From my new found friend Archon. Theory is most Canadians have thought this way a time or two.
Lord, I hope Canucks in other countries don’t show themselves as dim-witted as some of the visitors to the great country of Canada. They probably do, but, at least I don’t have to see it. I can understand folks from Europe, Asia or Australia not being cognisant of details of Canadian culture, but I get a little short with Americans. C’mon guys! You live right next door.
Americans want to know things like, “Who’s the old broad on the money?” She’s the Queen, and no, she doesn’t “rule” Canada. “Does the flag come in any other colors?” And, why don’t we celebrate the Fourth of July? Because we’re not Americans. Our Independence Day is July 1.
I strive to be a little more accurate in this post than Ann Landers once was, when she told a Colombian tourist that Boston was not the capital of the U.S. “It’s always been…
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