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2012-10-03 01:48:12 PM  
We will only accept your most flexable, nimble females.
 
2012-10-03 01:48:28 PM  

skinink: If Romney wins, I'll spend a week at the skankiest strip club on St. Catherines Street.


Me too! Then again, I live in Montreal.
 
2012-10-03 01:49:14 PM  

kpaxoid: When I moved from Canada to the U.S., I inadvertently raised the average IQ of both countries.


You might have to explain that joke to some Americans.

Bruce Springsteen's Next Tour Stop: Unless I'm misremembering their 'must have' list.

1) Can you milk a moose?
2) Can you drink 24 beers and still cook one pound of back bacon without burning yourself?
3) Do you love and respect the beaver?
4) Do you find anything Rick Mercer's says to actually be funny?
5) Do you think the Trailer Park boys is actually a documentary?


/6) The Tragically Hip's entire catalogue
//7) RUSH 2112, Hemispheres, & Moving Pictures


If you love Rush you are not necessarily Canadian you are just that "kind of Canadian". In fact, that "kind" of Canadian is more similar to American who loves Rush. All of them should just have their own country.
 
2012-10-03 01:50:13 PM  

Your blog sucks!


Am I doin' it right?

 
2012-10-03 01:52:11 PM  

ZeroCorpse: As a Michigan native, I've been waiting eagerly for the day when my state finally becomes a legal part of Canada. We're practically Canada anyway. Please, just sell Michigan to Canada.


Michigan is much more Canadian than Alberta or BC for instance. Your only slightly less Canadian than Vermont.
 
2012-10-03 01:54:14 PM  

padraig: To all those who say that they'll move to Canada : Canada does not accept every American Tom, Dick and Harry. What makes you think that Canada will LET YOU move to Canada?


But I'm all real nice to all the Quebecois who come to vacation in the summer. And I don't say anything about anyone wearing thongs to go shopping in the Wallmart.
 
2012-10-03 01:55:37 PM  

Cythraul: CapeFearCadaver: I'm moving to Sweden.

There, it's in writing.

Sweden's on a short list of countries that I would immigrate to.


Denmark!

\Canadian
 
2012-10-03 01:56:42 PM  
Canada, you're only getting the people that can't hack it down here so good luck with that
 
2012-10-03 01:56:57 PM  

Hebalo: Adam Baldwin with a Canadian (me) and Jayne in Lego. (Signature reads "Shiny! Let's be bad guys")

[i153.photobucket.com image 640x480]


Please tell me you're professionally a Lego Master.
 
2012-10-03 01:57:24 PM  
I just spent 9 hours in the Foreigner's Police station today solving visa shiat, so I'm getting a kick...

/not really complaining
 
2012-10-03 02:01:37 PM  

Soup4Bonnie: Coo roo coo coo coo coo coo coo!

I'd get in.


I thought they were from the Texas suburbs
 
2012-10-03 02:03:20 PM  

mrshowrules: mightybaldking: mrshowrules:

Let me be clear, love and respect the beaver whether rodent, vagina or child character in 1960's television show. When Canadians here "Wally, weren't you a little hard on the Beaver last night?", we don't laugh or make fun of this because we love the beaver even though we understand the obvious double-entdendre. We think "I hope Wally wasn't to stern with his son and also that he was gentle when penetrating his wife during sex."

Funny, when I hear "Wally, weren't you a little hard on the Beaver last night?" I wonder why Wally is disciplining his brother, and why he was penetrating his mother.

//Not how I remember that show.

LOL. Another epic failure on my part. I meant Ward although my version would be more interesting.


Rule 34
 
2012-10-03 02:04:13 PM  

mrshowrules: ZeroCorpse: As a Michigan native, I've been waiting eagerly for the day when my state finally becomes a legal part of Canada. We're practically Canada anyway. Please, just sell Michigan to Canada.

Michigan is much more Canadian than Alberta or BC for instance. Your only slightly less Canadian than Vermont.


We were part of Canada until 1796; Detroit even sent two representatives to the first assembly for Upper Canada.
 
2012-10-03 02:12:07 PM  

HMS_Blinkin: Sybarite: "[Actor Stephen] Baldwin has been an outspoken detractor of President Obama and gay marriage - calling the latter 'unconstitutional' and once threatening to move to Canada upon the election of the former."

