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Re: The Election

Post by FREMONT » Thu Nov 10, 2016 12:18 pm

Westview wrote:Apparently after the election results confirmed that Trump has won, Canada's immigration website crashed due to traffic surge.
http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/canada-s-i ... -1.3152744

As a Canadian, I welcome with open arms all Americans who are planning to move here now that Trump is President, please bring your MRE's with you :)
I've heard that Canadian immigration policy is tough for Americans to become citizens. Is it true? Such a crazy over-reaction for my fellow countrymen and women to joke/attempt to revoke their citizenship's just because the person they voted for didn't win the general election.

Something tells me PM Trudeau might want to build a wall now and make the USA pay for it :mrgreen:

And with this influx of American immigrants they'll hog all of the Tim Horton's, poutine and trade the remainder of your military's IMP's to Blackdogbob!
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Re: The Election

Post by Westview » Thu Nov 10, 2016 1:35 pm

FREMONT wrote:
Westview wrote:Apparently after the election results confirmed that Trump has won, Canada's immigration website crashed due to traffic surge.
http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/canada-s-i ... -1.3152744

As a Canadian, I welcome with open arms all Americans who are planning to move here now that Trump is President, please bring your MRE's with you :)
I've heard that Canadian immigration policy is tough for Americans to become citizens. Is it true? Such a crazy over-reaction for my fellow countrymen and women to joke/attempt to revoke their citizenship's just because the person they voted for didn't win the general election.

Something tells me PM Trudeau might want to build a wall now and make the USA pay for it :mrgreen:

And with this influx of American immigrants they'll hog all of the Tim Horton's, poutine and trade the remainder of your military's IMP's to Blackdogbob!
I'm not sure how tough the Canadian immigration policy is towards Americans, but I assume the policy is the same for everyone regardless of which country they're coming from. Here's a link to a Toronto newspaper article about this very topic... https://www.thestar.com/news/immigratio ... -told.html

You're all welcome to come, but you'll be required to say the word 'eh' every so often in a conversation, and follow our example of apologizing to everyone even if something is not your fault lol. Along with Tim Horton's and poutine, we also treasure our maple syrup! But who knows? Maybe a mix of Canadian and American culture can be a good thing, we invented hockey so our culture can't be that bad :wink:

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Re: The Election

Post by Name_not_found » Thu Nov 10, 2016 1:53 pm

Gotta find the poutine ration! and believe it or not i saw a Tim Horton coming soon here in USA
Westview wrote:
FREMONT wrote:
Westview wrote:Apparently after the election results confirmed that Trump has won, Canada's immigration website crashed due to traffic surge.
http://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/canada-s-i ... -1.3152744

As a Canadian, I welcome with open arms all Americans who are planning to move here now that Trump is President, please bring your MRE's with you :)
I've heard that Canadian immigration policy is tough for Americans to become citizens. Is it true? Such a crazy over-reaction for my fellow countrymen and women to joke/attempt to revoke their citizenship's just because the person they voted for didn't win the general election.

Something tells me PM Trudeau might want to build a wall now and make the USA pay for it :mrgreen:

And with this influx of American immigrants they'll hog all of the Tim Horton's, poutine and trade the remainder of your military's IMP's to Blackdogbob!
I'm not sure how tough the Canadian immigration policy is towards Americans, but I assume the policy is the same for everyone regardless of which country they're coming from. Here's a link to a Toronto newspaper article about this very topic... https://www.thestar.com/news/immigratio ... -told.html

You're all welcome to come, but you'll be required to say the word 'eh' every so often in a conversation, and follow our example of apologizing to everyone even if something is not your fault lol. Along with Tim Horton's and poutine, we also treasure our maple syrup! But who knows? Maybe a mix of Canadian and American culture can be a good thing, we invented hockey so our culture can't be that bad :wink:
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Re: The Election

Post by jfko6 » Thu Nov 10, 2016 5:37 pm

A nod to Donnie and his presidency. Let's help make America great again. And espouse higher values the nation must rest upon. Hillary was ethically challenged. A new election map shows Donnie dominated 90% of the map. Hillary got the major municipalities.

Some MRE's do not always meet desirability standards IMHO and am sure others can attest. Like night and day together we can make MRE's great again and know Hillary won't be collecting revenues that go into the development of our beloved meals. Think about that, brothers.

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Re: The Election

Post by noderaser » Fri Nov 11, 2016 12:44 am

Name_not_found wrote:Gotta find the poutine ration! and believe it or not i saw a Tim Horton coming soon here in USA
There are already some located "south of the border"; in Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and West Virginia.
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Re: The Election

Post by ADKGuy85 » Fri Nov 11, 2016 1:23 pm

noderaser wrote:
Name_not_found wrote:Gotta find the poutine ration! and believe it or not i saw a Tim Horton coming soon here in USA
There are already some located "south of the border"; in Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and West Virginia.
Our poutine in NY isn't as good as it is in Canada. :D

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Re: The Election

Post by Westview » Fri Nov 11, 2016 1:45 pm

ADKGuy85 wrote:
noderaser wrote:
Name_not_found wrote:Gotta find the poutine ration! and believe it or not i saw a Tim Horton coming soon here in USA
There are already some located "south of the border"; in Connecticut, Indiana, Kentucky, Maine, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and West Virginia.
Our poutine in NY isn't as good as it is in Canada. :D
Our poutine is often imitated but never duplicated :mrgreen:
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Gravy: It must be beef gravy, not chicken or pork, and it should be piping hot so it can melt the cheese curds

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Re: The Election

Post by jfko6 » Sun Nov 13, 2016 9:21 am

An ode to Leonard Cohen who passed this week; the creator of the original song.

"Hillary Clinton (Kate McKinnon) performs Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah.'"

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Re: The Election

Post by prado67 » Thu Nov 17, 2016 3:43 pm

Oil is found in the Arctic. Not for long now to bloody regime of penguins to torment the people!
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Re: The Election

Post by BlackDogBob » Tue Nov 22, 2016 1:39 pm

[quote="Name_not_found"]Gotta find the poutine ration! and believe it or not i saw a Tim Horton coming soon here in USA


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