Last night, July 3rd 2005, I entered Terry’s office to shut down the computer prior to heading for bed. Everyone else was tucked away and I was just doing the last minute security sweep when my eyes caught the bright glare of a fireworks rocket heading for the stars in the northern sky. When it reached it’s predestined point of suicide, it erupted into a brilliant display of red and blue stars cascading downward across the acres of millet that separate us from a distant subdivision. I walked closer to the window when, suddenly, the noise of the explosion reached our farm. BOOM! As the sound trailed off, another took its place -the thunder of hooves. The horses were freaked.
Commentary/Rebuttal by Vicki Tobin of The Equine Welfare Alliance Sue Wallis Motto: “Open Mouth, Insert Foot” Wallis Statement |” Perception is reality, they say, and those who are offering no solutions while continuing to campaign – loudly, vociferously, and redundantly – with misinformation, outright falsehoods, and misrepresentations need […]