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Re: Are people losing touch with manners? Not at all oversensitive, Janis.  People are idiots. I'm so sorry for your loss and for having to deal with this while you are grieving. karen
Karen
Apr 14
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Re: Are people losing touch with manners? [1 Attachment] Hey Janis - So sorry to hear of your loss, then, the horrible bureaucratic frustation that you've endured. I empathize with the phone calls and paperwork
    Mary Dixon
    Apr 7
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    Re: Are people losing touch with manners? Marv, I didn't send this. It's part of my email hijacking, Sorry, J Julie Howard, CMT ... From: Marv Walker To: MarvWalkerHorses
      Castle Eden
      Apr 7
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      Re: Are people losing touch with manners? I’m glad you could get it off your chest here, Janis.You are NOT being overly sensitive. These folks are all being overly assuming and flat out rude. I
        Jennifer Tomlinson
        Apr 7
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        Re: Are people losing touch with manners? Unfortunately, yes. We have protected fools to the point where they outnumber us. Why, we've even elected a good number of them to Congress. What you have
          Marv Walker
          Apr 7
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          Re: Are people losing touch with manners? Sounds like way to much stress. :((((( And needing lots of personal space and time to think and 'be' in an hyper-connected social media world. We have a
          ew
          Apr 7
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          Re: Are people losing touch with manners? [1 Attachment] Political correctness is just mind control.....Tell them how you feel, I would just tell them where your boundaries are, and they are not to cross them. since
            Nancy or MaryAnne
            Apr 7
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            Re: Are people losing touch with manners? I’m still here Janis, is there any way you can put up or have someone else put up a strand or two of electric fence (well posted along the entire fence line
            Theresa Lawton
            Apr 7
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            Re: Are people losing touch with manners? Hi,   I am so sorry for your loss, Janis CJ.    What a painful time for you.   People who don't respect your space are incredibly obtuse.   I lost my
            Patricia Harris
            Apr 7
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            49433
            Are people losing touch with manners? This is something I can’t post on Facebook, so I hope there are still people who’d like to chat on the list. 1.. I might be hyper-sensitive because I’ve
              Janis
              Apr 7
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              Hey MarvWalkerHorses http://bulharsko-autom.eu/wp-content/uploads/action.php?gnxxem1414usmzcvcastleeden2@... Julie Howard ############## Mon,
              Julie Howard
              Apr 6
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              49431
              Hoofprints in the snow... Just found Mysticpasos' lovely youtube video of her horses in the snow. Makes winter almost worthwhile. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6e8mLmws33Q Thanks for
              cob4cob@...
              Jan 20
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              Re: I've finally snapped... Great! Thanks for expanding our horizons! Margo ... -- Margo Nielsen View Margo's Architectural work at: www.nielsenhausdesigns.com
              Margo Nielsen
              Dec 25, 2013
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              I've finally snapped... * Okay... * Due to a number of requests I have started a group " Marv Walker Horses & Everything Else "
              Marv Walker
              Dec 25, 2013
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              Re: Blankets thank you, everyone!!  you've been an amazing help!! ann                                             On Monday,
              equimatch
              Dec 16, 2013
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              Re: Blankets Custom made and inexpensive sounds like the way to go! Margo ... -- Margo Nielsen View Margo's Architectural work at: www.nielsenhausdesigns.com
              Margo Nielsen
              Dec 16, 2013
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              49426
              Re: Blankets there's a lot of amish around here!  I didn't even think of that, sher!  thanks!  the guy I board with just introduced me to a meminite (spelling?) place
              equimatch
              Dec 16, 2013
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              Re: Blankets Ann, It is so mild here in the winter that blanketing is not advised, even when the is no shelter. However, we do have a few nights in the 30's and a dozen in
              Margo Nielsen
              Dec 16, 2013
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              Re: Blankets I had the Amish make a Blanket for Dancer who was really long backed. It was a tarp shop but they made lots of blankets for standardbreds. It was good quality
              Sherry Lindon
              Dec 16, 2013
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              Re: Blankets thanks, Maryanne!  that's not bad, at all!  chant is pretty thin from dealing with the pain of his bladder stone (why he's in for surgery), so his withers
              equimatch
              Dec 16, 2013
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              Re: Blankets I don't know what you consider cheap but Big Dee's has a 1200 denier blanket that is $74.50. I have the blanket it wells fairly well. It is rubbing a little
              Nancy or MaryAnne
              Dec 16, 2013
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              Blankets  hi everyone.  I've come asking for suggestions on finding cheap, large blankets. chant has gone for surgery and will be home in a few days.  then he will
              equimatch
              Dec 16, 2013
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              Re: food aggressive mare I do have access to a indoor round pen and a indoor riding arena. We still take lessons 2 times per week with our trainer. ( my daughter is training a 7 month
              Sue Tix
              Dec 4, 2013
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              Re: food aggressive mare Right. Dangerous to challenge a defensive horse in such a restricted space. I once witnessed a very competent horseman whose hobby was retraining very
              ew
              Dec 4, 2013
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              Re: food aggressive mare I agree. I was working 45'x 125' pen and with a lunge whip. I would not be comfortable working on this in a stall. Margo ... -- Margo Nielsen View Margo's
              Margo Nielsen
              Dec 3, 2013
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              Re: food aggressive mare I prefer to do this in a large space because that way I can more easily keep the horse out of kicking, striking or biting range until they understand the rules
              mysticpasos
              Dec 3, 2013
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              Re: food aggressive mare My ex stallion was so awful with biting and food aggression, I couldn't feed him treats. 6 months after gelding him, I devised a way to give him treats and
              CC
              Dec 3, 2013
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              Re: food aggressive mare Thanks I am going to try that method. We have worked so hard on so many things with her. This is really the last big issue we have with her. We just don't
              Sue Tix
              Dec 3, 2013
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              Re: food aggressive mare It may be that tying her makes her feel restricted in being able to defend her food. I was boarding two horses that did something similar, but not tied. The
              Margo Nielsen
              Dec 3, 2013
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              Re: food aggressive mare Sue: Here is what I do with food aggressive horses. I do it in a large space with the horse at liberty. I take the food in one hand with a whip in the other.
              mysticpasos
              Dec 3, 2013
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