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Shoeing v. To fill in.

A shoeing is a well administered and carefully conducted physical assault on the enemy / whoever that at no times exceeds the reasonable use of force that a particular circumstance warrants.

A well executed assault that falls well within the reasonable use of force parameters, as agreed in court by milky handed 250K a year lawyers, is described as a "right shoeing"

What constitutes an Excessive Shoeing is still being debated in The Hague by a bunch of Chardonnay drinking, bree munching guardianistas ... so expect a decision that a slap on the wrist is too much fairly soon!

Right shoeings in history

  • Battle of Agincourt
  • Retreat from Moscow
  • Franco-Prussian War
  • Battle of the Frontiers 1914
  • Battle of France 1940
  • First Indo-China War
  • Senegal 1 France 0
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