I want to lay my mule down. What are your thoughts?
Do not lay your mule down. It’s not for for them. It’s bad on their spines. They’re not meant for us to ride them anyways, much less try and stand up with us on their back. Don’t be doing it.
This one comes from Mary. Mary asks, I want to lay my mule down. What are your thoughts and what do we mean by laying the mule down?
Steve, number one, do not lay your meal down. Folks, let me get this in your head. When they’re laying down, their intestines and this sort of thing don’t work like they should. I know it’s a big deal for a lot of the people that you want to lay your meal down, and the real it’s cute. And you go get them. Listen, their spines are not meant for us to be on their back to start with. And then when they get up, they have a tough time getting up whether you’re on their back or not. And I know of two mules that ended up having serious shoulder and back problems because they went to get up with their owners and they had a problem anyway. It was pretty serious. Don’t do that, folks. It’s not necessary to teach one to lay down. Why did they lay them down? They laid him down back when the cowboy was riding them, so there was their protection away from being shot at. Folks, it’s not good for your meal to be laying them down. And believe me, I’m going to talk to Dr. Robert Miller. Him and I are going to put together an article about it.
It is not good for them, folks. It’s bad on their spines. They’re not meant for us to ride them anyway. But we need to write them correctly and especially laying them down. Don’t be doing it.