Spooked Horse Trips, Insane Female Meltdown Ensues

by W.F. Price on August 5, 2011

A friend sent me a video in which a New York woman is party to an incident with a confused horse, who gets spooked by something and trips, taking a minor spill. The woman subsequently has a full-on meltdown one might expect from a little girl, replete with heaving sobs and accompanying hysteria. It’s shameful, and as a father it annoys me exceedingly to see a grown woman engaging in the kind of behavior that my five-year-old daughter has grown out of.

As you will see at the end of the video, the horse is fine. It was the horse equivalent of a guy falling on his butt while carrying something. Big deal. But it becomes the equivalent of a natural disaster to this hysterical woman. Sometimes, you’ve got to wonder how anyone can put up with contemporary urban American women. Without a degree in clinical psychology, you’re going to have your hands full.

Watch it here (she’s made an issue over copyright so I won’t embed).

You can see more of the fat lady’s psychotic antics here.

It’s really unbelievable.

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The Private Man August 5, 2011 at 23:40

Projection, attention whoring, emotional over-reaction…

Nothing to see here…. move along please… these aren’t the ‘droids we’re looking for.

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V10 August 6, 2011 at 00:14

Well, that goes on to the favorites list…

People that filmed the Twin Towers were less hysterical.

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nilk August 6, 2011 at 00:26

As I woman, I’d like to say that she’s an embarrassment. I couldn’t watch the whole thing, so props to anyone who can.

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Avenger August 6, 2011 at 00:28

Everything spooks horses which is why they have blinders on them.It looks like this horse didn’t fall but just got spoked and decided to lay down. It didn’t faint. She’s a crazy bitch and those horses are taken care of better than people. I wonder if she’d get hysterical if the horse accidently trampled some man and the guy was laying on the ground in agony. She’s the kind of crazy bitch who thinks the jockeys are beating a horse with a riding crop at the race track. That feels like nothing to a horse with a tough hide and is like me tapping you on the shoulder or nudging you.
What’s really disgusting is that if you read these stories about animals especially cats where something has happened to them (like a hawk picks one of them up or they accidently fall out a window) the females have more sympathy for a cat than they would for a man, like a window washer who slips or some contruction worker who falls off a building or bridge. That barely even gets mentioned.

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Seamus the Classicist August 6, 2011 at 00:41

Having a bit of horse sense myself, horses do not naturally back up, they do it when the rider pulls back on the bit. This irritates them and the horse does was it was trained to do, back up, but the motion doesn’t come naturally to them (four legged animals do not reverse, man is probably the only animal that does.)

Horses are easily spooked, if you walk behind hind you have to pat it’s rump to let it know you are there, otherwise if they all the sudden see a person behind them they will kick in surprise. Those animals in Central Park are probably the most docile and amicable of the breeds (as compared to race horses which will bite people on little provocation.)

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Stan August 6, 2011 at 00:52

Amazing. I wonder how she would react in a real crisis? It would be horrible to be married to someone like her and have to deal with a real emergency while she was going hysterical and distracting you.

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Maaldweb August 6, 2011 at 02:00

Give this video to all those retards who want more women in the military…

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Philip August 6, 2011 at 03:00

Some one give that over ventilating child a paper bag to breath into.
Remember just breath woman!

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dragnet August 6, 2011 at 03:25

“I have a US copyright on my video. Do not attempt to alter or use my video without my permission. Thanks.”

No one needs to alter the video to prove that woman is hysterical and completely out of control. A horse takes a bit of a tumble…and now some random bitch becomes a veterinarian and a PETA rep on the spot.

I nearly shat myself laughing.

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Velocity August 6, 2011 at 04:13

So, anyone want to bet that this woman fashions herself as “Strong, Smart and Independent?”

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The Man On The Street August 6, 2011 at 04:36

Note the setup word… “Traumatic”. Suit to ensue in 5…4…3…2…

TMOTS

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Carnivore August 6, 2011 at 04:40

Soft, fat, weak, pampered American princess.

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Wobbegong August 6, 2011 at 04:49

Eat a cupful of cement and HARDEN THE F**K UP! Bloated yank retard!

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mananon August 6, 2011 at 04:59

Before i saw the video I was expecting to see the woman fall off the horse and land on her arse, not have a screaming fit riding on a carriage.

It’s a good job she doesn’t live in an earthquake zone, since she might set off an aftershock jumping and flailing around like that!

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Avenger August 6, 2011 at 05:25

I watched that video again closely and what happened is that the horse saw a bunch of bicycles coming at it and got scared and started to back up then tripped on the curb. They got it right up and the horse was fine not even a limp. I’m sure that in the days when people had to use horses that this stuff happened all the time and in some cases where a horse was really seriously injured it had to be shot right on the spot which is the only reliable and quick method of putting down a large animal. This female may have also been misinterpreting the reason that he brought the horse over to where the other horses were. It calms them down to be with the other horses and even high strung race horses sometimes have a donkey put in with them to keep them calm.

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Mickey T August 6, 2011 at 06:06

Now she can commit any crime for the rest of her life, with little to no punishment, because she has post spooked horse depression. She is a victim! Did I see a female lawyer (horse carriage chaser) in the background??

