I am reminded of a fable, http://www.thehuntinglife.com/forums/pub...
a man takes his son to market to buy a donkey, they are walking home and a passer by stops them. You should be riding that donkey and save one set of legs. The man mounts the donkey and sets off. A few miles on and another passer by stops them. You shouldnt be riding the donkey and be letting your young son walk, he is too young. The man dis-mounts, and his son son rides the donkey. A few more miles up the road, and they are stopped again. The passer by says, one of you shouldnt be riding the donkey, you should both be riding it. The man joins his son on the back of the donkey and they set off. Again further down the road and they are stopped. How cruel the passer by states, 2 people riding a donkey is too much for the animal.
The moral of the story:
YOU WILL NEVER PLEASE EVERYBODY
Thats the best thing iv heard in a long while.
Edited by Frank, 25 November 2006 - 09:23 pm.