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    Re: Should the USA and Canada be one country?

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Grimm View Post
    In other words, the British fought a good fight in 1776 and in 1812 but the US still won both of those wars, and Canada's greatest military victory of all time wasn't even a Canadian victory, but a British one.

    Try reading it.

    Canadians fought that war and you lost.

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    Re: Should the USA and Canada be one country?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fearandloathing View Post
    Try reading it.

    Canadians fought that war and you lost.

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    That's cute that you think Canada fought in a war before Canada even existed. At least it gives you guys something to be proud over, other than hockey and syrup of course. You can't be proud of your bacon, that stuff sucks. I'll stick to American bacon, thanks.

    That story about the girl and her cows was touching, though. I think, to honor that brave young woman, you guys should replace your maple leaf flag with this...




    Your mounties should all ride cows instead of horses too.

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    Re: Should the USA and Canada be one country?

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Grimm View Post
    Hey look at it this way, neighbor. You're already on the habit of hitching your wagon to your colonizers and taking credit for their moral victories, you'll do just fine when your wagon is hitched to the Americans.
    Speaking of which, John Paul Jones was a Scotsman.

    As for Canadia

    Don't work out, work in.

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    Re: Should the USA and Canada be one country?

    Quote Originally Posted by Manc Skipper View Post
    Speaking of which, John Paul Jones was a Scotsman.

    As for Canadia

    Damn, they invented the zipper? Brilliant bastards. If it weren't for them, every American would be fastening up his pants with a shoestring. Thanks, Canada. Every time I take a leak I shall think of you.


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    Re: Should the USA and Canada be one country?

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Grimm View Post
    Canada didn't become a country until 1856.

    You figure it out.
    That's not related to my point.
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    Re: Should the USA and Canada be one country?

    Quote Originally Posted by Fearandloathing View Post
    Try reading it.

    Canadians fought that war and you lost.

    Thanks for playing. Have a nice life
    So what? Would you care to try that again or something? Is that your point, because it's the only point you have; and a bad one at that.
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    Re: Should the USA and Canada be one country?

    Quote Originally Posted by American View Post
    That's not related to my point.
    Well if Canada didn't exist until 1876, how could they have defeated us in 1776 and 1812?

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    Re: Should the USA and Canada be one country?

    Quote Originally Posted by Peter Grimm View Post
    Well if Canada didn't exist until 1876, how could they have defeated us in 1776 and 1812?
    He was only 100 years off.
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    Re: Should the USA and Canada be one country?

    Quote Originally Posted by tres borrachos View Post
    Should the USA and Canada be one country?

    No.

    But I do appreciate that they gave the world hockey.
    That's the only thing I have against them. Well, that and Celine Dion.
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