A few seconds seal their fate

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SUGARCREEK: With his plastic stick, Leroy Baker swatted one wild-eyed horse after another into the heart of the Sugarcreek Horse & Tack Auction, a circle of sawdust amid a gallery of denim-clad, ... Read more
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paint_horse_ange l

Cleveland, OH

#412 Jun 7, 2008
And, since you're getting more skitzo with everyone of your dilusional posts, this will be the last response from me. You can have this forum and your SKITZO thoughts and bibble-babble to yourself (since I gather you talk to yourself anyway, LMAO).

You're lucky your family doesn't think the same thing of you as you do about horse slaughter.

What would you do if you found yourself at a strange place in front of complete strangers and sold for a squat amount of money to a "killer buyer"? Then you were shipped off to a slaughterhouse where you had to wait in a single-file line and knew what was going to happen since you could smell the blood? You were then put into a shoot, so tight you couldn't move, where a captive bolt was sent into your skull? Only it missed so they had to do it over and over until you were unconscious. They then put a chain around YOUR feet, hung YOU up, slit YOU open from your belly to your throat, where your still beating heart pumped out your blood? Remember, you can still feel this? You were then shipped overseas where you were served as someones dinner.

Remember, these were supposed to be the people that loved you. Now they think you are nothing more than a pile of trash. SAD.

Still think slaughter is right? If you do, which I know you will, you need to seek help.

YOU ARE WORSE THAN THE PEOPLE YOU ACCUSE.

I feel extremely sad for your family. They have an extreme nut-case on their hands. The best thing they can do for you is to get you help, and give your horses away to a good, loving home where someone is going to treat them like they should be. Someone with your mentality is obviously not. I PITY THEM.

One day they will be on your table instead of your stable. SAD.

I can honestly say my horses will never have to go through that. I show them how much I love them every single day. They have food to eat, a place to lay their heads at night, fresh water, a good vet and blacksmith. They get excellent care, and are very happy. Your horses should have the same advantage. It's a shame they don't and will never know.

I PITY YOU. YOU'RE SAD AND PATHETIC.
May Fong

Franklin, PA

#413 Jun 7, 2008
yep fry it up with some fava beans and a nice Chianti

Just watch out for the whip marks I would bet they make things a little tough.

Since: Jun 08

Brunswick, OH

#414 Jun 7, 2008
You're a sick pathetic a$$. Get a life better yet get a job!!!!!!!!
its me

Youngstown, OH

#415 Jun 7, 2008
is it possible to tail gate a horse ?
May Fong

Franklin, PA

#416 Jun 8, 2008
Horse Pot Roast Recipe

Make sure you SLOW roast it.. Especially if its right off the Track.. OR it will be tough and stringy.

Ingredients
3 1/2 lb of QUarterhorse shoulder or boneless Arabian roast if your eating healthy. They tend to be a leaner cut.

1 Tbsp olive or grapeseed oil
Salt, pepper, italian seasoning to taste
1 large yellow onion, chopped or sliced
4 cloves of garlic, peeled
1/2 cup of red wine
Several carrots, peeled and cut lengthwise
Method



1 Use a thick-bottomed covered pot, such as a dutch oven, just large enough to hold roast and vegetables. Heat 1 Tbsp of oil on medium high heat (hot enough to sear the meat). Sprinkle and rub salt, pepper, and Italian seasoning all over the meat. Brown roast in pot, all over, several minutes on each side. Don't move the roast while a side is browning, or it won't brown well.


2 When roast is browned, lift up the meat and add garlic and chopped onion to the bottom of the pan. Let the roast sit on top of the onions. Add 1/2 cup of red wine. Cover. Bring to simmer and then adjust the heat down to the lowest heat possible to maintain a low simmer when covered (we cook our roast on the warm setting of our electric range)*.

3 Cook for 3 1/2 to 4 hours, until meat is tender.(If you are using a pressure cooker, cut the time by half). Near the end of the cooking, add carrots, cook until tender, about an additional 10 minutes.

After cooking 3 1/2 hours, before adding the carrots. Note how much liquid has been released by the meat. This comes from slow cooking at a very low temperature. If your pot roast is too dry, make sure the pan you are using has a tight fitting lid and that you are cooking at the lowest possible heat to maintain the low simmering.

