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Posted 2/26/2013 6:53:30 PM


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Dressage4Fun (2/26/2013)
Another thing: Please be polite to others, no matter what political party or religous group you're with. You can still paritipate in debates without being rude or saying bad things about others.
This includes keeping blatant proselytizing to a minimum.

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the night hath been to me a more familiar face than that of man; and in her starry shade of dim and solitary loveliness i learned the language of another world.
I'm happy in summertime beneath the dark blue sky, nae thinkin in the mornin at nicht where i'm gang to lie
bothies or byres or barns, or oot amangst the hay,and if the weather does permit, I'm happy a' the day.

.holding my rebel banner up with pride.
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Posted 2/27/2013 9:45:58 AM


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Be prepared to hear other peoples opinions.




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Remember to act civil on the site. No bad pics, language, etc. Don't say something to someone if you wouldn't say it to their face. Following the Golden Rule would make the site much more fun for everyone.


Think of Riding as a Science, but Love it as an Art-George Morris

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Oh, talking about adultish topics is totally out, too. There are a lot of younger users on the site, so...


Think of Riding as a Science, but Love it as an Art-George Morris

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