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November 30, 2007


I've been in Vancouver most of this last week, which is why I haven't been posting. Maybe you're asking yourself, "Don't they have the internet in Vancouver?" As it turns out, yes, but I just assumed that they didn't. Why would I assume that? Because Vancouver is in Canada, and Canada, as I'm sure you know, is a third world country. Well, as it happens, even some third world countries have the internet, and I feel like a real jackass now that I know. The only reason I even found out they have the internet at all was that I was sitting in the business centre (notice funny Canadian spelling) of my five star hotel, when I noticed several "Canadians" (I put Canadians in quotes, because they were white, so how Canadian could they possibly be?) were on what appeared to be computers, looking at what appeared to be web sites - web sites which looked EXACTLY LIKE WEB SITES WE HAVE IN AMERICA!!! My first thought was that these "Canadians" had somehow sneaked into America, taken pictures of our web sites, and taped them to computer monitors. When I talked to them about it, though, they explained to me that they were looking at actual internet sites. Then they started talking about hockey and I zoned out. Now I'm back in America, and all I have to say is, "Thank God." Those "Canadians" were very nice, but Jesus Christ - shut up about the hockey.


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This was very funny.


Yay! The comments are working!

I like how Canada spells stuff properly, like us English folk.


You used the Lords name in vain.

Now you're going to get diarrear.

For real.

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