Yeah, moving to a country that has nationally legalized same-sex marriage. That'll show 'em!

This, and

Pocket Ninja: Meh, he'll overlook the nationally legalized same-sex marriage to escape the creeping horrors of socialism, such as nationalized health care and gun restrictions. It's not just about social issues, you know.

That. At least it made sense when liberals threatened to go to Canada in 2004---they'd be moving to a more liberal country which is more in line with their politics. These conservatives would be a lot less happy up there.

/not that I'm discouraging them from leaving the country.


China is their dream land, so conservatives can move there......and not send us any postcards. When Romney loses he'll probably retire to the Cayman Islands.
 
2012-10-03 02:21:43 PM  

TheSteamingPile: please do not. we like to keep as much herp-a-derp south of the border as possible.


Isn't it "racist" and "xenophobic" if you don't want immigrants from south of the border?
 
2012-10-03 02:22:18 PM  
It makes perfect snese for liberals to threaten to move to Canads, but shouldn't no-government conservatives threaten to move to Somalia?

I think that pretty much sums up the direction both parties want to go. Liberals want to turn America into that hellhole Canada, while Cons want to turn us into the free-market paradise of Somalia.
 
2012-10-03 02:35:37 PM  
Good move to Canada. In fact, don't stop there, just keep going north until you become polar bear food.
 
2012-10-03 02:44:27 PM  

LoneWolf343: Good move to Canada. In fact, don't stop there, just keep going north until you become polar bear food.


All the polar bears drowneded.
 
2012-10-03 02:45:30 PM  

cyber_slacker: Cythraul: CapeFearCadaver: I'm moving to Sweden.

There, it's in writing.

Sweden's on a short list of countries that I would immigrate to.

Denmark!

\Canadian


In terms of the Well Being index:

#1 Denmark
#2 Canada
...
#13 USA
 
2012-10-03 02:46:40 PM  
Nice troll, Brantgoose.
 
2012-10-03 02:47:18 PM  

Cythraul: I've actually looked into Canada's immigration policies and naturalization requirements. And my reaction was, "yeah, I SO do not meet their standards."

Unless I'm misremembering their 'must have' list.


Yeah, I was thinking that Canada probably doesn't want most people who threaten to make the move.
 
2012-10-03 02:47:53 PM  

Carth: WhippingBoy: Immigration to Canada should be a graduated process:
- the first year you're here, you have to live in the most northern town in Canada
- every year after that, you're allowed to move slightly South
- by the time your children's children are born, they'll be allowed in the good parts - Vancouver, Toronto (snerk!), etc.

There are some nice northern towns in Canada. Whitehorse is really nice it is a shame so many Canadians never go further north than Edmonton or Halifax


Prince Rupert in BC is my Northernmost excursion. Matagmi in Quebec which is much colder though technically not as north.
 
2012-10-03 02:47:57 PM  
Whoever wins the US presidental election, I won't be moving to the US.
 
2012-10-03 02:56:34 PM  

mightybaldking: Not really. The motion was about striking a committee to study the ethical question "When does life begin.", which is a perfectly fine philosophical/scientific question.


ok, but they're not a philosophical/scientific body. They're job is to make laws... why study it if you're not thinking about changing the law with your "results". .. seriously man, be honest, you don't think that was just the slightest bit of a pander to the pro-life people? fortunately, they backed down on it, but more that half the Conservative caucus voted in favour of it. I'd say that qualifies as "toying" with the idea.


asdasd

Egoy3k: Lets be fair here the guy deserves to be booted from office and roundly criticized but he's not exactly history's greatest monster.


greatest monster? I didn't say that.... Ideologically regressive neocon? yeah, that's getting closer.
 
2012-10-03 02:57:06 PM  

All Latest: Whoever wins the US presidental election, I won't be moving to the US.


I would move to the US if Eva Longoria was POTUS.
 
2012-10-03 03:01:01 PM  

hockeyfarker: next to the Smart and Funny buttons I want a Stupid button.

jesus dude. not even close to true.


Care to make a definitive statement regarding exactly what I said that wasn't true, or do you just wanna make toss out meaningless disses that you can't support because you know that everything I said is factually supported and no have no basis for criticism?

either way, that's cool; continue with your hollow grumbling.
 
