horsesthatmakeuss:

thecityhorse:

horsesthatmakeuss:

thecityhorse:

horsesthatmakeuss:

thecityhorse:

omg
(And save the anon hate from republicans, you have no idea my political views, this is a funny comment not a definition of my beliefs f*ck you for making me feel the need to give a disclaimer)

well i mean, considering that in the USA christian conservatives give something like 3x more time and money(to charity/service(and VOLUNTARILY) than liberal atheists  if you find this “funny” then your political ideas are pretty clear yeah?

God damn was that predictable.

mmm okay, but I’m not anon and I make a pretty damn valid point sooo??

But you don’t?
Really do I need to break down why a majority group donating a lot of money to charities that are more than likely problematic isn’t a good point when the discussion is about DOING GOOD ACTS and not DONATING THE MOST MONIEZz. And they donate “three times as much” than a group their hundreds of times larger than? Cite it.

Read… "Donate time and money"
Also…I would cite if I thought you actually cared about factual information but I know from years of experience that you don’t. & how about you cite the numbers of christian conservatives versus liberal atheists “a group their hundreds of times larger than.”
P.S. regardless if the charities are “problematic” all sides donate to them so if the republicans do donate more money… more of it gets used for help than someone donating less. basic math. (also kindly note that “charity” doesn’t automatically mean “charities” as in organizations.)

Do you know why I put no effort into debating you? Because your logic is So ass backwards there really isn’t a point. Christians take up about 1/3 of the earths population. Athiests are 7% of the population and rising. Via PEWresearch. You do the math on that. You still can’t grasp why lots of money donated to groups that are antichoice, antiquality, antiscience is worse than donating nothing at all and that’s really why this entire conversation is a waste of time.

horsesthatmakeuss:

thecityhorse:

horsesthatmakeuss:

thecityhorse:

horsesthatmakeuss:

thecityhorse:

omg

(And save the anon hate from republicans, you have no idea my political views, this is a funny comment not a definition of my beliefs f*ck you for making me feel the need to give a disclaimer)

well i mean, considering that in the USA christian conservatives give something like 3x more time and money(to charity/service(and VOLUNTARILY) than liberal atheists  if you find this “funny” then your political ideas are pretty clear yeah?

God damn was that predictable.

mmm okay, but I’m not anon and I make a pretty damn valid point sooo??

But you don’t?

Really do I need to break down why a majority group donating a lot of money to charities that are more than likely problematic isn’t a good point when the discussion is about DOING GOOD ACTS and not DONATING THE MOST MONIEZz. And they donate “three times as much” than a group their hundreds of times larger than? Cite it.

Read… 
"Donate time and money"

Also…I would cite if I thought you actually cared about factual information but I know from years of experience that you don’t. & how about you cite the numbers of christian conservatives versus liberal atheists “a group their hundreds of times larger than.

P.S. regardless if the charities are “problematic” all sides donate to them so if the republicans do donate more money more of it gets used for help than someone donating less. basic math. (also kindly note that “charity” doesn’t automatically mean “charities” as in organizations.)

Do you know why I put no effort into debating you? Because your logic is So ass backwards there really isn’t a point.

Christians take up about 1/3 of the earths population. Athiests are 7% of the population and rising. Via PEWresearch. You do the math on that.

You still can’t grasp why lots of money donated to groups that are antichoice, antiquality, antiscience is worse than donating nothing at all and that’s really why this entire conversation is a waste of time.

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horsesthatmakeuss:

thecityhorse:

omg
(And save the anon hate from republicans, you have no idea my political views, this is a funny comment not a definition of my beliefs f*ck you for making me feel the need to give a disclaimer)

well i mean, considering that in the USA christian conservatives give something like 3x more time and money(to charity/service(and VOLUNTARILY) than liberal atheists  if you find this “funny” then your political ideas are pretty clear yeah?

