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indarwinsshadow: Jon iz teh kewl: [1.bp.blogspot.com image 850x1036]Blah.I'm hooked on[i.walmartimages.com image 500x500]
jayphat: Can they deploy one to Cleveland then? Because I miss Tims.
Xanadone: Can I really call myself part-Canadian if my ancestors left Canada for the U.S. before Tim Hortons was founded?
quatchi: From everything I've read and heard about these TimHos in Afghanistan the damn things were win/win around the board. A little taste and feel of home to soldiers abroad that made good money and threw a fair bit of that coin towards the families of service members back home. That all noted, I'm not sure whether or not making plans for future long term deployments replete with these mobile outlets is such a good thing. Personally I'm getting a little tired of whole war thing and really hope the troops come home and stay home for a while./Dreamer.//Not the only one.///Third slashie goes where?
Mock26: But those trailers could have been used at home. Or at any place where there are Canadian troops. They would not have to be limited just to war zones. They could also be sent to other continents on "good will tours."
trackerbri: A whole army of soldiers with assault rifles going through the evil headaches from Tim's withdrawal...Genius. No one will dare mess with us now.
blacksharpiemarker: This is a blessing in disguise. Tim Hortons coffee tastes like shiat.
meanmutton: We have a Tim Hortons that's being built right down the street, so I'm really getting a kick out of this./wish they had better bagels.
LordOfThePings: I can't see this camouflage doughnut.[theworldsbestever.s3.amazonaws.com image 500x669]
MaritimeGirl: On the radio this week, it was reported that the waits at the THs over there were sometimes 45 minutes. So, let's say 2 coffees per day and walking to/from the line back to their actual jobs. That's 2 hours per day or 25% of their yearly salary getting coffee. I'm okay with ending this luxury.
mantoast: MaritimeGirl: On the radio this week, it was reported that the waits at the THs over there were sometimes 45 minutes. So, let's say 2 coffees per day and walking to/from the line back to their actual jobs. That's 2 hours per day or 25% of their yearly salary getting coffee. I'm okay with ending this luxury.You know they're living where they work, right? If you use this logic, you should really be upset at how much time they're spending sleeping.
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