Serves 4. Suggest serving with green beans and potatoes

*If you use a gas range, you may find difficulty getting the flame low enough. A tip I recently read in Cook's Illustrated suggests tightly rolling up some aluminum foil, shaping it into a skinny donut, and putting that on top of the burner to create a little more distance between the range and the pan. If your pot roast is turning out too dry, you might want to try this tip.
concerned citizen

United States

#417 Jun 8, 2008
May Fong wrote:
Horse Pot Roast Recipe
Make sure you SLOW roast it.. Especially if its right off the Track.. OR it will be tough and stringy.
Ingredients
3 1/2 lb of QUarterhorse shoulder or boneless Arabian roast if your eating healthy. They tend to be a leaner cut.
1 Tbsp olive or grapeseed oil
Salt, pepper, italian seasoning to taste
1 large yellow onion, chopped or sliced
4 cloves of garlic, peeled
1/2 cup of red wine
Several carrots, peeled and cut lengthwise
Method
1 Use a thick-bottomed covered pot, such as a dutch oven, just large enough to hold roast and vegetables. Heat 1 Tbsp of oil on medium high heat (hot enough to sear the meat). Sprinkle and rub salt, pepper, and Italian seasoning all over the meat. Brown roast in pot, all over, several minutes on each side. Don't move the roast while a side is browning, or it won't brown well.
2 When roast is browned, lift up the meat and add garlic and chopped onion to the bottom of the pan. Let the roast sit on top of the onions. Add 1/2 cup of red wine. Cover. Bring to simmer and then adjust the heat down to the lowest heat possible to maintain a low simmer when covered (we cook our roast on the warm setting of our electric range)*.
3 Cook for 3 1/2 to 4 hours, until meat is tender.(If you are using a pressure cooker, cut the time by half). Near the end of the cooking, add carrots, cook until tender, about an additional 10 minutes.
After cooking 3 1/2 hours, before adding the carrots. Note how much liquid has been released by the meat. This comes from slow cooking at a very low temperature. If your pot roast is too dry, make sure the pan you are using has a tight fitting lid and that you are cooking at the lowest possible heat to maintain the low simmering.
Serves 4. Suggest serving with green beans and potatoes
*If you use a gas range, you may find difficulty getting the flame low enough. A tip I recently read in Cook's Illustrated suggests tightly rolling up some aluminum foil, shaping it into a skinny donut, and putting that on top of the burner to create a little more distance between the range and the pan. If your pot roast is turning out too dry, you might want to try this tip.
you forgot the horseradish

“Didn't you get the memo?”

Since: Nov 07

Akron

#418 Jun 8, 2008
paint_horse_angel wrote:
You were then put into a shoot, so tight you couldn't move, where a captive bolt was sent into your skull? Only it missed so they had to do it over and over until you were unconscious. They then put a chain around YOUR feet, hung YOU up, slit YOU open from your belly to your throat, where your still beating heart pumped out your blood? Remember, you can still feel this?
When you are unconcious, you can't feel anything, lol.
paint_horse_ange l

Cleveland, OH

#419 Jun 8, 2008
Sancho Panza wrote:
<quoted text>
When you are unconcious, you can't feel anything, lol.
Are you still here you sick ******?? D***, and here I thought you took your nasty a** back to Iraq. PRAISE ALLAH, LMFAO.

Bunch of sick f******.
May Fong

Franklin, PA

#420 Jun 8, 2008
if you think the amish neglect horses now. wait till they don't have a cheap way to dispose of them.

notice i quit double capitalizing everything... lol

abj had an article today about people on food stamps not having enough money for food...

with all those hundreds of thousands of horses going overseas we could feed em the unwanted horses cheap.

kill two birds with one stone kinda deal.

as the old saying goes beggars cant be choosers.

if your hungry enough you wont mind if your steak canme off the farm or off the track.

“Didn't you get the memo?”

Since: Nov 07

Akron

#421 Jun 8, 2008
paint_horse_angel wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you still here you sick ******?? D***, and here I thought you took your nasty a** back to Iraq. PRAISE ALLAH, LMFAO.
Bunch of sick f******.
I'm sorry that you had the definition of unconcsious wrong.

