Saturday, May 24, 2008

I have good friends in Alabama who I spoke with this evening.I followed their advice and checked out this site and it is mighty fine but apparently it is not just local, so I will have to call them back and find out the gold mine of things that need to be had. I like the ad for free dogs at a low price...They stole my shtick! One ad read, three women looking for handy man who can repair door knobs and do what needs to be done without being told...I think this was in exchange for lodging.I like the local flavor so I need to do more research but for now I leave it to your own devices. I like the name JW



At 8:55 AM , Blogger Zen Wizard said...

I think i logged on the wrong page or something...

The page I went to had stuff about horse loans and stuff.

A horse loan might be better than a car loan--when you trade in a horse, nobody ever tells you you need a new paint job on the horse.

You always know what your horsepower is with a horse: That would seem to be, "One."

The muffler never drags on a horse--unless it's a horse in the circus that you taught a neat trick.

Has anyone invented a The Club for horses?

I have an idea on that: It would be like a large pair of handcuffs.

Did they have valet horse parking in the 19th Century?

It would be hard to learn how to back those horses into a space...and there are no windshield wipers to put the valet claim check under.

It's harder to brag to a chick at a party about your horse: You can't say, like, "It's a red Dodge Viper with a targa top and custom aluminum wheels..."

You have to just say, "Shit--I dunno--it's a brown horse with a black tail and four hooves. What did you want to know about it? I mean, it's got one passed Emissions..."

At 10:15 AM , Blogger josh williams said...

zen: I went to the link, somethings amiss, I will have to contact my friends again for the correct link. ]
However it did provide fodder for your imagination and raised some important questions. Yes horses do pass emmisions.

At 4:26 AM , Blogger Mone said...

That muletrader is in business since 28 years?

I didnt think the internetstuff is going on such a long time, they are real pioniers :)

At 11:07 AM , Blogger Zen Wizard said...

On one hand, unlike a car, a horse emits an emission that can be used for fertilizer.

On the other hand, tuberculosis germs don't grow on a muffler.

At 11:10 AM , Blogger Zen Wizard said...

Oh, wait, it's THE Muletrader.

I went to

I wonder what you get when you go to

At 6:40 PM , Blogger josh williams said...

mone: From what I understand this started as a local paper for selling stuff, the grew and have embraced the 21st. century.

Zen: I have nothing to add, other than if it was I might have a completely different color to my blog.


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