On Not Believing In Canada

Discussion in 'Canada' started by alib, Dec 23, 2012.

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  1. On Crooked Timber The Christmas Sermon 2012 – “On Not Believing In Canada”
    The Mounties were always the give away.
  2. "If Canada did not exist, it would be necessary to invent it" - Voltaire
  3. If Canada as an independent entity didn't exist I suppose it would end up as part of America. That would make all states within American by default, including Alberta. In a nutshell, Medicine Hat would end up being American, and that's rather tragic.
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  4. Well, if Canada is a myth, how do you explain these things I've seen? :?

    great-white-north1.jpg Ice Road Truckers.jpg
  5. Isnt Ice Road Truckers American and set in Alaska ? Don't bother Alaska myself , tch boom .
  6. I'm surprised that Argentinian wench hasn't claimed it.
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  7. No not all of it. Part of the series depicts the trials and travails of a jolly band of truckers who move supplies from Alberta. & Saskatchewan into the wilds of wolf-infested Northern Territories. EEEeek! Bears! :omg: :omfg:
  8. [video=youtube;DBpgcZ1zYJs]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBpgcZ1zYJs[/video]

    They're not even a real country anyway.
  9. Of course we are a real country, we even have our own christmas carol.
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  10. The French part isn't a real country tho', bloody Canucks.
  11. We keep them around for the maple syrup, onion soup, and tortier.
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  12. And don't forget the steamed hotdogs, poutine, and nude tabletop dancers. Were it not for those cultural institutions, I would wish that Mount Royal should erupt as soon as possible.
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  13. True, true, how could I forget those cultural highpoints of Francophone Canada.