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Friday, September 25, 2009

FAIL or Natural Selection in Action

See, this is a prime example of Darwinism. This person, in all their retarded-ness, is a prime candidate for natural selection. Hmmm, let's go stand up on our unrestrained horse's back (bet that feels GREAT) and hang clothes on a line. BRILLIANT!!

My only hope is that they did not have a chance to reproduce before this horse spooks and they land on their unhelmeted head.


22 comments:

  1. What gripes me is these stupid people never seem to be the ones that get seriously hurt!

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  2. Agree... for some reason these idiots are protected by some sorte of forcefield.

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  3. Well, at least it's not her 3 year old toddler up there! Morons.

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  4. Isn't there some saying about God watching out for fools? And yes PRS - it could just have easily been a toddler.

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  5. The thing that got me was how high those "clothes lines" are. My guess is that those are phone lines running to her house, and the higher one may even be a power line. That just ads another level of fail in my book. Risk of electrocution for her stupid self and her poor horse is even worse than the standing on an unrestrained animal.

    Even if it were a regular clothesline, and she wasn't a total idiot, I'd never put my clothes where my horses could reach them - both of mine are rather curious and playful, and they could be counted on to helpfully remove my clothing from the line, grab my garments in their teeth and run around with them trailing in the breeze.

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  6. This ad.....HAHAHAHA:

    http://boise.craigslist.org/grd/1384102799.html

    Will trade their unbroke mini for a dead broke large horse that kids and adults can ride. HAHAHAHAHA!!!! Good luck with that ONE!

    As for today's post. I do believe God does watch out for fools because it does seem that the more foolish they are, the less they get hurt. I can make one mistake and BAM---I'm in the hospital. That's how it seems anyways!

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  7. We had a clothes line that was much higher than that one. You climbed up onto a platform and used a rope and pulley kind of deal to put the laundry out and pull it bock in once it was dry. Could she really be that dense she would use a phone line for this purpose or to show off? Oy yoy yoy

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  8. that horse looks totally resigned to its fate, a life with a doofus.

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  9. Hahaha Drillrider! Not only does she want to trade her unbroke might be preggers mini for a fully trained, safe, sound horse but she wants to get picky about the COLOR of the horse! She wants a blue roan, buckskin, dun, grulla, or black and white paint...so you're out of luck if all you have to trade is a sorrel.

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  10. PRS: Now you know why I was laughing. Some people are not only dumb, but they have a load of GUTS even thinking an ad like that would work out. Maybe there is someone out there "dumber" than they are though? I particularly like the people that want to lease their green broke horse to an experienced horse person, in essence so the person leasing can "train" their greeny for them. That's another one that cracks me up!

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  11. *HEADDESK*
    So if the horse moves a hoof and she gets strangled, will they put her down, or the 'dangerous' horse? Argh.

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  12. Pssh. What if said horse spooks and takes her head off on that wire? This is multiple accidents waiting to happen.

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  13. Samantha- I was also thinking it was power lines. It they are- scary thoughts... for the horse anyways. Not her.

    People that do things that stupid, well they get what they deserve as far as I see it. Not often enough in some cases though.

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  14. Just as Jimmeny Cricket said.....
    She's gonna live to be a hundred and one
    Because she's that dumb!!!

    That horse is a saint!!!

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  15. Okay, not only the bit about standing on her unrestrained horse's back, but she's messing with something that's practically guaranteed to be pretty scary for most horses: something that flutters in the breeze! Can you see the disaster this were to turn into if she dropped a shirt or something?!

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  16. Oh, hai!

    Just in time for FALL!

    *snicker*

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  18. Re-posting this because I screwed up the first time. XD

    I've read this blog for a long time but I think this is my first time posting. I just found this photo while browsing deviantART- http://skipforthegold.deviantart.com/art/it-s-all-worth-it-138290957 and was rather aghast at whole contraption on the horse's face/in it's mouth. Thought I'd share.

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  19. Is there an open sore on that horse's face or am I seeing things?

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  20. I'm pretty sure that is some sort of telephone or power line as well, the height is odd--especially since she has no platform it seems.

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  21. The Amish routinely use lines that start at a sane height, but go waaaaaay up high - they use pulleys to get to the clothes from the ground. One young woman I know is loving her "English" built ranch house's 2 car garage for winter or rainy day laundry drying. Heh... she's also been sloooow to de-electrify, well over the prescribed 1-year limit. :P

    ANYway, not even the Amish do THAT kind of stupid shit with their horses!!

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