2012-10-03 03:06:08 PM  

skinink: If Romney wins, I'll spend a week at the skankiest strip club on St. Catherines Street.


But you must stay the full week. No leaving. All your nourishment and hygiene needs must be met from with the club. But I don't think you have much to worry about.
 
2012-10-03 03:35:56 PM  
I'm moving to Canada no matter who wins, it's unrelated to the election.

/gonna miss my guns, tho
 
2012-10-03 03:50:12 PM  
Pondering a job in Saskatoon, myself. I wonder how bad the housing situation is there. I was surprised by how much housing in Calgary and Edmonton were. I'd want to rent, most likely, and I'd want a house, because I have dogs. But lots of rentals in the city sounded like basements (not sure how that works), and if I headed to the 'burbs for a house with a yard, the traffic and downtown parking sounded bad. In both cities. So, Saskatoon. But Saskatoon sounds like a whole 'nother level of cold.

I'll probably just dither about it and do nothing. I do like Canada and Canadians, though.

//Nice, mild-mannered Yank.
//Likes hockey.
 
2012-10-03 03:50:44 PM  
Not gonna scroll down through the thread, so let me just say 2 things:

1. [My Birf Certificate]. Yes, I can move back whenever I want. And I would, but it's farking cold. That doesn't stop me from biatching about the piss-poor politics/economics/wtfever Americans do to each other.

2. Canadian entrance requirements are a little steep, my friends. Quite a few of the people thinking "go to Canada, ya losers!" and even those who want to aren't... Probably... Good enough. Sorry. :P
 
2012-10-03 03:51:48 PM  

Nytfall: I'm moving to Canada no matter who wins, it's unrelated to the election.

/gonna miss my guns, tho


You should contact the Canadian Firearms Program. Our gun laws are not as restrictive as most people think. Depending on your status, and what kinds of firearms you own, you may be able to bring them with you.
 
2012-10-03 03:53:55 PM  

MartinaMcSorley: Pondering a job in Saskatoon, myself. I wonder how bad the housing situation is there. I was surprised by how much housing in Calgary and Edmonton were. I'd want to rent, most likely, and I'd want a house, because I have dogs. But lots of rentals in the city sounded like basements (not sure how that works), and if I headed to the 'burbs for a house with a yard, the traffic and downtown parking sounded bad. In both cities. So, Saskatoon. But Saskatoon sounds like a whole 'nother level of cold.

I'll probably just dither about it and do nothing. I do like Canada and Canadians, though.

//Nice, mild-mannered Yank.
//Likes hockey.


Saskatoon is going into boomtown phase right now. You might be able to get a decent property, but pretty much everything in Canada is over valued right now. As for the cold, that's a relative thing. Saskatoon is no colder than Edmonton or Yellowknife, so it depends on what you think cold means.
 
2012-10-03 03:55:19 PM  

MartinaMcSorley: Pondering a job in Saskatoon, myself. I wonder how bad the housing situation is there. I was surprised by how much housing in Calgary and Edmonton were. I'd want to rent, most likely, and I'd want a house, because I have dogs. But lots of rentals in the city sounded like basements (not sure how that works), and if I headed to the 'burbs for a house with a yard, the traffic and downtown parking sounded bad. In both cities. So, Saskatoon. But Saskatoon sounds like a whole 'nother level of cold.

I'll probably just dither about it and do nothing. I do like Canada and Canadians, though.

//Nice, mild-mannered Yank.
//Likes hockey.


toontown is.. umm well different.

its not that cold... its sorta okay as a place to live. Not far from Regina. Connected to edmonton by highspeed (110kmh) double laned highway...

LOTS and LOTS of Junior hockey.
 
2012-10-03 03:59:44 PM  

Mouldy Squid: Nytfall: I'm moving to Canada no matter who wins, it's unrelated to the election.

/gonna miss my guns, tho

You should contact the Canadian Firearms Program. Our gun laws are not as restrictive as most people think. Depending on your status, and what kinds of firearms you own, you may be able to bring them with you.


I've had enough problems at the border without bringing guns into the mix. I eventually plan on having my wife buy a few (she's Canadian, and sponsoring me), but haven't seen any places to shoot on the island yet.
 
