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dierna
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 06:36 · Edited by: dierna


Quoting: polson

One day we'll get America for that song, one day. Oh wait! We already did!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o7jlFZhprU4&feature =related




Ya know what... I NEVER learned about the Canadians burning down the white house till after I graduated high school. It's just something that was never taught for some reason. *lol*

Trivia: I have 2 ancestors who died in the war of 1812 at the Battle of New Orleans.

majin_fett
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 06:41


So, to get things back on track:

Some changes take time. Some don't. Also, girls in real life trump internet communities. I can live with that.

As long as the girls in real life are coming for me too.

polson
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 07:23


Majin just HATES it when we derail threads.

polson
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 07:29


Wasn't the Battle of New Orleans in 1814?

dierna
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 07:32


Quoting: polson
Wasn't the Battle of New Orleans in 1814?


Yes but the War of 1812 ran from 1812 - 1814/1815 Officially the war ended in Dec 1814 but cuz the peace treaty was signed in Belgium nobody knew the war was over for months.

mezoti
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 11:02


Quoting: majin_fett
So, to get things back on track:

Some changes take time. Some don't. Also, girls in real life trump internet communities. I can live with that.

As long as the girls in real life are coming for me too.


Yes, some changes take time. Lots and lots of time. And I most certainly trump OTF.

Although, I bet most of you never knew OTF quite often has problems. Problems that Iain and Ohm fix without ever telling a soul, and just keep chugging along. Yet, they still get whined at for not doing enough?

Oh, please.

mezoti
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 11:17


Oh, and Char, I am feisty. ;-) Completely and totally.

Ask Iain.

iain
Moderator
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 11:22


She's so feisty that I have to hold her down sometimes.

mezoti
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 11:24


Quoting: iain
She's so feisty that I have to hold her down sometimes.


......

daecrist
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 15:25


Quoting: polson
One day we'll get America for that song, one day. Oh wait! We already did!


I think that song is hilarious, but highly inaccurate.

1. It was British regular soldiers, not Canadian militias.

2. We might not have quite succeeded in invading Canada, but we did manage to get Ohio, parts of Indiana, and most of Michigan out of the deal.

3. After they burned D.C. a giant storm whipped up over Washington sending rain that put out the fires the British had set and sending tornadoes that only seemed to hit British troop positions. Clearly someone was rooting for us...

daecrist
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 15:26


Quoting: iain
She's so feisty that I have to hold her down sometimes.


Bow chicka bow-wow.

daecrist
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 15:27


Quoting: polson
Wasn't the Battle of New Orleans in 1814?


Yup, it was. We beat back the British and took a major port city after the peace treaty had been signed, 'cuz that's just how awesome America is.

polson
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 18:17


Quoting: daecrist
I think that song is hilarious, but highly inaccurate.

1. It was British regular soldiers, not Canadian militias.

2. We might not have quite succeeded in invading Canada, but we did manage to get Ohio, parts of Indiana, and most of Michigan out of the deal.

3. After they burned D.C. a giant storm whipped up over Washington sending rain that put out the fires the British had set and sending tornadoes that only seemed to hit British troop positions. Clearly someone was rooting for us...


And the "Blame Canada" song is accurate?

I already had someone tell me that it didn't count because we weren't officially called "Canada" yet - although at the time there was an upper Canada and a lower Canada, and the same people occupied the land when it officially became Canada.

One day, we'll give you Quebec (formerly a large part of upper and lower Canada). And then we'll laugh as we watch you slowly crumble from the inside. Muwahahahahahaha!

polson
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 18:20


P.S. Iain and Brandi! You've already got your own thread down there, so stop bringing this awful flirtatious banter into this one! You're likely to make us all sick.

bria
Member
# Posted: 17 Apr 2008 22:10


I'm allergic to Canadian history, so stop talking about that, because you're likely to make me sick!

Nyeh!

That is, carry on.

daecrist
Member
# Posted: 18 Apr 2008 00:23


Quoting: polson
And the "Blame Canada" song is accurate?


Well...

"With their beady little eyes and flapping heads so full of lies."

I think everyone knows you can't trust a Canadian.

"With all that hockey hullaballoo, and that b***h Anner Murray too!"

You guys do love you some hockey, and I think we can all agree about Anne Murray.

char
Member
# Posted: 18 Apr 2008 02:05


Quoting: iain
She's so feisty that I have to hold her down sometimes.


Oh geez... Of course My hubby would say that about me too hee

polson
Member
# Posted: 18 Apr 2008 02:59


Hal

wedge
Member
# Posted: 18 Apr 2008 05:33 · Edited by: wedge


THE MAPLE LEAF FOREVER!

skevington
Member
# Posted: 18 Apr 2008 14:51


Polson, what about those of us who were already sick?

Dmitri

polson
Member
# Posted: 18 Apr 2008 19:28


Dmitri, I will have to put you down.

dierna
Member
# Posted: 18 Apr 2008 22:27


Quoting: daecrist
and I think we can all agree about Anne Murray.


Hey!!! I like Anne Murray!! There are some pretty good Canadian singers/groups I like. Like Glass Tiger and Barenaked Ladies.

skevington
Member
# Posted: 19 Apr 2008 13:48


Dierna, i have never heard of either of those.

Polson, you need help.

christena
Member
# Posted: 21 Apr 2008 03:56


Lee have you heard of Shania Twain?

*flips her hair back* Man.. I feel like a woman...

polson
Member
# Posted: 21 Apr 2008 13:23


Dmitri, you're right. Anybody want to help me put Dmitri down?

skevington
Member
# Posted: 21 Apr 2008 15:19


Yes Cinna i have heard of Shania Twain. We do not live under a big rock in England. We do have some awareness of what is going on in the rest of the world. We just feel it is uncivilised and unimportant.

Dmitri

tiamai
Member
# Posted: 21 Apr 2008 15:50


Wooooo... Lee is a civillised English Gent is he?

uh-huh....

christena
Member
# Posted: 22 Apr 2008 02:47


In his dreams...

*waves*

lzrman
Member
# Posted: 22 Apr 2008 04:36


Cinna on the other hand

tiamai
Member
# Posted: 22 Apr 2008 14:53


Quoting: lzrman
Cinna on the other hand



...is in your dreams?

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