Thursday, September 18, 2014

Spare Some Change for a Few Horses...

uh, I know it is getting really messy in here.  I am thinking of making all of this stuff like the New York Times front page.  You know, like one big whopping ad page.  Still gathering facts and trying to believe them.

Tiny Group Freedom, Change for a Few Horses
peta and green are not mutual in interests

"All of the railings black against the light, 
Early cars cold, and tired eyes. 
Workaday, workaday, 
Carriages of the night cry by. "--Carriages / Tiny Ruins lyrics

The Fox Video de blasio taking the reigns is easily shareable via twitter, facebook and embedded.  Interesting fact, real estate developers are co founders of the bill banning horse drawn carriages.

Get more involved in what the state legislature is doing in the current session.


Tiny Group Freedom does not belong to 2014; make it a thing of the past.

bubblegumvision w canva.com alice walker quote  ❥ creative commons
(Photo : Flickr / MShades) 


Readying for a Change Because of Those Who Voted for Him


The mayor stated that as mayor he was entitled to run red lights.



I'm readying for a push because Animal Rights Voters League voted for me...they withdrew their vote from that woman, what's her name, the one that stood up for the carriage horses and their tradition in New York City.--emphasis and modification provided for truth's sake --September 12, 2014

I for one would like to take a time lapse of anything the current mayor has done as a public advocate or mayor.  If there has been anything done it is for the 52% of 23% of New York City voters.  Wow!  I have lived in this city all my life and I have never heard anything but joy coming from Central Park over the horses.  Surely just like a mal-performing construction site, or mal-performing crane, if such abuse was present New Yorkers would report the singular case and it would be corrected.

Do you drink milk?  Think of the milk mustaches campaign.  I don't.  Cows are Working animals.  They have rights too!  I want the mayor to make sure that cows' rights are protected under New York City law!!!



"The life of a carriage horse on New York City streets is extremely difficult and life threatening, and the ASPCA has long believed that carriage horses were never meant to live and work in today’s urban setting." ~American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

"The life of a [police] horse on New York City streets is extremely difficult and life threatening, and the ASPCA has long believed that [police] horses were never meant to live and work in today’s urban setting." ~American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

"The life of a [police dog] on New York City streets is extremely difficult and life threatening, and the ASPCA has long believed that [police dogs] were never meant to live and work in today’s urban setting." ~American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

"The life of a [seeing eye dog] on New York City streets is extremely difficult and life threatening, and the ASPCA has long believed that [seeing eye dogs] were never meant to live and work in today’s urban setting." ~American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

"The life of a [non-smoker] on New York City streets is extremely difficult and life threatening, and [no city department or deputy or health director or organization] has stood up for them or has long believed that non-smokers were never meant to live and work in todar’s urban setting." ~American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to police horses

"The life of a [pedestrian] on New York City streets is extremely difficult and life threatening, and [no city department or deputy or health director or organization] has stood up for them or has long believed that pedestrians were never meant to live and work in today’s urban setting." ~American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Pedestrians

"The life of all city dwellers on New York City streets is extremely difficult and life threatening, and [no city department or deputy or health director or organization] has stood up for them or has long believed that city dwellers were never meant to live and work in today’s urban setting." ~American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to City Dwellers


#NewYorkCityhorsecarriagesrights

Should one very small group be allowed to terrorize the rest of us?  
If they are a group and they let their candidate know, yes.  
You have to form groups at the State level now.  
You have to fight the City.  
Isn't that amazing?

bubblegumvision created this at www.canva.com
the inspiration coming from an american manifesto
A couple of days back a fellow blogspotter at "An American Manifesto" writes about the merits of Peter Thiel's challenge.  Check it out.  In the above graphic the horse drawn carriage industry or any industry that is under attack by another's beliefs has a remedy.  Beliefs true, not true or you know...
The New York State Horse Counsel Supports the Horse Carriage Industry.  Please support them.
read their statement of support here

Manhattan Chamber of Commerce Supports the Horse Carriage Industry and has produced a series of one minute videos in support.



1) there is a bill to protect the horse carriage industry   


http://www.thehorse.com/articles/33790/legislation-would-protect-n-y-carriage-horse-industry


In the senate the NYPD is now charged with the humane law enforcement issues of the horse drawn carriage industry.   February 2014  here


In 2012 www.nysenate.gov/news/state-senator-calls-horse-drawn-carriage-ban


There is an old bill to ban horse carriages from 2007 brought back into the Senate and Assembly.


Pedestrians and cyclists get run over more than...way more than...horses serving horse carriages

Senator Avella Got Pink (by Peta) when he was a New York City council person.  The artist Pink for peta writes a petition that claims horses suffer from auto exhaust fumes in New York City.  Pink lives in Malibu not New York City.

And what about Pedestrians and Cyclists?  

Over the last 30 years, three horses have died in traffic accidents - in 1985, 1990 and 2006.

NYPD: 16,059 Pedestrians and Cyclists Injured, 178 Killed in Traffic in 2013

Pedestrians and Cyclists should be taken off the street..

Since 1885 the automobile has been mowing people over.

No one saying, Wow daddy oh, automobiles are so yesterday, they are the thing of the past.  



Get Off Your Horses and Dance
#Dance
#Horses
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Honestly, only 80 folks showed up at Gracie Mansion to protest the best use of a horse bred for centuries to ride through Central Park.  Not one of them danced.

Whereas hundreds of Passionate New Yorkers brought music and dance to then Mayor Bloomberg's home for their protest.



Scientists have found that the horses that draw carriages for tourists and lovers of New York City are in best use.  One real estate agency declared best use for the stables was condos.  --Hold your horses  This article received over 200 shares in Facebook.

He just dictated the horse drawn carriage industry is gone, forget it.  Let them eat cake.  It is as if he doesn't know what a New Yorker is made out of.

Mr. deBlasio's actions toward the horse drawn carriage industry and their substantial supporters is a déjà vu of Mayor Bloomberg's just for a few view.  Neither view did very well in their delimiting of the people of New York City and the people who really own New York City, the world.

I looked at the mishmash of anti horse drawn carriage petitions.  First off petitions that started in 2007 are useless along with their double and triple entries.  Do they have purpose?  I could not find it.

Lea Michelle by Peta is from the Bronx.  She has performed on Broadway since the age of 8 years.  Her father is a real estate agent.  She speaks against the mistreatment of Horse Drawn Carriages for Peta.  Her photoshoot for Peta here

I cannot believe only 80 people voted for Mr. DeBlasio.  I was under the impression 52% of 23% of registered New York City voters committed to him.  Well there you go.