracy to commit fraud? It would be...

    Conspiracy to commit fraud? It would be interesting to see if the criminal justice system would get involved after the dirty linen washes in the civil system.
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    There was a South African study a few years ago...

    There was a South African study a few years ago that linked EIPH to genetics. It doesn't seem to have made much impact on America.
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    Also, the Brits think it's safer in falls than...

    Also, the Brits think it's safer in falls than having a straight visor. Little chance of the visor hitting first and breaking a neck.
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    follow the money

    Interesting blog article that was quoted in the Jackson, MS Clarion-Ledger.
    http://practicalpoliticking.com/2014/08/18/flushing-your-money-down-the-tea-partys-toilet/

    And this one which breaks...
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    I was reading an article in Sunday's paper that...

    I was reading an article in Sunday's paper that points out that one's credit rating has a huge amount to do with how much one has to pay for automobile insurance. The differences in the amounts...
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    If marijuana were legal all over the US, it would...

    If marijuana were legal all over the US, it would become a normal crop just like tobacco--which is no longer normal. I would expect the big markets to be in vaping, and for those those you don't...
  16. If you want to try a cheap diagnostic first,...

    If you want to try a cheap diagnostic first, treat for ulcers. Those can make a horse behave as you describe. If he internalizes stress, being ridden can start the acid flowing. If you didn't...
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    FEI list of WEG officials is here:...

    FEI list of WEG officials is here:
    https://data.fei.org/Calendar/ShowDetail.aspx?p=ADDB9179A952B867E78086376173B74

    dressage is the second discipline listed.

    Aachen judges are here:...
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    FWIW, Brown was 6'4" and weighed at least 245...

    FWIW, Brown was 6'4" and weighed at least 245 lbs.

    went back to the autopsy story in the NYTimes, and Brown weighed 292 lbs.
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    Marydell, look at poor Fred. She stood AFR for...

    Marydell, look at poor Fred. She stood AFR for many years, and this was the first time that one of his foals was chosen for a Canadian International Team. So with WEG looming, the horse by AFR...
  20. That looks more like a gadget than a hunting...

    That looks more like a gadget than a hunting breastplate to my eye. In the 2013 USEA rules for saddlery, Rule 115 specifically allows breastplates.
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    Couple of points: The Eventing Team was in a...

    Couple of points: The Eventing Team was in a terrible bind for the Olympics in 2008. They didn't have, or didn't think they had, an experienced, available alternate in Europe to go to Hong Kong. ...
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    Barbarella

    Barbarella
  23. A jointed Kimberwick, IMO, is a very severe bit. ...

    A jointed Kimberwick, IMO, is a very severe bit. You have the nutcracker action of the joint, plus the curb effect. If you think your horse needs a stable bit, you might try a baucher.
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    given the way the USEF used the rules, it's...

    given the way the USEF used the rules, it's abundantly clear that they DID NOT WANT Roffman in Normandy. As someone has already pointed out, they used the removal clause to prevent having to name...
  25. Well, there's this one for the James language in...

    Well, there's this one for the James language in Josephus:
    http://muse.jhu.edu/login?type=summary&url=/journals/journal_of_early_christian_studies/v020/20.4.carrier.pdf

    and here's another one...
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