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That's right, blame someone else because you don't have the gumption to get off the couch and make money. My son has had his own business since he was 17. He had the cojones to go out and hustle. Too bad you all lazy butts don't.
Bet you couldn't turn 75 million into 30 Billion. Quit bitc*ng and get a job, then you won't be poor. I bet your butt weighs a ton too from all the food stamps you and your 10 kids get, that I pay for when I pay taxes.
I hear a lot of jealousy on the site today. Regardless of how she looks, what she said is right. Nobody here knows what she does everyday. You are not going to get anywhere by sitting on your a**es. There are a lot of self made millionaires that didn't waste time moaning oh, im poor...poor poor me. They got out an...more
Horses + barbed wire do not mix. I use electric fence. Much more humane if the horse gets scared and runs through it. Once the fence wire breaks, the charge stops. Horses are claustrophobic by nature, so if they get caught up they fight to death to try and get free. Never use barb wire to enclose them!
My Tenn Walking Horse, who is 17 hands, got caught in the swing set at our house. I had let him in the backyard to graze, and somehow he decided to play with the teeter totter swing. He had both feet tangled up in it. It was quite an experience trying to convince him to back up as I held first one foot then the othe...more