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Last weekend, a woman allegedly A horse and buggy has been stolenFrom outside a Walmart store in Michigan. It turns out, legally, she would’ve been much better off Theft of an automobile — not only would the getaway be a lot easier, but the charges against her would be far, far lower.
But in much of the United States, horse theft is no longer a common pastime — we have cars for that now, you see. So FiveLiters1Perhaps a master car burglar You can also find out more about the following:, proposed what might have been going through the alleged thief’s head when she took the reins:
Google tells me most buggy-pulling horses are draft horses rather than mustangs. It is not clear how to get there. tell me how to tell one from another when it’s covered in saddles and towing hardware. Maybe this alleged theft was a similar situation. She went looking for a Mustang but found something else. You can also find out more about the following: Be one. How’s she to know the difference between a Ford and a Fjord?
I can only hope, for the sake the bit, that the horse in question had already been named Eleanor. It doesn’t seem like an entirely unreasonable name for an Amish horse to have — it’s not Braxlynn or anything — and it would just be too good for the horse to share a name with the most famously stolen Mustang in cinematic history.
Congratulations to FiveLiters1 on winning the Comment of The Day award. I only ask that you use your horse-vehicle-differentiation skills for good, and do not go after my BMW Gelande-Strasse when you mean to steal a gelding.