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(National Post)   Thirteen years ago the Canadian government planted the Millennium Tree, a genetically engineered testament to Canada's scientific leadership. Today it's the tree from A Charlie Brown Christmas   (news.nationalpost.com) divider line 56
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2013-12-09 08:45:51 AM
Ha ha, my clone planted 13 years ago looks the same!
 
2013-12-09 09:18:23 AM

Begoggle: Skunkwolf: Quantum Apostrophe: This symbolizes Canada very well IMO. This country is a joke. My province is a festering sore and Montreal is a dump.

Please leave.

He's going to need a list of countries with no 3D printers and no space program.


How would that be relevant? I need a list of income taxation, income vs cost of living and climate type.

Perhaps you think you'll retire on Mars but I'm more prosaic.
 
2013-12-09 09:37:46 AM
Helicopter Gardening, much like Helicopter Parenting, results in stunted creatures unable to cope with Reality.
 
2013-12-09 10:59:17 AM

Quantum Apostrophe: Perhaps you think you'll retire on Mars but I'm more prosaic


You just think you're going to get to live forever via life extension treatments. Which is far more within the realm of reality. *snicker*
 
2013-12-09 11:07:21 AM

fluffy2097: Quantum Apostrophe: Perhaps you think you'll retire on Mars but I'm more prosaic

You just think you're going to get to live forever via life extension treatments. Which is far more within the realm of reality. *snicker*


Given how we've extended our lifespan already, yes. Do you dispute reality?
 
2013-12-09 02:57:47 PM
"It remains largely overlooked by Ottawa tourists, politicians and journalists...All those except for political commentator Don Martin."

Don Martin?
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