Thursday, April 23, 1992
Imagine you're an old, sick or crippled horse that nobody wants anymore. Your owner takes you to a livestock auction, where you're sold to a "killer buyer" for slaughter. Then, as if being hauled off to Texas or Canada to be turned into horse steaks isn't bad enough, you're loaded into a double decker truck, with barely enough room to stand. There's no room to move, and no food or water for two or three days.
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