2012-10-03 04:01:15 PM  

Nytfall: Mouldy Squid: Nytfall: I'm moving to Canada no matter who wins, it's unrelated to the election.

/gonna miss my guns, tho

You should contact the Canadian Firearms Program. Our gun laws are not as restrictive as most people think. Depending on your status, and what kinds of firearms you own, you may be able to bring them with you.

I've had enough problems at the border without bringing guns into the mix. I eventually plan on having my wife buy a few (she's Canadian, and sponsoring me), but haven't seen any places to shoot on the island yet.


Also, most are handguns, and the barrel length is too short - they're my CCW guns for the most part
 
2012-10-03 04:01:50 PM  

Nytfall: Mouldy Squid: Nytfall: I'm moving to Canada no matter who wins, it's unrelated to the election.

/gonna miss my guns, tho

You should contact the Canadian Firearms Program. Our gun laws are not as restrictive as most people think. Depending on your status, and what kinds of firearms you own, you may be able to bring them with you.

I've had enough problems at the border without bringing guns into the mix. I eventually plan on having my wife buy a few (she's Canadian, and sponsoring me), but haven't seen any places to shoot on the island yet.


we dont tend to advertise our shooting ranges that much.
 
2012-10-03 04:05:46 PM  

ThrobblefootSpectre: TheSteamingPile: please do not. we like to keep as much herp-a-derp south of the border as possible.

Isn't it "racist" and "xenophobic" if you don't want immigrants from south of the border?


isn't the whole point of being American, being able to put up with herp a derp, without bombing something.
 
2012-10-03 04:08:39 PM  

Nytfall: Mouldy Squid: Nytfall: I'm moving to Canada no matter who wins, it's unrelated to the election.

/gonna miss my guns, tho

You should contact the Canadian Firearms Program. Our gun laws are not as restrictive as most people think. Depending on your status, and what kinds of firearms you own, you may be able to bring them with you.

I've had enough problems at the border without bringing guns into the mix. I eventually plan on having my wife buy a few (she's Canadian, and sponsoring me), but haven't seen any places to shoot on the island yet.


What island? If you mean Vancouver Island, there should be at least a few. Western Canada is fairly gun friendly. Have your wife check with the local Chief Firearms Officer's office, local hunting or outdoors groups.
 
2012-10-03 04:10:30 PM  

Nytfall: Nytfall: Mouldy Squid: Nytfall: I'm moving to Canada no matter who wins, it's unrelated to the election.

/gonna miss my guns, tho

You should contact the Canadian Firearms Program. Our gun laws are not as restrictive as most people think. Depending on your status, and what kinds of firearms you own, you may be able to bring them with you.

I've had enough problems at the border without bringing guns into the mix. I eventually plan on having my wife buy a few (she's Canadian, and sponsoring me), but haven't seen any places to shoot on the island yet.

Also, most are handguns, and the barrel length is too short - they're my CCW guns for the most part


Ah, too bad. The 4.1 inch barrel length is a bit of a pain.
 
2012-10-03 04:12:30 PM  

skinink: If Romney wins, I'll spend a week at the skankiest strip club on St. Catherines Street.


Yay!
I mean, I love Montreal.
I need a club for the ladies, tho.
Chip-n-Dale's? No, thanks.
 
2012-10-03 04:12:51 PM  

Nytfall: I'm moving to Canada no matter who wins, it's unrelated to the election.

/gonna miss my guns, tho


this link is to the page for the basics of what is prohibited in Canada

And what Mouldy Squid said, don't sell them all to you check it out.

and if you have some time to kill, the firearms act for all the specifics
There may be some minor variations province to province as well but that should be pretty easy to find.
 
2012-10-03 04:13:07 PM  

ThrobblefootSpectre: TheSteamingPile: please do not. we like to keep as much herp-a-derp south of the border as possible.

Isn't it "racist" and "xenophobic" if you don't want immigrants from south of the border?


lol, you can't be racist against white people. Or so the Ontario Human Rights tribunal told me.
 
2012-10-03 04:18:04 PM  

kimwim: If Rmoney wins, I don't think I want to live in a country that could elect such a person. If my grandmother could leave Poland to give her children and grandchildren a better future, I honor her memory by doing the same.

