Step 1: Go to your bank and withdraw $500 or the balance of your account, whichever is greater. Small bills are better.
Step 2: Take your cash home and carry it to your backyard.
Step 3: Carefully arrange your bills in a pile on the ground. This is why you want small bills -- it makes a bigger pile.
Step 4: Sprinkle the pile liberally with diesel fuel.
Step 5: Drop a match into the center of the pile.
Step 6: As you watch your money burn, carefully evaluate your feelings.
If: you are bothered by the sight of your hard-earned cash being incinerated before your eyes for no apparent reason, you are not ready to be a horse owner.
If: you find yourself undisturbed by the sudden and unexpected disappearance of your money and maybe, in fact, you even giggle a little and dance around the flames, congratulations: you will make an excellent horse owner! You have no emotional attachment to your liquid assets and will remain calm when asked to part with most or all of it on a regular basis. Head on over to DreamHorse now!
|That's a pretty big smile -- obviously a seasoned owner!|