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#17 - I used to have a pony, if that counts.  [+] (5 new replies) 07/09/2016 on Pokemon For Health +17
#18 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
How are they like in person? I'd guess they're quite intimidating.
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#30 - orangadink (07/09/2016) [-]
This is kinda weird and adorable. I myself have lived in a rural backwoods area all my life amd have never meet another person who hasn't ridden a horse. Well, horses are pack animals, amd like most domestic pack animals they're gonna be craving attention. We've had several dozen horses throughout my life but the last one we had was an Appaloosa (type of horse breed) named jewel. Bassically, my expirience with her was as follows
>wake up in morning
>have to feed horse
>either see her slamming up against barn or running up and down pasture away from nothing

Now, for the record, Appaloosa's are notoriously a dumb breed of horse, At least from my experience

>throw hay into hay feeder we built
>by this time the mear sight of me has set her on a war path
>barralling down the pasture in a fast walk, a bumbling tank of a beast
>pretty much bashes her head into hay feeder and starts eating more and more
>rinse and repeat 2 to 3 times a day

This horse we couldn't ride for a while, she went lame and we just sorta kept her. Bassically a big dog, always wants to be around people, getting real close to you and nuzzling you with her enormous Sarah Jessica Parker face. She didn't do much but eat so she was pretty hefty by the time we got rid of her. She was a total tease to, across from us was a big amish community, who kept their studs (guy horses) in the pasture across the road. All day Jewel would stand with her ass pointed towards them with her tail slightly raised, amd they'd go ape shit. Which was weird cause she was the horse equivalent of a fat white honky, but whatever, I guess that's what black horses like
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#29 - icametocomment (07/09/2016) [-]
She was a lazy brat, but that was mostly our own fault for not training her well.
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#23 - namenotallowed (07/09/2016) [-]
What Val said they aren't really that intimidating at all very friendly and sociable when treated right. I use to raise them at my place and they would blast up to the gate so they could get pet.
They're more dependent than you'd think honestly. Puppies who have no concept of their own size.
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#19 - valourinfj (07/09/2016) [-]
Horses aren't that intimidating although, when you're trying to break one to ride it, hoping that it doesn't stomp your face is in your thoughts no matter how good you are at it. Once they become tame they're just tall dogs.
#15 - Is it worth getting Go if you live out in a rural area like me…  [+] (17 new replies) 07/09/2016 on Pokemon For Health +37
#84 - classlessfaggot (07/09/2016) [-]
I split time between a small town and a suburb, and I'm actually closer to stops and gyms in the small town, pretty much every church is one or the other, same with parks, and the fire station is both.
#68 - shadeymuffin (07/09/2016) [-]
I live in a 200 pop village in Scotland with nothing but fields for miles and I am catching quite a lot of pokemon. For me I get more encounters walking along roads than going off course into fields.

The big downside of rural areas are the lack of pokestops and gyms, not the worst problem but can be annoying if you run low on supplies.
#64 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
Possible but low chances. Take your phone with you when you go shopping. Found several in a Walmart
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#55 - ivehadworse (07/09/2016) [-]
Probably, probably not. I live pretty much in an area you are describing. There's a point near my home in an open field that I've effectively claimed. By doing so I'm now the gym leader of an entire area with no resistance. I've held onto it since day one with no resistance from anyone. I've collected tons of rewards for "defending" my point.
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#24 - yologdog (07/09/2016) [-]
You can buy in game incense which makes pokemon appear more frequently anywhere anytime. Go out for a ten minute walk and you'll probably catch a good 2-4 pokemon

Pokestops, however, are a different matter and are currently the only way to gain items besides leveling up or buying them with money. Pokestops are based on Niantic's portal database for Ingress, which is currently not receiving new requests for more locations.

However, people bitching and moaning about not being able to play the game. That coupled with how well Pokemon Go is doing, there's no doubt in my mind They're going to update the game for more Pokestops.

Just keep your area in mind when the start accepting suggestions for map updates. If there are specific fields, statues, rock formations, road markers, hiking routes, ect, ect... Because Niantic is frantic with how well the game is doing, they'll be looking to expand.
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#20 - clasp (07/09/2016) [-]
If you idle it there's always a chance imo. I live in a rural area and I have caught quite a few just by idiling in power save mode while doing other stuff in the meantime.
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#26 - yologdog (07/09/2016) [-]
Are you saying I can run into pokemon by doing nothing around my house?
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#27 - clasp (07/09/2016) [-]
Yes. Although moving/driving what have you has a much higher rate of catching them.
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#28 - yologdog (07/09/2016) [-]
I've been out and about doing that for the past couple hours. I just want to relax and play a different game for a while. but if I can still catch a monster while doin something else then im in.
#53 - toohntown (07/09/2016) [-]
i play vidya with my phone plugged in running pokemon go next to me. during down time ill catch any pokemon that spawn (only happens every now and then)
#16 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
Have you ever seen a horse?
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#17 - icametocomment (07/09/2016) [-]
I used to have a pony, if that counts.
#18 - anon (07/09/2016) [-]
How are they like in person? I'd guess they're quite intimidating.
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#30 - orangadink (07/09/2016) [-]
This is kinda weird and adorable. I myself have lived in a rural backwoods area all my life amd have never meet another person who hasn't ridden a horse. Well, horses are pack animals, amd like most domestic pack animals they're gonna be craving attention. We've had several dozen horses throughout my life but the last one we had was an Appaloosa (type of horse breed) named jewel. Bassically, my expirience with her was as follows
>wake up in morning
>have to feed horse
>either see her slamming up against barn or running up and down pasture away from nothing

Now, for the record, Appaloosa's are notoriously a dumb breed of horse, At least from my experience

>throw hay into hay feeder we built
>by this time the mear sight of me has set her on a war path
>barralling down the pasture in a fast walk, a bumbling tank of a beast
>pretty much bashes her head into hay feeder and starts eating more and more
>rinse and repeat 2 to 3 times a day

This horse we couldn't ride for a while, she went lame and we just sorta kept her. Bassically a big dog, always wants to be around people, getting real close to you and nuzzling you with her enormous Sarah Jessica Parker face. She didn't do much but eat so she was pretty hefty by the time we got rid of her. She was a total tease to, across from us was a big amish community, who kept their studs (guy horses) in the pasture across the road. All day Jewel would stand with her ass pointed towards them with her tail slightly raised, amd they'd go ape shit. Which was weird cause she was the horse equivalent of a fat white honky, but whatever, I guess that's what black horses like
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#29 - icametocomment (07/09/2016) [-]
She was a lazy brat, but that was mostly our own fault for not training her well.
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#23 - namenotallowed (07/09/2016) [-]
What Val said they aren't really that intimidating at all very friendly and sociable when treated right. I use to raise them at my place and they would blast up to the gate so they could get pet.
They're more dependent than you'd think honestly. Puppies who have no concept of their own size.
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#19 - valourinfj (07/09/2016) [-]
Horses aren't that intimidating although, when you're trying to break one to ride it, hoping that it doesn't stomp your face is in your thoughts no matter how good you are at it. Once they become tame they're just tall dogs.
#61 - He wasn't even supposed to get that far. He was meant to be a …  [+] (1 new reply) 07/08/2016 on Roman and Neo. 0
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#62 - ryuggu (07/08/2016) [-]
any source on that? He was a leader of a gang the fire lady and some others worked with/for him. I don't get why he was supposed to be 1 episode villain.
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#36 - I'd also hazard a guess that he hasn't been near a bathtub in … 07/02/2016 on Slang +4
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