Almost all women are friggin drama queens in one way or another. This one, the bad actor that she is, has fooled, and will fool many.

Don’t take much for a woman to fool people. They have more weapons in their arsenal besides sex and goofy men.

Keep an eye out for a multi-million dollar lawsuit against the city.

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WGMOW August 6, 2011 at 06:24

Phillip: “Some one give that over ventilating child a paper bag to breath into.”

I’d rather give her a plastic bag and tie it tightly around her neck. Time to take that shit out of the gene pool.

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Anonymous August 6, 2011 at 06:24

PeTA reps are PeTArds.

PeTA opposes all animal ownership and exploitation, so technically even the vegan diet that PeTA advocates would involve hypocrisy if the plants eaten were pollinated by bees (granted, not the most popular animal among MRA’s). Unfortunately for bees, they are not mammals or even chordates and they sting, so PeTA includes them when they need them, which nobody seems to see very much.

PeTA is so despicable an organization that their position on animal testing when animal testing is the lone means of unlocking a cure for a presently incurable disease is for the disease to remain incurable forever. No disease is exempted from this opposition to animal testing. You can imagine how much of a “fuck you” Ingrid Newkirk is sending to an African kid who received HIV from his/her mother.

PeTA is clearly a culturally insensitive organization to almost every culture in the world by behaving as if animals are capable of participating in the political process. Most cultures will not massage a vegan’s or even a vegetarian’s ego, especially if plant products are hard to come by or meat is a luxury item.

My last name can be anagrammed into the imperative “Nail PeTA.” I wonder how much Ingrid Newkirk would love animals if the last few minutes of her life she was being eaten by lions, trampled by elephants, attacked by an anaconda, or had some other violent animal-related death.

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Lara August 6, 2011 at 06:26

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greyghost August 6, 2011 at 06:39

How would you like to be the guy making the payments on that chick. She had a husband or somebody with her.
And this was also an example of solipsism big time. It wasn’t enough to act like an ass she had to go mess with the guy’s lively hood. She was a comepletely clueless shitstain. I bet without knowing the the horses actully enjoy pulling the carriages. If he took off for a couple weeks and then showed up at the stable carrying in the harness to put on the horse that horse would start to get exited.

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Uncle Elmer August 6, 2011 at 06:57

She’s adamant about maintaining copyrights on this.

Will parlay it into a lucrative income stream.

Coming up on the Oprah and Dr. Phil : The Central Park Horse Lady, with psychologist at her side to explain why this was so traumatic, likely an indicator of long-buried abuse memories. With video of her working it out in pole-dance therapy.

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Quartermain August 6, 2011 at 07:06

That heffer is immune to embarassment. If the two vids weren’t embarassing enough, she put them up on youtube for all to see.

I really felt for the horse and the horse man.

I would label the vid: The Horse, the Horse Man, and the Horse’s Ass.

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dragnet August 6, 2011 at 07:07

@ Lara

There’s a word for the phenomenon de Tocqueville described:

PEDESTALIZATION.

And we must end it—-de Tocqueville was fool here.

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Quartermain August 6, 2011 at 07:07

My great granfather has said “There are more horse’s asses than there are horses.”

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keyster August 6, 2011 at 08:26

I’ve always been attracted to women who can handle a horse; that have a sense of the animal and understand how to command it. It shows they have strong character and demonstrates they actually bothered to master something, besides shopping and gossiping.

You’ll find they also have an innate feel for thrusting their hips in a fashion that’s very rhythmically sympatico while engaged in coital activity. The horse teaches them all about proper rhythm, pace and sympathetic response to a sexual partner.

A woman that can handle a horse might be a keeper.
Take your next date horseback riding and see how she responds.

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Izzey August 6, 2011 at 09:15

@ Keyster,
I doubt that woman has ever actually ever been on a horse, much less mastered the grace and discipline to canter one.

This was on the news here in New York, a laughable segment inserted like it was real news. Telling her son to “run” like the horse was going to blow up or something, was ridiculous. I think the son and husband were both embarrassed at her behavior.

The people that get their “15 minutes” these days…are unbelievable.
Notice…they do not show her image. And she was sooooo distraught, yet, did not waver from her hysterical video taping of the traumatic incident.

Horses also do not like perfume. I was told not to wear any (if I did wear any) when I learned to ride. I was nine years old, and my father took me for the first time in California. (A wonderful memory for me.)

Maybe she smelled bad.
lol

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evilwhitemalempire August 6, 2011 at 09:22

From YouTube comments:

“What an immature, stupid, mornic, pathetic excuse for a human being is Teresa Shaver! So, the horse tripped, it got up, so what? Any excuse to draw attention to your ugly fat self, I guess. When I see or hear disgusting females like you it embarrasses me to be female.

By the way, why don’t you take a boat ride on the Hudson and JUMP IN. World will be? much saner without you.”

“The horse just needed a rest after dragging your plus sized family around.?

McDonalds also has Salads btw.” (favorite)

“Honestly? lady, are you looking to sue?? Do you not have any decency?? What’s it like to be an absolute fool on national TV?!”

