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    That's literal...

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    Huummm. I am wondering if the horses have both been trained to do ON COMMAND tail wags to indicate Left and right turns?

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    New meaning to tail light

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    Huummm. I am wondering if the horses have both been trained to do ON COMMAND tail wags to indicate Left and right turns?
    Putting on the hazard lites could be interesting

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    Hope they have enough strength to lift that lot when its time...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by jatt View Post
    Putting on the hazard lites could be interesting
    The hazard lights would be pointing down to the street. (watch your step)...

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    It seems it would be a whole lot easier to fit the officers with illuminated jackets

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nick79 View Post
    It seems it would be a whole lot easier to fit the officers with illuminated jackets
    If so then when officers r in pub someone could run into the back of the horses.


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