Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 2nd Mar 2010 14:04 UTC
SkyOS Over the past couple of months, I've been getting a number of emails asking me about SkyOS' status. Since I didn't know anything beyond what's on the SkyOS website, and because, well, I have no affiliation with SkyOS, I couldn't really reply to these emails. However, after yet another email sent to me late last week, I decided to simply... Email Robert Szeleney, the man behind the project.
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"Horse's Mouth"
by jjackamire on Tue 2nd Mar 2010 18:39 UTC
jjackamire
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2010-01-28

Sorry for off topic.

From horse racing and betting: getting the highest opinion on a horse or race conditions in order to make a winning bet involved seeking out the highest authority.... none higher than the horse itself, hence the expression.

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RE: "Horse's Mouth"
by syadnom on Wed 3rd Mar 2010 04:11 in reply to ""Horse's Mouth""
syadnom Member since:
2010-03-03

This isnt really accurate. Classically, a horse's age and health were determined by looking in it's mouth at its teeth. So to get the most accurate story about a horse's condition you would simply open its mouth, there fore you get it straight from the horses mouth. I grew up on a Horse ranch and we bred horses.

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