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Old 08-21-2003, 02:32 PM   #11
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lol...Tim..thanks man...at least our money may get replaced with real money and crossing the border gets a little easier.

But ah, last time the US tried to mess with Canada...we burned down the White House

Ya ya 1812...whatever
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You remember what the Japanese did to us? We won the war...but they got us back with all the rice

You may have burned the White House...but we will annex you. Lol.
Never happen. Quebec just likes to blow steam. They would be too afraid of being surrounded by hostile English-speaking states and provinces! Only place to run is north onto the ice shelf.
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I thought that'* what Canada is now?
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I got a skidoo and in iglo... but the skidoo is for winter and the iglo is a band name for a winter tent... I still have 4-5months of summer..
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Despite the rumours surrounding our 4 seasons. winter, winter winter and construction, its actually quite nice. One of the cleanest safest metropolitan cosmopolitan cities on this continent (TO). And lots of roaming space, one out of any city centre, its vast expanses of nothing.

The US would benefit greatly from the people, geography and topography or what we have here, but, like Tim said...never gonna happen
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As a visitor from the Peoples Republic of MN to the GTA, I can say that the weather was quite comfortable. As for the U.* benefiting from the geography, that'* questionable. There'* no doubt about benefits from people and topography.
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Despite the rumours surrounding our 4 seasons. winter, winter winter and construction, its actually quite nice.
LOL.... so true... so true....
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Is the "Construction" season an import from Canada? We used to have Summer...but now I think it'* "Construction". Must have come over from Windsor
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Minnesota seasons are like this: Winter, Sloppy, muddy and dirty(spring), mosquito season(summer) and then Autumn. Autumn is by far the best season, the weather is perfect and no bugs!
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