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continent August 6, 2011 at 09:32

Feminist claim that women helped to find the West by gathering fruits and nuts to eat.(Perhaps that’s why some call California the land of fruits and nuts)
But how could women travel horseback if they can’t sit in a carriage? If this is the same video that was shown on the evening TV program, she went ballistic when she found the same horse and carriage back in line for new customers. She should saddle up on the Northbound horse facing herself South, so she could she her reflection on the horse’s rear end.

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dragnet August 6, 2011 at 09:51

I’m willing to bet she stepped over 5 or 6 homeless guys on the way to this meltdown.

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AntiFeminist August 6, 2011 at 09:51

“Alex de Tocqueville on American women”

Funny that nowadays everyone quotes Tocqueville as if hes Jesus Christ speaking the Gospel. He was just a man, some of the stuff he wrote was good, other was garbarge. That quote about women was clearly garbarge.

This is a better one:

“It is a law of nature that women should be held under the dominance of man.” -Confucius (ca. 500 BC)

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criolle johnny August 6, 2011 at 10:22

I’ve taught middle school. I would berate one of my students who behaved this way. I would HAVE to, just to get control over the class. THEY would be laughing and ridiculing that woman.

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Anonymous August 6, 2011 at 10:33
John Boy August 6, 2011 at 10:45

This woman was clinging to her running cell phone the same way an eagle holds a trout. She could have dropped the phone and tried to save her son but it seems to have been more important than he.

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John Boy August 6, 2011 at 10:48

Imagine what her response would be if they had to put the horse down!

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CyclotronMajesty August 6, 2011 at 11:01

Lol pathetic.

Typical female.

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Theo P. August 6, 2011 at 11:05

So, wait.

1. Woman engages in an unusual but completely mundane activity: basically, sitting.
2. The sitting goes awry in a completely mundane way.
3. She does nothing useful, then promptly makes the situation worse by screaming her lungs out.
4. She gets the worst video of it EVER.
5. Instead of popping out the memory card and stomping it to bits on the sidewalk like any rational person with embarrassing evidence would do, she actually uploads the terrible video of her doing nothing useful to YouTube.
6. Only now does she realize that she has embarrassed herself.
7. She claims copyright to keep anyone from making a stupid statement dance remix of the event instead of TAKING IT DOWN.

Is this just the logic of a woman trying her darndest to get a stamp on her victim card?

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Quartermain August 6, 2011 at 11:07

http://newyork.cbslocal.com/2011/08/04/tourist-recounts-traumatic-experience-riding-central-park-carriage-horse/

Tourist Recounts ‘Traumatic’ Experience After Carriage Horse Takes A Tumble
Animal Rights Activists Renew Calls For Ban; Drivers: You Are Overreacting

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A tourist hoping to enjoy a leisurely ride through Central Park on a carriage horse Sunday said she is distraught after the animal started moving backward and fell to the ground.

Theresa Shaver told 1010 WINS’ John Montone that her husband and son were sitting on the horse carriage when it tripped over a curb and collapsed.

“Oh my gosh, oh my gosh, oh my gosh! Oh the horse, no! Oh God, get off, get off,” she could be heard screaming on the video.

Shaver described the whole episode as a “traumatic” experience and was incensed to see that shortly after the incident, the carriage driver allegedly had the horse in line to pick up new passengers.

“You put him back to work after he drops to the ground twice?” she asked the driver seen on the YouTube video.

Shaver said something terrible could have happened given what she perceived to be the horse’s poor condition.

Back home in upstate Baldwinsville on Thursday, Shaver said she still hasn’t gotten over the incident.

“I’m changed forever. My view on it is changed forever. I was actually afraid for horses on the way out. I didn’t want to get near the carriages,” Shaver told CBS 2’s Marcia Kramer.

However, a spokesman for the Horse and Carriage Drivers Association, Ian McKeever, said Shaver is “crazy” and overreacted.

McKeever said the horse just tripped like a person might trip and was “absolutely fine.” He said the horse was returned to the stable to be checked and returned to work only on the following day.

“We followed proper protocol, we brought the horse back to the stable — made sure the horse was fine. And the horse was fine,” McKeever said.

Kramer found Bill Sac, the carriage driver during the incident, on Central Park South on Thursday with a different horse.

“It could happen sometime. It could happen. They always risk,” Sac said.

Dr. Pamela Corey, Director of Equine Veterinary Service for the Humane Law Enforcement Department of the ASPCA, said the horse was “spooked by a pedicab and fell down.”

The driver claims that Shaver left her purse in the carriage and he was waiting with the horse in the hack-line for her to return to collect it, Corey said.

The incident comes on the heels of a recent push by animal rights activists and lawmakers to ban horse-drawn carriages in New York City. Supporters of the movement claim it is abusive to the animals.

“This is definitely a safety issue safety, meaning it’s a safety issue for the horses and it’s a safety issue for people,” said Elizabeth Forel of the Coalition to Ban Horse Drawn Carriages.

Drivers said an investigation isn’t necessary.

“The truth of the matter is that they’re very well cared for. There’s much oversight of this industry. These guys love their horses and take good care of them,” Demos Demopoulos said.

