I think he favors you, Charles. Congratulations :).
Will you keep us posted on how long it takes to housebreak a horse?
You actually bought a used horse? I hope it was low mileage.
Bandit is leased, so, technically, someone else holds the pink slips. If you've got an equinophilic itch that a few riding lessons won't scratch but can't pony up the cash for your own Mr. Ed, leasing may be the ticket. Horse leases grant riding privileges and one-on-one time sans the expense of buying the animal.
Wow, I was kidding. I can't believe you would lease your transportation after all your debt soapboxing. ;)Seriously, WHEN are you coming to town? Rick and I were planning to do lunch again next Tuesday (11/20) and if you're in town...
The difference is that a car goes down in value, and the only one who profits in the car fleece is, well, the financing company.Don't get me started...
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