So CO Greetings from Canada

Discussion in 'SouthWest Region Discussion' started by Darth_Nast_T, Jun 8, 2005.

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  1. Darth_Nast_T Jedi Master

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    Sure are a lot of hosers here, eh!

    To much rain.

    Later days, eh.
  2. Darth_Nast_T Jedi Master

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    Someone should make a overdub ANH in Canadian...

    Vader: "Now you are the learner and I am the master"
    Ben Kenobi: "Your only a Master of hosers, eh! Take off!"


  3. Imperial_Birrer Jedi Master

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    Dontchaknow ,eh? Them hoosers love maple syrup. So, where in canada are you ehing from, eh?

    oh yeah. watch out for dem mounties, deh can be mean dontchaknow.
  4. Darth_Nast_T Jedi Master

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    I'm in Calgary.

    You really can get milk in a bag here...
  5. Imperial_Birrer Jedi Master

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    I have seen milk in a bag down here . It was attached to the cow.
  6. Darth_Nast_T Jedi Master

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    Ha!!! Thats udderly funny.
  7. Imperial_Birrer Jedi Master

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    Thanks, I was afraid it was a bullish joke.

    But seriously, why do they have milk in a bag? Is it for people to drink? Kinda like a lactose drink pouch?
  8. Darth_Nast_T Jedi Master

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    Five Iron Frenzey (a Punk-core Ska band from Denver) has a song called "Oh, Canada".
    This song has a line about Canada being where you can get milk in a bag. I alway figured they (the band) were just being wierd, but sure enough, I went into a convenience store and you really can get milk in a Capri-Sun style bag... Plain or chocolate! (even has the little straw)

  9. Darth_Nast_T Jedi Master

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    So... to answer your question, I suppose its for people to drink... (I'm not sure cats can work a straw)
  10. Darth_Nast_T Jedi Master

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    Or, as an alternative to drinking it...

    One could drop the milk bags off tall buildings...

    ***SPLAT***

    Could be fun.
  11. Darth_Nast_T Jedi Master

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    OR...

    You could put one in a microwave for a few minutes!

    ***BOOM***

    I wonder if it would blow the door open?
  12. Zoom_Cthooga Jedi Grand Master

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    There's only one way to find out! :D
  13. Kaety Jedi Master

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    Take off you hoser...don't give him any ideas!


    Anybody remember the Take Off song? Bob and Doug McKenzie
  14. Zoom_Cthooga Jedi Grand Master

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    Bob and Doug rule, eh. And of all things, Mac (JediKnightBirr) hasn't seen Strange Brew. We must corrupt him. And after that, raise a baby mouse in a bottle.

    The other day while looking up info on boosting the power on a microwave antenna (don't ask...LOL), I learned why metal things in a microwave make lightning. It was really interesting...unfortunately the article didn't teach me how to do what I wanted to do.
  15. Kaety Jedi Master

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    I blew up marshmallows in the microwave when I was a kid. I was trying to make Rice Krispy treats...

    Lightning amazes me! Fascinating stuff...

    We own Strange Brew. In fact, I think we will watch that tonight. D_N_T doesn't know it yet - he just got home - but I will force him to view it!!!! (Evil laughter here)
  16. Darth_Nast_T Jedi Master

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    If you ever want ALL the gorey details of the physics behind a microwave... Slam your head in a door 3 or 4 times... If you still want to know ask me... I can tell you... (trust me, the head in the door thing is less painfull, dontyaknow, eh!)
  17. Darth_Nast_T Jedi Master

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    The invasion of the great white north has ended.

    I have returned victorious!

    My armies, even now, are compelling the conquered population to wear plaid and play silly games like curling!

  18. Jedi Girl of Corellia Manager Emeritus

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    Did you bring some poutine back? That stuff is what gives the Canadians their powers.
  19. Darth_Nast_T Jedi Master

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    No sorry... My spoils of war only includes Nestle "Aero" candy bars (YUM!)

  20. Darth_Nast_T Jedi Master

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    Although I though about bringing some caribou and buffalo jerky...
  21. RubberDuckTape Southern CO Chapter Rep

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  22. Zoom_Cthooga Jedi Grand Master

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    I tried out that thing with the microwave and the door...

    Not really feeling the need to learn how a microwave works anymore.
  23. buffy_wine Jedi Master

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    This reminds me of that epsiode in That 70's Show when they went to Canada. Eh.
  24. Darth_Nast_T Jedi Master

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  25. Kaety Jedi Master

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    Actually one the best things to come out of Canada is the Red Green show...that's funny.

    I once saw him make a surf board out of a plastic table and some duct tape. It was cool.



    Oh, and they gave us Michael J. Fox.
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