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    If anyone can get him to within a few hours of...

    If anyone can get him to within a few hours of San Antonio, I could haul him on for a bit toward a new home, if he gets one.
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    EquisLover, I'm going to try to put a box in the...

    EquisLover, I'm going to try to put a box in the mail to you this weekend with some breeches: gently used, but in great shape. I'll dig around in my tack overflow area and see if there's some other...
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    I have started The Orphan Train at the suggestion...

    I have started The Orphan Train at the suggestion of some on this thread. Haven't gotten very far, but enjoying it.

    Found a wonderful used bookstore a few weeks ago and stocked up on some...
  4. Yes, avoid 281 like the plague!

    Yes, avoid 281 like the plague!
  5. That short of a drive is going to be hard to find...

    That short of a drive is going to be hard to find for the amenities you want. The larger barns up around Boerne like Double Diamond, Retama, etc. Are most likely to have what you want. Col. Russell's...
  6. I am by no means any kind of dressage expert, but...

    I am by no means any kind of dressage expert, but here's what I see.

    In both videos (2012 and 2014) she is tense and rushing to the point of running past her balance point. In neither video does...
  7. I really liked Cloverfield, directed by JJ...

    I really liked Cloverfield, directed by JJ Abrams. Very Godzilla-esque: strange monster is stalking NYC, group of friends has to try to get to the evacuation point b/c the army is going to nuke the...
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    Out of curiosity, what was the book?

    Out of curiosity, what was the book?
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    I call this "sweat scald." On my guys there is a...

    I call this "sweat scald." On my guys there is a definite correlation between face sweat and skin flakes/hair loss. I just sponge, hose, or wipe the face thoroughly with water and dry it well too.
  10. Well, DH went up and checked him out and he was...

    Well, DH went up and checked him out and he was fine, no heat or swelling. Looked fine on the lunge, so I went up and rode him moderately and he felt good. Will check tomorrow to make sure there's no...
  11. It never stops...jingles needed for a kick

    Not sure how bad it is, but BO texted me and said that one of my horse's pasture mates kicked him in the RH gaskin. Apparently my horse held up the leg for a few minutes, but is now weight bearing on...
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    I discovered Walter Moers a few years ago and am...

    I discovered Walter Moers a few years ago and am in love with his work. I love his world-building of Zamonia, especially the Bookholm books. I can definitely see how he might be too quirky to be...
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    Isn't she a doll! Looks like fun!

    Isn't she a doll! Looks like fun!
  14. Maybe a really nice enamel or rhinestone American...

    Maybe a really nice enamel or rhinestone American flag lapel pin or earrings? And take her out for a really good burger and fries and, of course, apple pie! Congrats to her!
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    Thomas Pynchon and Dave Eggers, for me. I...

    Thomas Pynchon and Dave Eggers, for me.

    I loved Cormac McCarthy's The Road (in fact, using it in my thesis) but I have not been able to finish anything else by him.

    I also didn't like/finish...
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    I've got a subscription to the medical portion of...

    I've got a subscription to the medical portion of Angie's List, and I cross reference the docs on there with the list of docs who take my insurance. Not foolproof, but worth a try. Or are you seeing...
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    I've just started doing the OCM this weekend, and...

    I've just started doing the OCM this weekend, and so far I like it. Obviously too soon to see any change in acne, but I do feel like it has reduced the redness on the spots I do have. I use about 1.5...
  18. Yeah, the last couple of rides were not so great;...

    Yeah, the last couple of rides were not so great; not worse than they were before injection, but doing the same things: toe dragging, bogging down, hind end falling out a bit, canter running around...
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    Not a lameness or footing issue, but I pulled a...

    Not a lameness or footing issue, but I pulled a horse after an absolutely wretched dressage score. There was no way we were going to be competitive, I was upset and that would have translated to him,...
  20. Injection was 1 week ago, and between travel and...

    Injection was 1 week ago, and between travel and weather have only been able to ride twice. Still dragging toes, but...seems a little springier from behind. Canter in both directions feels like he is...
  21. Thread: Coke or Pepsi?

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    Poll: Pepsi is bitter to me. They have the contract...

    Pepsi is bitter to me. They have the contract with my campus so it's all i can get in the machines. But the upside is that, to me, Pepsi is so bad that the diet version can't possibly taste worse, so...
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    This is years old, but a funny take on cheese,...

    This is years old, but a funny take on cheese, and explains the concept of raw milk vs. pasteurized milk cheeses well.

    http://www-t.nationalgeographic.com/traveler/articles/1073cheese.html
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    Practice transitions between medium/working walk...

    Practice transitions between medium/working walk (can't remember what the tests specify) and free walk. It's a transition just like any other. Going from free walk to medium walk, leg yield her a...
  24. Yeah, that sounds crazy. Our deadbolt turns...

    Yeah, that sounds crazy. Our deadbolt turns easily and you don't have to turn it very far to engage it, so I'm totally sure our dog did it.
  25. My dogs have actually locked the deadbolt before,...

    My dogs have actually locked the deadbolt before, by jumping up and scratching at the door when they heard our car. And it was the inside-only security deadbolt with no key to the outside! Luckily,...
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