No, I went to 2 places. One called "On the Keys". Had General Tao. It was decent. Then I went to "The Works", had a Burger, Rings and a Milkshake. Shake was great, Burger was good and the Onion Rings had far too much batter on them.
Hey it helped us against Slovakia and France. (Not that Canada really had a tough time with France or anything)If you are wearing your lucky sweater again, you're gonna have a bad time.
Apparently the new 20s have an image of the Vimy Ridge memorial in France, and some people were morons and thought it was the twin towers with naked women on them.
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It said that this was the winter of 46-47 (assuming it's true, which isn't ever really clear if it is), and according to wiki, his birthday was yesterday, may 13, 1937, so that only makes him 75, which is better than a 50/50 for still being alive.Actually, on that note, my brother in law recently took my nephew to the symphony where they played
Accompanied by a reading by the author. (He's still alive, I was surprised to find out)
I gotta ask my brother in law more about it, because they MUST have played other stuff, or else this was the shortest Symphony orchestra ever.It said that this was the winter of 46-47 (assuming it's true, which isn't ever really clear if it is), and according to wiki, his birthday was yesterday, may 13, 1937, so that only makes him 75, which is better than a 50/50 for still being alive.
Very cool though to have him there.
Did you ever see any of these ones? NFB shorts by the same guys behind Cat Came Back (Cordell Barker and Richard Condie), they are some of my favourites. I'm curious how much NFB stuff gets down to the States.I loved watching "The Cat Came Back" whenever it came on TV!
Quiet you!The whole gloating about the 1814 sacking of Washington, I don't get. I mean first of all it was still British North America at the time, not Canada, second it wasn't even troops stationed in Upper Canada that burned the White House, it was troops arriving from the Caribbean, and what's more, the sacking of Washington was in RESPONSE to the far more brutal sacking and razing of York (old Toronto), which is more or less why Ottawa wound up being the capital rather than Toronto.
So not only did Canada have no part to play in it, it was actually the English standing up for Canada getting it even worse.