God damn was that predictable.

horsesthatmakeuss:

thecityhorse:

omg

(And save the anon hate from republicans, you have no idea my political views, this is a funny comment not a definition of my beliefs f*ck you for making me feel the need to give a disclaimer)

well i mean, considering that in the USA christian conservatives give something like 3x more time and money(to charity/service(and VOLUNTARILY) than liberal atheists  if you find this “funny” then your political ideas are pretty clear yeah?

God damn was that predictable.

Reblogged from horsesthatmakeuss

windyenchanted asked:

I've been following you since you first got Airy and Atlas

You’ve been around a long time and haven’t changed your username much so I remember you.


People change their usernames and in my mind they’re a whole new person. I hate when people change their names LOL.

yourlocalsona-equestrian asked:

I've followed you since you had tumble and were just moving into the barn like I think you actually had a room in the barn

I had a studio apartment *in* the barn… It was basically a renovated stall! The toilet was behind a day screen and the bugs were HORRIBLE.

Anonymous asked:

Who trained IG for riding? He's lovely :)

I did, he wasn’t broke to ride when I got him!


No I didn’t get on him to train him, I get amazing I help from E and B and am a firm believer in the benefit of slow introductions and voice commands!

Anonymous asked:

I've followed you since right after you started riding Cash. It's been a pleasure to watch how far you two have come. You are an inspiration and I wish I could come take lessons from you.

Thank you… I wish you could too!!

Anonymous asked:

i started following in may of 2010 i think. you have come a long way. i am happy to see where you are currently - it sounds like beams of positivity. you have had a lot of chaotic events and schedules in the past years and it is nice to see that you are able to settle down with organized chaos. new hope sounds so positive, i loved the video. it just makes me smile to know you and H are in positive places.

thank you :)

4 years is a lot of time for growth.

e2 and Inspector Gadget…
I let her ride him bareback to put him away, she was in heaven. This kid gets to the barn and hardly even says hi to me before she’s busy grooming the snot out of ‘her pony’. She carries her own saddle, she untacks him herself and she doesn’t want any help, ever, putting him away.. or doing anything else actually. She’s barely 5 and kid is intensely independent; she’s well on her way to being one hell of an equestrian. 
Inspector Gadget is helping her get there, I love when kids this age/size have a pony that’s actually their size. She can safely learn horsemanship with him, she can manage her own tack, she can manage 99% of his grooming, she can lead him around and learn to manage situations safely that she couldn’t ever do with a bigger horse or pony… IG is special and he’s teaching her more than any other horse could. 
This little pair reminds me of E learning on Daphne. 

e2 and Inspector Gadget…

I let her ride him bareback to put him away, she was in heaven. This kid gets to the barn and hardly even says hi to me before she’s busy grooming the snot out of ‘her pony’. She carries her own saddle, she untacks him herself and she doesn’t want any help, ever, putting him away.. or doing anything else actually. She’s barely 5 and kid is intensely independent; she’s well on her way to being one hell of an equestrian. 

Inspector Gadget is helping her get there, I love when kids this age/size have a pony that’s actually their size. She can safely learn horsemanship with him, she can manage her own tack, she can manage 99% of his grooming, she can lead him around and learn to manage situations safely that she couldn’t ever do with a bigger horse or pony… IG is special and he’s teaching her more than any other horse could. 

This little pair reminds me of E learning on Daphne. 

Anonymous asked:

I follow you because your life is what I want mine to be. You are so nice and down to earth, you get to own and work with such great horses, you have a fantastic girlfriend and you are just such a generous and wonderful person. I love how much you give back and I find it so inspiring I guess I follow you because you give me hope and inspire me to be a better person and work towards my dreams.

Awh thank you, your reason makes me so happy!

critical-ariel asked:

J you're honestly the most inspiring person I follow on here. I'm so pleased I stumbled across your blog a few years ago. I honestly look up to you as a teacher and a rider. I hope more good things come your way b.c u r gr8.

Eeeee thank you! It’s so strange to me there are people who have followed me for actual *years*!!