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The Cover of "Ride!" Mag. in CA--Oh My! Is this Mr. Johnson's Bird's Eye View of Dre

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  • Stiffen Peters siting!!!

    That should be "sighting" but I can't seem to edit it.

    Page 14 of the USDF Connections magazine. It's a wowzer!!!!
    Last edited by Eclectic Horseman; Nov. 8, 2006, 02:44 PM. Reason: typo
    "Against stupidity the gods themselves contend in vain" ~Friedrich Schiller

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    • You people are still over here talking about boners? Now that's stamina

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      • Originally posted by Sonesta View Post
        ESG, I've got the actual magazine if you want to see "it" in all its glory.
        Though if you really want to see "it" in all it's glory, you have to go to California!

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        • Thats taking saluting the judge to a whole new level

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          • Originally posted by yaya View Post
            Paranoid much?

            Considering there were three different photos in three different magazines (Ride, PH, USDF), I strongly doubt that.

            Conspiracy theorists, care to weigh in?
            Nope, not paranoid. But coincidence does not stretch so far, methinks.

            And at least two of the magazines (Ride! and Practical Horseman) had the same photo.
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            • Wow, Uncle Fester goes away for a while and returns to a wild party with 20,000 looks! Amazing.

              Uncle Fester doesn't wish to pop all you lady's bubble but that bulge is most definitely NOT caused by Mr. Peter's johnson. Uncle Fester does not know what photographic trickery caused said effect but there is NO WAY, NO HOW Mr. Peter's would have Mr. Johnson at 'ten-hut' thereby exposing the Twins to Mr. Pommel.

              Uncle Fester wishes to point out that the only way for us males to survive in the saddle is with maximum shrinkage.
              Uncle Fester

              "It does not do to leave a live dragon out of your calculations, if you live near him.” J.R.R. Tolkien

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              • Uncle Fester, check out the picture in the November issue of Practical Horseman and tell me if you still feel the same way.

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                • Originally posted by Uncle Fester View Post
                  Uncle Fester wishes to point out that the only way for us males to survive in the saddle is with maximum shrinkage.
                  Uncle Fester, you made my day!!!!!! I think I just cried with laughter.

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                  • Original Poster

                    Uncle Fester, the honor of having your presence on a thread that humble I, a newbie, started is spiking my generosity to send you the last copy of the 10x12 cover shot from the Oct. RIDE issue that started this thread off. (breath) You must see for yourself that it is the other hard helmet-headed one in full salutation. PT me your address and I will mail it to you gratis postage! We await your response with whetted eyes!

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                    • Methinks this thread belongs in the Favorites forum once it dies.

                      If it ever dies. Never underestimate the power of good wood.
                      Common sense aint so common.

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                      • Originally posted by Chrissy View Post
                        Methinks this thread belongs in the Favorites forum once it dies.

                        If it ever dies. Never underestimate the power of good wood.
                        true- we all need it- especially now that it 's getting colder...LOL!
                        "the man mite be the head but the woman is the neck and the neck can turn the head any way she wants..." -smart greek woman

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                        • Originally posted by islandrider View Post
                          Uncle Fester, the honor of having your presence on a thread that humble I, a newbie, started is spiking my generosity to send you the last copy of the 10x12 cover shot from the Oct. RIDE issue that started this thread off. (breath) You must see for yourself that it is the other hard helmet-headed one in full salutation. PT me your address and I will mail it to you gratis postage! We await your response with whetted eyes!
                          Uncle Fester wishes to thank islandrider for her gracious offer but Uncle Fester would have no use for said picture of Mr. Peters.

                          Although Uncle Fester is sure there could be other 10 x 12 color glossies of some of you equestrianettes in various poses that Uncle Fester would not mind checking out.
                          Uncle Fester

                          "It does not do to leave a live dragon out of your calculations, if you live near him.” J.R.R. Tolkien

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                          • Originally posted by Chrissy View Post
                            Methinks this thread belongs in the Favorites forum once it dies.

                            If it ever dies. Never underestimate the power of good wood.
                            Uncle Fester thinks that from here on out Mr. Peters has acquired a new nickname. Woody Woodpecker.
                            Uncle Fester

                            "It does not do to leave a live dragon out of your calculations, if you live near him.” J.R.R. Tolkien

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                            • Terrible thought

                              Uncle Fester just realized that perhaps Mr. Peter's condition is all too real.

                              Of course Uncle Fester's youthful vigor precludes the need of using any artificial enhancement but Uncle Fester has heard there is a Viagra like Rx that lasts 36 hours.

                              Perhaps Mr. Peter's friends, as a practical joke, slipped him a micky with this Rx.

                              Talk about a good reason to scratch.
                              Uncle Fester

                              "It does not do to leave a live dragon out of your calculations, if you live near him.” J.R.R. Tolkien

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                              • Originally posted by Uncle Fester View Post
                                Uncle Fester wishes to thank islandrider for her gracious offer but Uncle Fester would have no use for said picture of Mr. Peters.

                                Although Uncle Fester is sure there could be other 10 x 12 color glossies of some of you equestrianettes in various poses that Uncle Fester would not mind checking out.
                                heh.

                                and Uncle Fester? I knew you'd realize it was real...after you'd looked at it long enough lol. Mayhaps it's time to um, invest in a set of very manly and distinguished "opera glasses"?
                                "And remember-if it gets really bad, there's always tequila..." J.P.

                                No horse should be Peepless

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                                • I wasn't going to get involved, but I have been having a great time reading all the witty posts.

                                  Take a look at the ad for Lubrisyn in the Nov issue of USDF Connection. Am I seeing things?

                                  Hopefully this wasn't posted already.....I did read all the posts, but comprehension isn't my specialty.
                                  Things Take Time

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                                  • Its a plot! and a fiendish one at that to have women young and old pouring through magazines page by page....over and over..... again and again....searching for more peters..stefans...stiffens...peckers...whatever... ..all in the hopes that they will notice an interesting product or two in their searches
                                    "All I pay my psychiatrist is the cost of feed and hay and he'll listen to me anyday" author unknown

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                                    • The only thing anyone is noticing is Steffens product.
                                      "The well being of a horse should never be compromised for the ego of a human" dlg 06

                                      http://qualitytack4sale.webs.com/

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                                      • Originally posted by Patch View Post
                                        Its a plot! and a fiendish one at that to have women young and old pouring through magazines page by page....over and over..... again and again....searching for more peters..stefans...stiffens...peckers...whatever... ..all in the hopes that they will notice an interesting product or two in their searches
                                        It was the best marketing strategy these magazines could have asked for! What publicity! They flew off the shelves! Wooo hooo!!!! I for one sure got a good laugh out of it.

                                        Steffen Peters' pecker sure caused a big rise!
                                        hahahaha
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                                        • Oh dear, what a fiendish (albeit successful) plot these photogs/editors have come up with.

                                          I am now $35 less rich due to new subscriptions, just because I dont have physical proof (in the form of paper media) of Mr. Peters ..... fantastically successful ride(s), and live in desperate fear of missing another issue.

                                          If anyone would like to snail-mail me said back issues...PM, pronto.
                                          Common sense aint so common.

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