Not flipping likely.
Come up here and call anyone of us an American and see how fast you get
booted back into your home <g>.
Both countries are situated on the continent of North America but that is
where the similarities stop.
Anyone that lives on the continent are North Americans, not Americans That
term was chosen by your country to identify its citizens.
Canadians live in Canada.
I hope you note that I generally use the term "yank" as opposed to the term
"yank" is understood world-wide as meaning a person from the USa and has no
negativeness. (despite usually being followed by a spit into the gutter in
various other countries)
Then you'd probably like a version of Windows a guy in one of my classes
is in the process of creating. It's a special version he calls "Windows
XP Canadian". He's building it with a program called "styleXP". The
startup sound is bite of Getty Lee's "Take Off (to the Great White
North)" and probably features some Bob & Doug McKenzie bites if I know
If he releases it I'll let you know where you can get the files.
Wolf Kirchmeir wrote:
>> This is the best American comic strip at this time in our history.
>> I faithfully follow it on a daily basis.
> Er, hrrrmph, and so on: It's a _Canadian_ comic strip.
Canadian, American - it's still unfunny...
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