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Quartermain August 6, 2011 at 11:14

http://www.brobible.com/videos/watch/woman-loses-mind-horse-falls

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If a horse falls in Central Park do people in Bangladesh hear this lunatic scream? This woman freaks out like it’s going out of style when the horse she PAID to pull her carriage falls to the ground. Jack Woltz didn’t freak out as much when he woke up next to his $600,000 race horse and its head was detached from its body in “The Godfather.”

As much as you have to feel for the horse, how about the poor man who is married to this woman? I’m sure when she started spazzing in public her husband must have been thinking, “I wonder if they have to put this horse down, it they can do the same for me? Or her?”

Then she makes another scene when she sees that the horse has been put back to work after the incident. Excuse me, Mrs. Bipolar, the horse was put back to work because out-of-town dullards like yourself pay money to force these animals to carry your crazy ass for a joyride on a 94-degree summer day. If you’re so against the inhumane treatment of these animals, please go walk around Central Park yourself or better yet go visit the M&M store.

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Rebel August 6, 2011 at 11:20
Rebel August 6, 2011 at 11:22
CyclotronMajesty August 6, 2011 at 11:24

WGMOW:

First of all, what does this mean “Woman Going Men’s Own Way”?

Lol cuz thats funny, you can’t dear (if a woman) go a mens own way. You ladies don’t seem to get that. You CAN’T EQUAL US. So spare us the charade.

Then WGMOW said:

“I’d rather give her a plastic bag and tie it tightly around her neck. Time to take that shit out of the gene pool.”

Did you know that sounds really familiar? You WGMOW sound just like a male hating violent psychopath you see spread across society and populated on feminist websites who would say something sick and depraved like that about some random man who doesn’t beg for you like an abused dog!

But oh no, now you’ve switched sides! NOW you can unleash your rancorous and murderous passions on behalf of men and the MRM!

But you’ve not changed, and you are not one of us! And we can’t really use you, in fact YOU are trying to use US! The same way you use all those other men who you told to go carry out your sick violent perversions on your behalf! All those violent criminals, who owe you for infiltrating their minds with violent atrocities like the one you mentioned!

This woman may be a pathetic weakling, but you WGMOW, are no better! You are just her left side! The psychopath’s meat-locker! You are in fact the cunning enemy itself!

All of you women are the same…

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MSFM August 6, 2011 at 11:27

Made me think of Mr. Ed. and illuminated why Wilbur spent all of his free time hanging out in the barn talking to a horse instead of his wife.

Mr. Ed could hold up his end of the conversation without letting his emotions take over, kept a lid on the shaming language, and was content with one set; albeit four, of shoes.

I’m sure there were other reasons.

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Uncle Elmer August 6, 2011 at 11:35

How did the manosphere miss this one? I am outraged! :

Prominent Surgeon Resigns Post After Backlash Over Editorial

http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2011/04/20/135507352/prominent-surgeon-resigns-post-after-backlash-over-editorial?ps=cprs

Head of Surgeons Group Resigns Over Article Viewed as Offensive to Women

The president-elect of the American College of Surgeons resigned his position Sunday after weeks of controversy surrounding a Valentine’s Day editorial he wrote touting the mood-enhancing effects of semen on women during unprotected sex…

The editorial outraged many women in the field, some of whom said that it reflected a macho culture in surgery that needed to change.

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/04/18/health/18surgeon.html?_r=2

Forget chocolate on Valentine’s Day, try semen, says Surgery News editor. Retraction, resignation follow

http://retractionwatch.wordpress.com/2011/04/06/forget-chocolate-on-valentines-day-try-semen-says-surgery-news-editor-retraction-resignation-follow/

It’s been known since the 1990s that heterosexual women living together synchronize their menstrual cycles because of pheromones, but when a study of lesbians showed that they do not synchronize, the researchers suspected that semen played a role. In fact, they found ingredients in semen that include mood enhancers like estrone, cortisol, prolactin, oxytocin, and serotonin; a sleep enhancer, melatonin; and of course, sperm, which makes up only 1%-5%. Delivering these compounds into the richly vascularized vagina also turns out to have major salutary effects for the recipient. Female college students having unprotected sex were significantly less depressed than were those whose partners used condoms (Arch. Sex. Behav. 2002;31:289-93). Their better moods were not just a feature of promiscuity, because women using condoms were just as depressed as those practicing total abstinence. The benefits of semen contact also were seen in fewer suicide attempts and better performance on cognition tests.

So there’s a deeper bond between men and women than St. Valentine would have suspected, and now we know there’s a better gift for that day than chocolates.

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keyster August 6, 2011 at 11:38

I had problem buying something online today. I called “customer support” and after several minutes of trying to understand my problem she put me on hold. (No “Buy Now” button was appearing!)

