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    Canada vs. North Dakota

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    Maybe Robh and I could be diplomats to solve this situation. This is the best link I could find at the moment. There are a lot better ones. But this situation is absolutely hilarious. Canada is very angry. (So is Minnesota) Their Prime Minister has threatened to shut off some of the electricity they provide to North Dakota (we are just learning about electricity anyway ). He has actually been quoted a few times as saying "let the bastards freeze in the dark". He also called North Dakota "a rogue nation", and compared us to North Korea (we have more nukes, actually ).
    "They get what they vote for." PaulR

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    Re: Canada vs. North Dakota

    Quote Originally Posted by Danimal
    He also called North Dakota "a rogue nation", and compared us to North Korea (we have more nukes, actually ).
    LOL...I love it! Thanks for the link. This is South Park's "Blame Canada" in reverse (without Terrence and Phillip).
    ;-)

    Jim Jarnagin - no not THAT Jim Jarnagin, the other one.

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    Re: Canada vs. North Dakota

    Quote Originally Posted by southportJim
    LOL...I love it! Thanks for the link. This is South Park's "Blame Canada" in reverse (without Terrence and Phillip).
    ;-)
    He he. One of the newspapers thought that that comparison was pretty funny too. They did a big write up comparison of North Korea and North Dakota as a joke. I need to find out which paper it was. Absolutely hilarious. They're just pissed because we won't buy their beef, also. Frankly, I think they should just let the lake do what it wants. It's going to anyway. they better not screw up the walleye fishing though. We caught over 15 (limit) in 2 hours the other day.....There is no sense in pumping more water in to the Red River (which flooded in 1997 and caused the biggest evacuation of a city since the Civil War). This normally wouldn't be a problem, but the Red River is one of the few that flows north. I love it. Socialist Bastards! (Rob excluded of course)
    "They get what they vote for." PaulR

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    Re: Canada vs. North Dakota

    Quote Originally Posted by Danimal
    Socialist Bastards! (Rob excluded of course)
    Yeah, I'm no socialist.

    Okay, here's the solution: Toronto has this major garbage problem with nowhere to put it. North Dakota can have it to raise up the lands affected by the floodwaters, and then you build on top of that!
    ----
    Or, even better:

    You should set up a brewery on the lakeshore and drain off the lake by making beer! "Devils Lake Beer": With a name like that, how could you guys go wrong?

    Rob

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    Re: Canada vs. North Dakota

    Quote Originally Posted by robh
    Yeah, I'm no socialist.

    Okay, here's the solution: Toronto has this major garbage problem with nowhere to put it. North Dakota can have it to raise up the lands affected by the floodwaters, and then you build on top of that!
    ----
    Or, even better:

    You should set up a brewery on the lakeshore and drain off the lake by making beer! "Devils Lake Beer": With a name like that, how could you guys go wrong?

    Rob
    Two very good ideas.
    "They get what they vote for." PaulR

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    Re: Canada vs. North Dakota

    I'm from Hawaii. Every so often when the volcano on the Big Island erupts, nearby residents must flee their homes and watch them become engulfed in lava.

    I've always wondered why these people were stupid enough to live so close to a volcano knowing full well that this could happen.

    My message to these North Dakota folk: MOVE.
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    Robert Gregory Browne
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    KILLER YEAR: Stories to Die For (Jan. 2008)
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    http://www.robertgregorybrowne.com

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    Re: Canada vs. North Dakota

    Quote Originally Posted by robgb
    I'm from Hawaii. Every so often when the volcano on the Big Island erupts, nearby residents must flee their homes and watch them become engulfed in lava.

    I've always wondered why these people were stupid enough to live so close to a volcano knowing full well that this could happen.

    My message to these North Dakota folk: MOVE.
    I agree. And every time it happens, our government shells out other people's money to them.

    I'm thinking a hockey game should decide the outcome of this.
    "They get what they vote for." PaulR

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