HomeHumorYeah, I live in Cow Hampshire, Part 37 Yeah, I live in Cow Hampshire, Part 37 Jay Tea November 16, 2004 Humor 7 Comments Spotted along a back road in Windham, New Hampshire, where a horse trail crosses the road: J. ]]>< ![CDATA[ Troll dissection for fun and profit Moonbats Converge On The White House Related Posts The Force Grows Those Amazing Asians Comedy Break: Customs About The Author Jay Tea 7 Comments Hunter November 16, 2004 – Whenever you do a Cow Hampshire installment I’m always tempted to post a comment about my UFO adventures in Exeter as a young amatuer investigative reporter back in the 60’s….But no….its to far OT…. -S- November 16, 2004 Ha…I used to ride steeple chase (that’s racing a horse on a cross country trail, and it’s not easy to do, for even most men, much less me, a woman), and someone asked me a while ago to comment on a filmed scene wherein two jockeys exchanged barbs and threats and taunts and such while in the act of running a race course, by far an easier task than competing in a steeple chase course, and my only comment was that the only thing I’ve ever said or heard said by jockeys/riders on any competitive course I’ve ever ridden was, “Whoa” and “Go.” -S- November 16, 2004 …because the horses understand “whoa” and “go” and that’s all you need, much less have time amd effort for, while actually racing a horse. All those other filmed moments with filmed dialogue, it’s all big screen fantasy. Everything in the reality of racing/riding a horse is about body language, since it’s the horse’s point of view that matters. So, I always laugh when I see filmed scenes that involve horses, all the verbal humans with all that language, when “whoa” and “go” are about all anyone ever needs to say, in words, anyway. Well, plus “heyaaaahhh,” which is pretty well understood in the right tone of voice. Master of None November 16, 2004 We have these Maser of None November 16, 2004 http://www.trans.gov.ab.ca/Content/doctype45/images/32k.jpg John S. November 16, 2004 “Incident at Exeter” I remember the flying saucers. Funny, when the nearby SAC airbase closed all the flying saucers went away. Jay Tea November 16, 2004 Hunter, you now realize I’m gonna HAVE to do a Cow Hampshire – UFO posting JUST so I can get you to tell that story… weren’t Betty and Barney Hill from Cow Hampshire? J.