10 minutes later she finally get’s back on, ” Uhm, like, I was told you’re going to have to delete your cookies and your cache for it to work right.”
“How do I do that?” I ask. (knowing all too well)
“Well you go to your browser and it should be right there.”
“What should be there?”
“The button that turns off your cookies.”
“I thought you said I need to delete them.”
“Yes, I meant delete them.” (in a rather exasperated tone now).
“How do I do that?”
“OK, ya know what? Yer just gonna have to call tech support because I can’t help you with this kind of a problem.”
“OK, ya know what? I just deleted my order and I’m taking my business elsewhere.” CLICK!

This is what life in a femocracy looks like.
Stupid, incompetent and lazy with a bitchy attitude thrown in for good measure. Remind me why our economy is in decline again…?

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Mickey T August 6, 2011 at 12:10

C’mon, some of you guys. You’re taking this off, off, off Broadway acting school dropout too seriously. All the women in NY put together don’t have that much real emotion. She’s probably between jobs and is in need of some money, so she’s using her female instinct to get it dishonestly, of course.

Or perhaps, being so undesirable, she can’t get any real money using the standard female method of obtaining a lively hood (prostitution), so she figured she give a phony lawsuit a try. What could it cost? Carriage fare and scaring the shit out of her kid, Eddy. Unless Eddy is the best sugar daddy she can find.

The possibilities are endless. Who cares. It’s only another female behaving (acting) badly.

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DCM August 6, 2011 at 12:18

I’m sure she has infected any kids she has with all manner of neurotic anxieties and behaviors.

Once during the late 70s I went to do some routine inspections in a Dallas area mall. When I came out I found I couldn’t back the city vehicle out because some idiot had parked too close and parts of the bumpers were locked. All was needed was for the other person to turn their wheels and move forward slightly so I waited.
In this case it was a slender well dressed middle class female in her 30s, not to offend anyone but by her speech from the same regions as the idiot in the video here. Rather than hysterical she became morally insistent and efficiently self-righteous. No doubt she sniffed a lawsuit or at least an audience for her “sufferings” and had to call the police (on a nearby payphone — no cells then). Se we had to wait, even though I told her exactly how to get loose.
The cops had to fill out reports and I had to fill out reports and it took over an hour. There was no lawsuit or repercussions besides my losing time taking care of other people’s water problems. I suppose the cops found it a waste of time due to stupidity and greed and told their boss, who relayed it to my department.

I’d forgotten the incident and the accent of the neurotic bitch in the video reminded me.
A lot of needless trouble, though not quite like the lab boss, also in her thirties, who gave me a diagram of a sample tap on the lawn of a chemical producer that proved to be wrong. She and I and a couple of pollution officers and the department head had to converge on the lawn after I notified her by radio. The real tap was some yards away, causing her to start crying aloud and screaming and going totally to pieces in front of everybody.
She had a master’s degree in biology, or perhaps it was bacteriology. We let her tantrum play out and the water commissioner managed to calm her in a while.

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Donn August 6, 2011 at 12:24

OT: Akiba Solomon’s at it again,

http://colorlines.com/archives/2011/08/since_late_may_various_people.html

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MWPeak August 6, 2011 at 13:00

Two points.

First, the sarcasm. The woman probably had her son to do a quickee breast feedso that she could feel like a motherly hero by keeping her son nuzzled and safe, thereby ruining the poor bastard’s young life.

Second, I’ve met lots of young ladies who work with horses and they would have smacked the hysterical woman silly and done it because the guys would have been too afraid of the law to do it.

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Avenger August 6, 2011 at 14:12

Lara, you’re a good example of someone who doesn’t understand something she’s read in its entirety and just picks out a part out of context which she likes. When Alex de Tocqueville wrote about the US it was 1838 and the population was under 15m including 2m slaves and ethnically it was a different country. The US females were mostly English and living in a big open country where they really needed the protection of men. You also neglet the part where de Tocqueville mentions how much religion played in the government of the US and I’m sure that the females at hat time were influenced by religion and morality . You also really didn’t have many poor people at that time because labour was in demand and anyone with some kind of trade could earn a good living. In fact, if you read Jefferson’s Declaration one of his gripes was that the King was not permitting people to emigrate to the colonies. The females at that time were an entirely different breed in the US and it wasn’t just the Frenchman who noticed this.
And let me just add this, everyone including the females were literate at that time if only to be able to read the Bible.
Marx wrote his Manifesto in 1848 and since it was published in London where he lived most of his life it also was well known in NY, Boston etc. The US population was also changing by the late 1800′s with a big influx from Eastern Europe indoctrined with communism and also a big influx of illiterate peasants from depressed parts of Europe. These females were a lot coarser and aggressive than the pop. in 1838 and cities in the US became a lot larger and industrialised. So I wouldn’t make any generalisations about the US females TODAY based on what they were like in 1838. I’m sure that there are still decent females in the US and some of the men commenting here may be too extreme but there’s also a good chunk of the US female population that are simply terrible.

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joe August 6, 2011 at 14:57

I used to date a melodramatic drama queen (nowhere near as bad as this woman) about ten years back. The sex was great, and I loved her, but her CONSTANT need to create DRAMA got really, really wearing. I sat her down and told her it needed to stop. She said she didn’t know how. A few months more of her histrionics and I had to end the relationship.

Thank fuck I’d had an LTR with a relatively sane chick before, or that experience alone might’ve put me off dating completely. It did teach me to “look out for the crazy” early on!

