Bigred wrote: really puts that level of show jumping into perspective.
Bigred wrote:Imagine the audacity of trying to make a profit in 'business' - this level of activity/sport is a business, if you want to play a 'sport', I imagine you'll have to go back to hobby riding, beer leagues and amateur hour
But there's a difference. BiGred understands the realities of the world. You don't.Mystara wrote:Bigred wrote:Imagine the audacity of trying to make a profit in 'business' - this level of activity/sport is a business, if you want to play a 'sport', I imagine you'll have to go back to hobby riding, beer leagues and amateur hour
...in your zeal to come across as profound, you don't seem to realize that you actually just agreed with me.
16 Hands wrote:You don't.
16 Hands wrote:I suppose you believe Rolex and others who sponsor equine events (and thus help make them possible) do so out of kindness.
" = Mystara"
Let's not delude yourself there kitten.
I'm aware WHAT direction the sport's going, in terms of funding. I'm aware WHY it's going that way.
I simply don't like THAT it's going that way; and I will express such sentiment with total disregard for how the likes of you might feel about it.
I realize that linear logic can be difficult for some..... but please explain how you managed to twist my lamenting that talent is increasing becoming less of a factor determining outcomes; into sponsors could/should/would/must be giving away funding for free!!!! or some inanity like that.
This I've gotta hear.
Invested wrote:Mystara, your anger
Invested wrote:I suggest you read again your comments and consider how they might be interpreted.
JustSomeJumper wrote:Apologies...I can't seem to figure out how to post a new topic.
GlendaTGW wrote:LMAO because skin does not get anything thinner than on this crack addict. Anger is about all this poster has in the arsenal, one need look no further than the fact she is unable not communicate without the temper being central.
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