But it's hard to move to Canada. We looked into buying property last year. The only way to do it that we could see was to borrow money from a Canadian bank, and, we had to own property in the US that we had to go back to at the least every 6 months. The Canadian government didn't want us overstaying our welcome. So I don't know how one retires to Canada.


A problem I've been having, too.
We'll have to keep a residence here in the US. Fine by me. Pay dual citizenship taxes. Also fine by me.
Borrow from a Canadian bank? Ok.
Purchasing land anywhere in the Laurentians? Almost impossible.
Whatabout up near Calabogie?
Also difficult.
May have to just rent here and there.

/if you come up with anything let me know!
 
2012-10-03 04:22:10 PM  

TheMysticS: kimwim: If Rmoney wins, I don't think I want to live in a country that could elect such a person. If my grandmother could leave Poland to give her children and grandchildren a better future, I honor her memory by doing the same.

But it's hard to move to Canada. We looked into buying property last year. The only way to do it that we could see was to borrow money from a Canadian bank, and, we had to own property in the US that we had to go back to at the least every 6 months. The Canadian government didn't want us overstaying our welcome. So I don't know how one retires to Canada.

A problem I've been having, too.
We'll have to keep a residence here in the US. Fine by me. Pay dual citizenship taxes. Also fine by me.
Borrow from a Canadian bank? Ok.
Purchasing land anywhere in the Laurentians? Almost impossible.
Whatabout up near Calabogie?
Also difficult.
May have to just rent here and there.

/if you come up with anything let me know!


I forgot-
Is there an exchange-senior program?
For every snow escapee in Florida and Arizona- can we send a US citizen up there?

Seems only fair.
I promise I'll come back to the US for healthcare. And bring cheap American smokes! (not anymore!)
 
2012-10-03 04:30:45 PM  

Jon iz teh kewl: isn't the whole point of being American, being able to put up with herp a derp, without bombing something.


Sure, all Americans are bad based on nationality. And you are enlightened. Not a bigot. :)
 
2012-10-03 04:31:20 PM  

kvinesknows: MartinaMcSorley: Pondering a job in Saskatoon, myself. I wonder how bad the housing situation is there. I was surprised by how much housing in Calgary and Edmonton were. I'd want to rent, most likely, and I'd want a house, because I have dogs. But lots of rentals in the city sounded like basements (not sure how that works), and if I headed to the 'burbs for a house with a yard, the traffic and downtown parking sounded bad. In both cities. So, Saskatoon. But Saskatoon sounds like a whole 'nother level of cold.

I'll probably just dither about it and do nothing. I do like Canada and Canadians, though.

//Nice, mild-mannered Yank.
//Likes hockey.

toontown is.. umm well different.

its not that cold... its sorta okay as a place to live. Not far from Regina. Connected to edmonton by highspeed (110kmh) double laned highway...

LOTS and LOTS of Junior hockey.


I actually would enjoy the Junior Hockey. =) It would be nice to live someplace where other people like hockey. I'd miss baseball, though.

I'm from Los Angeles, and I've never seen a blizzard. I've never had to worry about my engine or pipes freezing. Or dying of exposure if I trip and break an ankle while out hiking. But I'd adjust, I'm sure. I should probably come visit. I have friends, and friends of friends that live in Saskatchewan. Hopefully they wouldn't twit me about Stephen Baldwin, because I have no idea who he is.

I'm sure the job I'm looking at is boom-related, which is fine. I'm a contractor. I go where the work is. That's why I'd want to rent a house, as well, instead of buying, because I would probably only be staying a few years or so. Good time to be a property owner in the western provinces, perhaps!
 
2012-10-03 04:32:48 PM  

Mouldy Squid: Nytfall: Mouldy Squid: Nytfall: I'm moving to Canada no matter who wins, it's unrelated to the election.

/gonna miss my guns, tho

You should contact the Canadian Firearms Program. Our gun laws are not as restrictive as most people think. Depending on your status, and what kinds of firearms you own, you may be able to bring them with you.

I've had enough problems at the border without bringing guns into the mix. I eventually plan on having my wife buy a few (she's Canadian, and sponsoring me), but haven't seen any places to shoot on the island yet.