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Eric August 6, 2011 at 15:06

Quartermain:

I agree with you; I especially felt sorry for the horse. They’re strong animals; but they can only take so much weight. That’s probably why the horse fell; he spied that fat slob in the carriage and knew it was going to be job for a full wagon-team, and didn’t want to chance his back. (After all, sit-down strikes ARE an NYC tradition! LOL)

The horse might have figured too that she was going to blow out the carriage springs. Not only would he have to tow a bunch of dead weight around, it would cost the carriageman too, since those spring have to be custom-made. Cuts down on the oat ration—

Nobody ever said that horses were stupid, LOL. In fact, it looks like they have more sense than most manginas and white-knights.

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CyclotronMajesty August 6, 2011 at 16:36

@ Uncle Elmer,

The manosphere did not miss that. I heard about it. It isn’t really news to me though about the sperm. Chinese thinkers have long regarded sperm as very valuable and priceless in many ways. Chinese Medicine also see’s it’s importance. Western doctors I guess are now catching up. But western society obviously is still too bigoted and matriarchal to cope with it psychologically.

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Humungus August 6, 2011 at 17:19

The only cruelty that horse suffered was having to haul around that herd of bloated wildebeests. What a disgrace. I would have laid down for a breather too if I was pulling a cart with that family of behemoths in it.

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W.F. Price August 6, 2011 at 17:23

@ Uncle Elmer,

The manosphere did not miss that. I heard about it. It isn’t really news to me though about the sperm. Chinese thinkers have long regarded sperm as very valuable and priceless in many ways. Chinese Medicine also see’s it’s importance. Western doctors I guess are now catching up. But western society obviously is still too bigoted and matriarchal to cope with it psychologically.

-Cyclotron

Actually, Chinese women see sperm as a source of power — a sort of mana. Chinese philosophers, such as Confucius, have long warned against giving too much of it away. This attitude concerning the value of sperm is deeply embedded in Chinese culture, and although I saw it as a bit odd when I was there, it has its perks.

Robert K August 6, 2011 at 18:21

Those vids were actually painful to watch. Having said that, that level of behaviour from a grown woman is not surprising. The scary thing is that we let said modern women vote and care for children.

God help up all.

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RMM August 6, 2011 at 19:28

You guys are too harsh. Having the brain filled with Spooked Horse Induced Trauma is no walk on the park.

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Alphabeta Supe August 6, 2011 at 19:34

OT, but does it surprise anyone that there is now no body AND no witnesses to OBL’s death? No names either, so no proof this event actually happened.

http://news.yahoo.com/31-americans-7-afghans-killed-helicopter-crash-145151275.html

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Rumplestiltskin August 6, 2011 at 20:16

She says “You don’t treat animals that way!” But she was perfectly fine with having the poor beast drag her fat ass around the park. Perhaps he was protesting the inhumane treatment when he laid down woman! :)

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buggeroff11 August 6, 2011 at 23:06

Keyster..’customer support’…..wonderful stuff & soooooo true, after falling off my chair from laughing, reinforced my practice of ovoiding Any business run by women including those that only employ female staff.

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Avenger August 7, 2011 at 02:37

MickeyT-she’s not going to get a penny for this. In civil court you have to prove damages and how was she harmed? Perhaps if she got some injury like the carriage falling on her she’d get some settlement but it’s not going to be much if the injury was minor. And btw, sometimes people read about someone getting a high award in civil court but these are always reduced by the appellate court. A million dollar judgement may be reduced to $50k and these are cases where there was still some damage.
Something like this fat female’s case is worth nothing because there was no malicious intent to cause her “emotional distress”, no physical injuries and no negligence. It’s just an everyday common occurance and you don’t get paid for that anymore than witnessing a traffic accident where someone’s head is severed.
If i went to a circus and for some reason an elephant or lion decides to go on a rampage and has to be shot I can’t sue for “emotional distress”. I’ve noticed that a lot of people have a distorted idea about what you can sucessfully sue for.

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Uncle Elmer August 7, 2011 at 06:38

CyclotronMajesty August 6, 2011 at 16:36

@ Uncle Elmer,

The manosphere did not miss that. I heard about it. It isn’t really news to me though about the sperm. Chinese thinkers have long regarded sperm as very valuable and priceless in many ways. Chinese Medicine also see’s it’s importance. Western doctors I guess are now catching up. But western society obviously is still too bigoted and matriarchal to cope with it psychologically.

———————————————————-

Yet Japanese porn videos of those perfect young women (who look like they were vacuum-injected) performing various acts with buckets of sperm are unbearable to watch. I just wanna see their lovely feminine forms without the bizarre sperm fetish or gangs of ugly-ass dudes piling on. Don’t understand what possible market there is for that kind of thing.

At least the connection between sperm dosage and women’s sense of well-being explains feminist humorlessness. I always found lesbians to be a cranky bunch, and this goes a long way towards explaining why they are so angry and hardassed. In contrast, gay dudes are known for their light-hearted and cheerful continence.

