That video would't play on my laptop for some reason, so I provided an
Things made in Canada... from the World's best baseball bats to the
worlds best racing bicycles...
'13 Awesome Things You Didn't Know Were Made in Canada | Reader's
Digest' (http://tinyurl.com/na26744 )
Fascinating. Although, I never say a thing about the
difficulty that arises from living next to glaciers.
If you are from Canada, would you stop deporting your
sleazy businessmen to the States. If I have a Canadian
supplier based in Canada, no problem, honest as the day is
long. If they are Canadian, but have moved to the
States: OH HOLY SHIT! Doesn't take many guesses to
figure out why your deport them.
So please consider deporting them move to England or Australia
instead. They speak English there too. (Well, maybe
not so much in Australia.) I would say France, but the
French can't understand anything that comes out of a
French Canadian's mouth anyway. And the French might
get mad and stop exporting arrogance. :-)
Well, really, the problem revolves around the fact that I'm on dial-up.
So, let's say I bought a new computer that used the latest Windows
operating system and I had the latest version of Firefox or Chrome or
Internet Explorer on my computer...
..it would still take me all day to upload a small video file at 2 to 3
kilobytes per second.
And, that's the reason I keep using my old Pentium 4 computers running
XP and IE6. No point putting better running shoes on a turtle.
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