Horseporn: You Can Watch Mine That Bird S**t To Your Heart’s Content
Somewhere in Ohio, Dee Mirich is firing up her dial-up and smiling. Before you know it, Sweet Dee will be watching 24-hour, nonstop coverage of 2009 Kentucky Derby-winning horse Mine That Bird hanging out in his stall at Santa Anita…all while finger-banging herself.
Come on, you know it’s true.
In a move that will surely send shock waves through the obsessive, multiple cat-owning, shut-in horse racing fans the world over, Oak Tree Racing Association has decided to live-stream coverage of Mine That Bird’s day-to-day, hour-to-hour, oat-to-oat activities during his preparations for the Goodwood Stakes race on Saturday. Let’s take a look at the action.
Wow. Look at that action. Compelling. But I guess you have to watch the live-stream, which is updated about every minute or so to real absorb all that is happening.
And did you notice the title: Horseland Security? Hi-larious! It’s like Homeland Security but with horses. Or something.
Now, if you’ll excuse me, I have some Mine That Bird goodness to watch.
You can watch Mine That Bird 24 hours a day [The Fabulous Forum]
Time For Another Dee Mirich Poetry Jam [Deadspin]