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Izzey August 7, 2011 at 08:06

I have to add to this.
The woman also says “I just want to check my purse” (He brought the purse she left behind back to the line) Like, after all that ‘trauma’ the man inflicted on her…. he was going to rob her shitty little purse too, and then bring it back to the line.

On another note,
@Anonymous- Aug. 6 10:33 (“deadbeats”)
I went to that link, and watched it twice.

Notice the first man’s joy at winning something. The participation of everyone so happy for him…the press, the hoopla…
Adrenaline flowing, and then the total shock of finding out why he was really there. The whole scene almost ‘feels’ like you are told you won the lottery…but then you are told someone you love dearly…just died.

The mind and body are not made to interpret these conflicting emotions so quickly, for some people. His face, his body language, all tell the story. And it took all those men to put handcuffs on him? You can see he was in shock, and I thought he might actually faint. He said, “I’m not resisting” Yet they all gathered ’round like he was going to try to run.

Then the woman…how kind they were to her, hand on her hand, almost coddling her. But then, she was in no distress…like it was not a big deal, but she had some responsibilities to take care of and had brought someone with her. But if appearances count for anything…she looks like she’s ‘been around the block’ a few times. No big deal.

Today there was another link for this-

http://rivals.yahoo.com/ncaa/football/blog/dr_saturday/post/-8216-Operation-Iron-Snare-8217-lures-wanted?urn=ncaaf-wp4586

Izzey

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Mothergoose August 7, 2011 at 08:15

And that was just a silly horse sagging to its knees! Imagine how she’ll react when the USA feral govt. finally sags to its knees!

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Norm August 7, 2011 at 08:28

I’m sure the horse will be suffering from emotional problems for years to come, not from falling down, but listening to that screeching woman.

Slightly off topic. In Edmonton, Alberta a 17 year old teen girl’s identity has been made public because she was having sex and not telling her partners. She should be locked up for life. A week earlier, a man with HIV in Quebec was given a dangerous offender status( which means you stay in jail for life) for having unprotected sex and not telling his partners either. He deserved what he got, but shouldn’t the girl be given the same.

http://home.mytelus.com/telusen/portal/NewsChannel.aspx?ArticleID=news/capfeed/national/7714209.xml&CatID=National

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Izzey August 7, 2011 at 08:43

@Norm.

One word..
YES

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crella August 7, 2011 at 08:50

My mother was like this. Not that she’s gone, she just doesn’t have the oomph to put on these displays anymore, at nearly 80.

Whenever we had a death in the family, or someone got sick, we had to scrape her off the floor before we could deal with the crisis at hand. We all had to be focused on her first. Anyone got the flu, I had to take care of them, because she was so delicate she couldn’t be around anyone barfing without barfing herself, and I have a cast iron stomach :-D Complete and utter panic and histrionics, like horse lady. I remember deciding at around age 5 that she was not dependable and I better resolve to step up in a crisis….I was in kindergarten (!) and I remember obsessing on how I was going to get my sibs out if there was a fire, how I would save the dog etc if my father wasn’t home when something happened. I became hyper-vigilant and nervous for most of grade school. I figured if she was in charge my ass was grass…..

It takes energy to throw tantrums like that. I think it’s a way for these crazy broads to get rid of excess energy. Women who don’t exercise, don’t have a hobby, they have these massive fits and get rid of all their stress. Now that she’s 80 and MIL, who’s the same type of hysteric personality, has hit 85 things have calmed down and they rarely display more than fleeting anger or panic. Some days they make up for it with crying jags about how they’re going to die (we all are, my dears…..), a PITA but much easier to deal with than the hysterics. Pity parties don’t have the consequences that the hysterics do.

As long as women behave like this, and justify it, they have no business saying they’re qualified to be President, or CEO. If they can’t control their own emotions, how are they going to control anything else? If they want to be really equal, then they have to put on their big girl panties and graduate from Scarlett O’Harahood. You can’t have it both ways.

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mananon August 7, 2011 at 10:29

OT…

A quick heads-up to Sir Tim Berners-Lee, inventor of the World Wide Web, which is 20 years old today.

It’s hard to imagine life without the web to be honest, and we all owe Sir Tim an immense amount of gratitude for something that we all take for granted. I certainly think the MRM would have a harder time communicating without this technology that has become an integral part of our lives.

Not to forget the American inventors of the Internet of course, but this anniversary is too important to let slip by without a mention.

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Mickey T August 7, 2011 at 12:53

Avenger- RE:02:37

I know most of what you say is true, and the rest I figured to be so. There are two primary reasons why women behave hysterically as this discussion describes. One is to get attention and the other is to manipulate. This incident happened in the frivolous lawsuit capital of (possibly) the world, NYC. And I know NY lawyers and NY women all too well. Although her behavior could very well be for different reasons, it just smacks of lawsuit to me first.

Whatever the reason may be, the point is that we are not at all surprised at the fact that she would try to obtain money in such an absurd way. Why?? Because this slapstick comedy/melodrama world we now live in gives us all, including her, good reason to believe she would or should try.

Women are routinely rewarded for bad behavior. It’s out of control, my friend.

