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- Who writes these articles ?
- Why are some of these articles poorly
- Why doesn't the author reply to my email?
- Why are some of the articles so negative ?
- Why does the author often present issues
in such abrasive form?
- Why does the author hate women?
- Why are most articles not helpful and
informative in what to do?
In the Internet Explorer see the right corner at
the bottom. You can also hold down the Ctrl key on your keyboard and then
scroll the scroll wheel of your mouse forward.
Just send email, but I cannot reply to all question or emails.
Please click here to see
some basic information about myself. Eventually I hope to provide
more information about myself at my personal website, that is at
this time still under construction.
First thing should be noted that I am not a writer but a horseman
writing directly from my own life experiences. In addition to that I
do not have any formal education in the English language, which by
the way is not my first language.
Further more, as you are more likely aware of, it is almost
impossible for a writer to proofread his own articles, and that is
why they have editors to their disposal. I've had some folks in the
past helping me, and so some of the articles where edited as noted
in these publication.
And finally in most cases when folks edit my writings without
having a full comprehension of what is written, they often change
the context and meaning of what I have formally intended to write,
which only complicates the situation and also impedes my progress in
submitting new articles.
All in all, most articles are written in a sufficient legibility
for most average readers to comprehend and read. In most cases when
folks failed to understand my writings it is not because they are
poorly written, but rather that they lack sufficient knowledge and
experience with horses needed to the comprehension of my equine
I am a working man, just like any other. I do not sit on some
cash so I cannot retire. I do the work on these sites in my spare
time, and so I cannot reply to all emails or questions. Thank you
for your understanding.
Further more I pick among the email and the questions, choosing some
and ignoring others for the above reasons, though a persistence
should be taken into account, as opposed to nuisance that will surely
Putting a mathematical concept ( as in "negative") on literature,
or the written or spoken word will insure you no understanding of
the word spoken or written. If you perceive a reprimand as negative,
as most of my articles are a from of reprimand, you will not learn
anything in life. Reprimands should not only be noted and respected
but also greatly appreciated. Please read the "about"
page and the "foreword",
which should help in clarifying your question some more.
Unfortunately this is how most oversensitive and often conceited
females perceive my writings, and sometime even men with the similar
emotional problems do the same. In short, my writings hardly qualify
as politically correct and definitely are not sugar coated. If one
is bothered by the form of my presentations, he or she is better off
not reading them, because they will surely waste their time, since
they are blinded by their offended pride and injured feeling. This
surely is not a place for sissies or other forms of silly
people, as that warning is stated right on the main page. It is
recommended that you visit the more 'credible' equine websites that
have more experience in 'tickling' the ears of their visitors,
something that will never happen here.
I have never met a woman in person, whether she new me or not,
that it would even cross her mind, or that I would give her even a
slight impression, that I hate women. Most people, in this case
women, come to this conclusion when reading my articles because I
hold women accountable for their actions, and mainly for the abuse
of horses at this day and age that many of them do. I also reprimand
my kids, no matter the age, and hold them accountable for their
deeds and actions, and in no time, not even for one moment they
thought that I hate them. The accusations of me being some male
chauvinist pig hating women is plain immature and very childish,
mostly coming from the same kind of women, immature, oversensitive
and very childish and silly, with the sole purpose to discredit my
writing via such accusations, because they have no courage or enough
self-respect to face their inadequacy and failures. I find women
like these very difficult to respect enough to take them seriously,
and they are well advised to stay away from horses, since horses are
not pets, as most of these kind of women disrespect horses to the
point to perceive them as such.
Well, you can find more answers to this question, not only in my
foreword, which was recommended reading before reading my articles,
but also on the "about" page. It clearly states the obvious, in
addition to my saying: "Listen to horsemen in what not to do, and
what to do with the horse should come to you from the horse". I
cannot say this any clearer. Anyone who ever advices you on what to
do with your horse, especially on the internet, only bears witness
to him or her self being a genuine fool, or idiot if you will.
When people ask me about what to do with their horses in my
FAQs, in most cases I present what I have done in similar
situations or what I have seen, and by no means I reply with a
mere opinion, let alone my thoughts, as in what I think. For
this reason whenever people state that they disagree with my
answers, they simple make no sense since I am describing
something that happen and was done, being it the right thing to
do or not, unless they would be there at that time and place
with me and said that it did not happen that way etc. Also, in
no way my replies are advices or suggestions in what to do,
because I am not there where the horse is, and so I cannot see
what is happening, hence I cannot possibly give an accurate
advice or recommendation, as every situation is unique and must
be therefore observed.
Often people leave out many important facts when asking for help,
which simply results in inadequate and hardly helpful answers on
my part. In short, my answers in my
Stablemade FAQs are only as good as the
questions are, inadequate, but hopefully helpful enough for the
person to help him or her self, or to his or her horse.