What island? If you mean Vancouver Island, there should be at least a few. Western Canada is fairly gun friendly. Have your wife check with the local Chief Firearms Officer's office, local hunting or outdoors groups.


Check the local Fish and Game clubs... most of them have shooting ranges. The local sporting goods stores also sell guns... including hand guns...
 
2012-10-03 04:45:53 PM  

GuyCaballero: Right, because we just let anyone in who wants to come on a whim.

You need to earn your right to be here.


Well, I love Rush, don't like CDion, I love hockey, have travelled to the mecca to touch Lord Stanley's Cup. The 'official' cd of hockey music's last entry was 'Take Off'. I know who made the new national anthem- or rather new Hockey Night in Canada theme.
I got to see the Habs play at the forum before it closed.
I liked Medicine Hat.
Second city greater than snl debate.
Knew what a THortons was before they hit the states.
Love Unibroue. Loved Molson Brador until they took all of the fun out of it.
I know what 'je me souviens' means.
Can switch from American to Canadian depending on who is hated more at that time in Quebec.
Want to own a snowmachine.
Can work 'eh?' into a sentence without sounding fake.
Willing to accept colour and centre as correct spellings.
Calgary is full of rednecks.
Nothing in Saskatchewan. Regina.
Can relate to those that use the proper terms 'football' and 'soccer'.
1982 was your Constitution year, I hope. Not googling, not cheating.
Love mussels from PEI. Summer Lobster festivals? I'm there!
Curling is not stupid.
I think the double language signage is stupid/a great idea.
I know who the TPBoyz is.
Dipped my toes in the river that bride drowned in a bit ago. Right there, too.
Sometime would like to go to Ellsmere island.
I think Americans can be jerks.
I like colorful money and heavy pockets full of change.
Promise to tell people it sucks, so no one else will go there.
Blood-less diamonds? Good.
Tar sands? Not good.
Ice road truckers? Meh.

Whaddaya tink so far, eh?
 
2012-10-03 05:03:45 PM  

MartinaMcSorley: kvinesknows: MartinaMcSorley: Pondering a job in Saskatoon, myself. I wonder how bad the housing situation is there. I was surprised by how much housing in Calgary and Edmonton were. I'd want to rent, most likely, and I'd want a house, because I have dogs. But lots of rentals in the city sounded like basements (not sure how that works), and if I headed to the 'burbs for a house with a yard, the traffic and downtown parking sounded bad. In both cities. So, Saskatoon. But Saskatoon sounds like a whole 'nother level of cold.

I'll probably just dither about it and do nothing. I do like Canada and Canadians, though.

//Nice, mild-mannered Yank.
//Likes hockey.

toontown is.. umm well different.

its not that cold... its sorta okay as a place to live. Not far from Regina. Connected to edmonton by highspeed (110kmh) double laned highway...

LOTS and LOTS of Junior hockey.

I actually would enjoy the Junior Hockey. =) It would be nice to live someplace where other people like hockey. I'd miss baseball, though.

I'm from Los Angeles, and I've never seen a blizzard. I've never had to worry about my engine or pipes freezing. Or dying of exposure if I trip and break an ankle while out hiking. But I'd adjust, I'm sure. I should probably come visit. I have friends, and friends of friends that live in Saskatchewan. Hopefully they wouldn't twit me about Stephen Baldwin, because I have no idea who he is.

I'm sure the job I'm looking at is boom-related, which is fine. I'm a contractor. I go where the work is. That's why I'd want to rent a house, as well, instead of buying, because I would probably only be staying a few years or so. Good time to be a property owner in the western provinces, perhaps!


you could probably rent a chunk of land not that far out of Toontown. (including a house) the commute is nothing at all. even from 50km out ( ie 30 minutes away )

also.. umm.. its prarie country.. BASEBALL IS HUGE
 
2012-10-03 05:14:55 PM  

mrshowrules: 1) Can you milk a moose?
2) Can you drink 24 beers and still cook one pound of back bacon without burning yourself?
3) Do you love and respect the beaver?
4) Do you find anything Rick Mercer's says to actually be funny?
5) Do you think the Trailer Park boys is actually a documentary?


Oh, I respect the beaver.
 
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