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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Your Tuesday Morning Florida Report

Suspecting that someone had entered a barn on her property without permission, a Florida Woman set up a trail camera that subsequently recorded a laborer having repeated sexual contact with a horse housed in the structure, police report.

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  1. There have been numerous horse owners who have discovered men engaging illicitly in such activities and worse here in Florida. It has been kept quiet but horses suffering abuse, up to mutilation and dismemberment, is occurring more frequently. Owners are encouraged to remain vigilant but Florida has received a lot of undesirables who have no problem murdering a defenseless animal.

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  2. repeated... so she let this go on for awhile and just watched... ok

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  3. I believe such activity is legal in the state of Washington and has been for years. I remember Rush talking about it many moons ago.

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    1. There were no specific laws against bestiality in the state until 2006 but now it is illegal under RCW 16.52.205, it’s considered animal cruelty. The cause for the change is about as bad as you can imagine, seems we had a farm out in Enumclaw set us as an animal brothel catering to the needs of Seattle’s limp-wristed crowd. One of the horses got too frisky with the clientele & he later died of a ruptured colon.

      I was told by a buddy who spent his summers there that the locals claim especially it wasn’t the guys first rodeo, he had been a regular customer & had been previously hospitalized for...internal injuries related to having a horse cock rammed too far up his ass. Rumor also said he had an active restraining order against contact with animals when he had his Vlad Tepes incident.
      Seeing the day-to-day behavior of the Seattle area alphabet club makes me believe both of those rumors are true.

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  4. Fancy dressed guy entered a good ol boy bar in West Virginia and orders wine. Everyone in the joint was a lookin hard at him. Barkeep says you aint from around here are ya boy? Nope, I'm from NYC and I'm a taxidermist. A taxawhat, says the barkeep? Fancy boy says, a taxidermist, I mount animals. Barkeep turns to the good ol boys and says, it's all right fellas, he's one of us.

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  5. So, does this mean he ain't vegan?

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  6. A quick scan misread "laborer" as "labrador" and my first thought was "Did he bring a stepladder ?"

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    1. I, too saw it as "labrador"! Maybe the horse couldn't say "Neigh" ;)

      -Ed in Wa-

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  7. Bullet and a shovel. Ohio Guy

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  8. "Was the victim male or female?"
    "Hey, I'm no Maricon, senor."

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  9. Hey, the leftist asshole Cenk Uygur loves this stuff! https://rumble.com/vgepx5-the-young-turks-on-animals.html

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  10. I'm surprised the horse didn't administer appropriate punishment him/herself. I learned a long time ago not to go around the back of a horse - it kicks, _hard_. I knew someone who had to learn the hard way; he has one ball, and lucky to keep that.

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