When, in a debate or argument, someone drags out <B>several</B> issues that happened quite some time ago and have been discussed ad nausium, ad infinitum, to the point were said arguments have become tired clichés (ie: many dead horses).

Th term is a parallel to Stephen King's Pet Cemetery, except with dead horses instead of pets, which keep rising from the grave for a fresh round of beatings.
Every time he has a complaint, he brings out the dead horse cemetery for another round of beatings, because he's butt hurt about things that happened 5 years ago.
by Obsidius February 22, 2008

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