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WGMOW August 7, 2011 at 13:37

@ CyclotronMajesty August 6, 2011 at 11:24: ” what does this mean “Woman Going Men’s Own Way/”

Dude, it means Woman Going My Own Way. As in I’m disgusted with women. Disgusted with feminism, disgusted with their victim mentality, disgusted with their entitlement mentality, their emotionalty, their lack of personal responsibility, their lack of rational thought, their hypocricy, their blatant materialism, etc. etc. That’s why I advocate for Mens’ Rights. If you don’t get it, that’s OK, I’m going my own way and really don’t care about your opinion.

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Lara August 7, 2011 at 16:18

crella,
Scarlett O’Hara would have never acted like that.

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GT66 August 7, 2011 at 16:37

I’m surprised that everyone missed the fact that this fat ass was more than happy to let this horse pull her and her family around (I won’t insult the man and boy since they were largely calm and rational). If she was so upset at the inhumane treatment of these horses, why was she willing to ride in the carriage in the first place?

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Boxer August 7, 2011 at 20:12

Ha Ha Ha Ha! This is hilarious. What a dumb bitch.

American women used to be made of sterner stuff. They also used to be comfortable around horses. What a sad, lazy lot they’ve devolved into.

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DCM August 8, 2011 at 03:19

“Avenger August 7, 2011 at 02:37
…..I’ve noticed that a lot of people have a distorted idea about what you can sucessfully sue for.
……”

That’s because of all the preposterous lawsuits that have been filed an won because of judicial jackasses.
The political, in-group, and bribery dimensions aren’t usually visible to the average person.

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Quartermain August 8, 2011 at 05:17

Theresa Shaver – She who inflicts massive humor upon herself.

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Mickey T August 8, 2011 at 08:57

So, let’s say little miss tatood fat obnoxious screamer decides her chances of succeeding in obtaining any substantial awards by suing, tries a different approach:

(possible) NY Times front page story:

“Woman saves her child from almost certain death by trampling, by an out of control raging beast…………….without regard for her own safety, she throws herself between the rampaging animal and her small helpless child………….. ”

Maybe she’ll enjoy more rewards in tv appearances and book deals etc.

She’ll describe how she had to scream her lungs out in order to divert the beast’s attention away from her defenseless son, while some MAN tried to stop her. Imagine how all the girls will be gushing over her, while all agreeing that men are nothing more than loathsome and worthless creatures.

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Mickey T August 8, 2011 at 09:28

Forgot the article title.

“WONDER WOMAN OF CENTRAL PARK; Another incredibly heroic deed performed by one of today’s new breed of woman.”

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Ken August 8, 2011 at 10:24

Not surprising at all….
I’ve seen a very similar display by a woman after a minor traffic fenderbender (where no one was hurt). Amazing…and everyone else is supposed to “take it”. If I acted like this woman did I’d be locked up for a psych eval!

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Eric August 8, 2011 at 12:40

Boxer:
I literally know of female ancestors of mine who survived Indian attacks back in frontier times. One story was that the cabin was surrounded and the wife was guarding the younger children with a musket and fixed bayonet while the other girls were loading the rifles for the men. An Indian was crawling through the back window and the wife didn’t see him; one of the 12 y/o girls did, grabbed an iron skillet and brained him good before he got inside.

Nowadays, American women would either have hysterical meltdowns; or else they’d find they idea of being beaten, raped, and dragged off a teepee appealling!

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MissMarie August 8, 2011 at 13:57

Absolutely ridiculous. I’ve ridden/had horses for more than 10 years, and if she were truly concerned about the animal, that was NOT the way to go about it. If the horse was spooked the correct action would have been to calmly get herself and her family off the carriage and quietly wait while the driver assessed the horse’s condition. Furthermore, since the horse was not injured, hooking back up and getting back to work was the best thing to do; if the horse had been taken back to the stable he probably would’ve learned that either (a)His job is scary, and when he overreacts in a scary situation he gets to go home, or (b)All he needs to go home is to throw a fit/throw himself on the ground, depending upon the individual animal’s personality. That woman is a disgrace to humankind.

Side note: Racehorses as a whole do not bite more than any other horse, even the stallions. You just hear about it more as that’s the most common contact non-horse people have with horses and the bad actors get talked about much more than the good.

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Royce Geist August 8, 2011 at 22:15
Royce Geist August 8, 2011 at 22:17

Appropriate video response:

Barbra Walters interviews Sean Connery on slapping women

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3FgMLROTqJ0

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Eoghan August 9, 2011 at 10:06

Horse was probably spooked because it knew it had a loo-la in its carriage.

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J August 9, 2011 at 20:38

A woman that can handle a horse might be a keeper.

I can not only ride and jump a horse, but I can wash, fed, groom and administer medicine and first aid to them. I have even saved the lives of two horses by contolling arterial bleeding from barbed wire cuts until the vet stitched them up.

I’m taken though. ;-)

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Avenger August 13, 2011 at 05:04

Actually, Chinese women see sperm as a source of power — a sort of mana

That’s what I tell all of my women and also add that in horse breeding it’s the stallion who gets the stud fee and that I’m keeping an account of the fees they owe me :)

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