QUOTE (Caryn Rogosky @ Feb 22 2012, 03:18 PM)
A lie is a lie is a lie, and no matter how many times it is repeated, it does not magically turn into the truth. Disclaimers are used as an attempt to protect against law suits for libel or slander. When someone is telling the truth they have not committed libel or slander...and don't need to be protected from lawsuits. Professionals such as accountants and attorneys use disclaimers because they are operating on information provided to them by their clients as opposed to.first hand information. Kelly Gobla is not an accountant nor an attorney -- nor was she stating second hand information. Her statement was first hand information, something she claimed to experience personally -- but it was a lie, not an opinion. As I've already said, I'm proud to be judged by who my friends are...and by who my enemies are.
I often feelt that some folks dont know the difference between lies and truth. How do you explain your statement
of recent regarding W R Brown, referring you to your 2008 post?
BTW I asked you if you looked into the EAO Herdbook, in particular 1966 breedings and forward.
You have not replied. did you notice anything in particular, should you have searched through them?. I thought this would have been of importance to you and your friend M Lang, concerning Adhem.
You also claim that you are not a researcher etc,etc, but critizied my work since 1995 and never answered my simple questions. Instead you went on with bedtime stories.
I wished you had footnoted the discrepancy in the SOFI rules, and allowed people to make their own choice.
Instead you tried to whitewash, created false hopes and lead into false believes.
Now why did you do this please? Do you realize that this has done so much harm to the horse, has confused many people as well? Did you not appoint yourself as the President of SOFI at one time, or is this information wrong?
As a president one should really have a spotless shirt on, dont you think?
I am a great fan of Simeon Shai, a super stallion with an incredible show record. I truly love this horses and have seen excellent offspring of his as well. I have seen many others carry the mare line which were outstanding and still are.
So what is the problem? Are you not satisfied with her being accepted as an "Asil" mare? to me "Asil" is the highest form of a definition. Did you know that in the desert countries they even grade their camels between "Asil"
"Milkers" and "woolers". If you do know, does this not make you wonder?
I know of many, many "Asil" horses of excellence, just thinking of the Davenports, Doyles etc. Am I wrong by feeling that "Asil" means less to you and the horses mentioned -Davenports,Doyles, are of lesser quality or repute, which means many Al Khamsa horses?
If you were to visit other desert countries and see their herds/horses, they go by what is "Asil" or not, I assure you.
If one has seen the megnificent herd of the Marbat Stud,Saudi Arabia one can only be proud to own an "Asil".
these horses carry NO OTHER LABEL, stand on their own meritts. That goes for other bedu tribes too, such as the TAis for example.
I recommend again that this suject is closed to prevent further harm and anger, and let each horse stand on its own meriitt.