Riding and dogs...

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Wingnut
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by Wingnut

If unattended livestock cause a vehicular accident the owners are liable...the same goes for pets & owners.
"It's not the destination...it's the ride!"

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horse
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stella-azzurra wrote:Was it anything like this?

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8aBD1oLKpQ4" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;



Amazing incidence.
Dogs usually aren't like that. They're far more aware of their surroundings. It's only living in a secluded environment (ie, with humans) you find examples like these with dogs crossing the road unaware. Watch how stupidly unaware that dog crosses the road.

This thread is comical reading.

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by petepeterson

I went out riding a week or so ago and it ended up raining and cold after the weatherman had stated it would be sunny. I ended up with a cold as a result and had to miss work. Do you think I can seek compensation through legal action from the weather man for lost income and likely lost prize money earnings in cat. 4 next season?

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by CarlTroy

petepeterson wrote:I went out riding a week or so ago and it ended up raining and cold after the weatherman had stated it would be sunny. I ended up with a cold as a result and had to miss work. Do you think I can seek compensation through legal action from the weather man for lost income and likely lost prize money earnings in cat. 4 next season?


Not only does the analogy totally fail, your attempt at humour, too is critically bad :unbelievable:

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