And why would you praise Allah? I thought one of the commandments was to only know one god?
concerned citizen

United States

#422 Jun 8, 2008
paint_horse_angel wrote:
<quoted text>
Are you still here you sick ******?? D***, and here I thought you took your nasty a** back to Iraq. PRAISE ALLAH, LMFAO.
Bunch of sick f******.
do you kiss your horse with mouth?
concerned citizen

United States

#423 Jun 8, 2008
May Fong wrote:
if you think the amish neglect horses now. wait till they don't have a cheap way to dispose of them.
notice i quit double capitalizing everything... lol
abj had an article today about people on food stamps not having enough money for food...
with all those hundreds of thousands of horses going overseas we could feed em the unwanted horses cheap.
kill two birds with one stone kinda deal.
as the old saying goes beggars cant be choosers.
if your hungry enough you wont mind if your steak canme off the farm or off the track.
good plan
concerned citizen

United States

#424 Jun 8, 2008
Sancho Panza wrote:
<quoted text>
I'm sorry that you had the definition of unconcsious wrong.
And why would you praise Allah? I thought one of the commandments was to only know one god?
perhaps she understands that Allah is god.

“Didn't you get the memo?”

Since: Nov 07

Akron

#425 Jun 8, 2008
concerned citizen wrote:
<quoted text>
perhaps she understands that Allah is god.
I know Allah is just another name for god, but I've never seen a christian call thier god Allah.
concerned citizen

United States

#426 Jun 8, 2008
Sancho Panza wrote:
<quoted text>
I know Allah is just another name for god, but I've never seen a christian call their god Allah.
yes, as I say, perhaps she is a progressive christian who understands. ya think?
concerned citizen

United States

#427 Jun 8, 2008
Sancho Panza wrote:
<quoted text>
I know Allah is just another name for god, but I've never seen a christian call thier god Allah.
actually, Arabic Christians call god allah
Maybe Fong

Franklin, PA

#428 Jun 8, 2008
paint_horse_angel wrote:
And, since you're getting more skitzo with everyone of your dilusional posts, this will be the last response from me. You can have this forum and your SKITZO thoughts and bibble-babble to yourself (since I gather you talk to yourself anyway, LMAO).
You're lucky your family doesn't think the same thing of you as you do about horse slaughter.
What would you do if you found yourself at a strange place in front of complete strangers and sold for a squat amount of money to a "killer buyer"? Then you were shipped off to a slaughterhouse where you had to wait in a single-file line and knew what was going to happen since you could smell the blood? You were then put into a shoot, so tight you couldn't move, where a captive bolt was sent into your skull? Only it missed so they had to do it over and over until you were unconscious. They then put a chain around YOUR feet, hung YOU up, slit YOU open from your belly to your throat, where your still beating heart pumped out your blood? Remember, you can still feel this? You were then shipped overseas where you were served as someones dinner.
Remember, these were supposed to be the people that loved you. Now they think you are nothing more than a pile of trash. SAD.
Still think slaughter is right? If you do, which I know you will, you need to seek help.
YOU ARE WORSE THAN THE PEOPLE YOU ACCUSE.
I feel extremely sad for your family. They have an extreme nut-case on their hands. The best thing they can do for you is to get you help, and give your horses away to a good, loving home where someone is going to treat them like they should be. Someone with your mentality is obviously not. I PITY THEM.
One day they will be on your table instead of your stable. SAD.
I can honestly say my horses will never have to go through that. I show them how much I love them every single day. They have food to eat, a place to lay their heads at night, fresh water, a good vet and blacksmith. They get excellent care, and are very happy. Your horses should have the same advantage. It's a shame they don't and will never know.
I PITY YOU. YOU'RE SAD AND PATHETIC.
You keep thinking and constantly saying. You get a bolt gun. Your heart is still beating. Etc ad nauseum.

Horses are not people. For some delusional reason you keep making the same reference. Its called personification, and is really childish.

Unless your 12 or something. Maybe thats the problem I am looking at it like an adult and your looking at the same thing from a child's perspective..
Little girl does your mother know your on her computer??

They are the same as cows pigs chickens. If they live in the barn they are livestock.

Yes they feel pain. but even insects register pain.
Its part of the process and cant be helped.

Or do you advocate not slaughtering pigs cows and chickens Also?

Do you think horses cant be eaten because you can ride your horse around in a saddle and train it??

You can do that with a cow or a pig too. Most horses will give you a smoother ride than a cow... Except maybe yours.....

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