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Comment from: Al Cohol [Visitor] Email
Canadians are "wimpy" because they are tired of ignorant American's repetitively wading knee deep through Canadian cliches? Or maybe your cracks about maple syrup and hockey are uniquely clever and we all just missed it. By the way, you forgot to mention moose and beavers.
2007-07-31 @ 06:03
Comment from: Rick Montenegro [Visitor] Email
Oooo yaahh, it get's warm but there's no humidity, don't cha know. And, their alcohol content is much higher, eh? Don't worry, there are hosers in every group. You betcha!
2007-07-31 @ 07:33
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Coming from a state where you have scorching and more scorching (how's that for an uniformed statement, since I've never been to Nevada), it's easy to see why you'd mistake one level of summer for another. Yup, it's probably a hyper-sensitive reaction, but what can you do? Can't please them all.
2007-07-31 @ 07:54
Comment from: Kiel Christianson [Member] Email
Two words: Black flies.

2007-07-31 @ 10:22
Comment from: putt4par [Visitor] Email
Two words: American Tourists.
2007-07-31 @ 10:25
Comment from: Ron Mon [Member] Email
Ontario by me has no black flies. Niagara Falls, ONT has at least ten world-class 18s open or in the works. Here's a list:

Grand Niagara #1
Legends # 1
Legends # 2
Pen Lakes 27
Royal Niagara 27
(that makes 6)
Thundering Waters
Whirlpool

To Come:
Niagara River
Grand Niagara # 2
2007-07-31 @ 11:31
Comment from: BV [Visitor]
Disparaging "East Coast loons" and "drivers of mini-hybrids" in one paragraph! Darn, Chris - if you keep that up, I may have to actually start reading your blogs on a regular basis! ;)

I'm pretty sure the Canadians are just feeling their oats now that their dollar is actually almost worth something! ;)
2007-07-31 @ 14:08
Comment from: Oui Oui Oui [Visitor] Email
Canada's #1 sport is hockey where figthing is condoned. Majority of them live in sub-zero temperature more than half the year.

Wimps? I fear not. Bullied? Perhaps.
2007-08-01 @ 10:15
Comment from: Syd Nohcud [Visitor] Email
You've got to give those Canadians credit.
After a long, cold winter they emerge to golf in the heat with those mosquitoes and blackflies
2007-08-04 @ 11:29

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