I can tell you without reservation that if none have emigrated up here to
Canada, then at the very least, they've sent specific instructions to our
politicians on how to act. All I can say about our politicians is pigs at
There may be some with good intentions, but the balance are self-serving
liars and cheats. Isn't it supposed to be the other way around with a few
bad apples making the rest look bad?
Maybe in Sweden. The Pakistani lawyers presented a different image
these past several days.
Back when high sulfur coal went out of vogue a lot of West Virginians
moved to Ohio to take jobs in the factories there, especially around
Akron. The joke is THAT emigration raised the average IQ of both
States by two points.
As some one who has represented Canadian Companies trying to do
business in the US gives me a different perspective.
Your bloated postal system is a joke.
Trying to get printed materials thru Canadian customs is another joke.
Having said that, you Canucks sure know how to have a good time<grin>
BTW, the internet has for the most part, made the postal and customs
operations non players.
Make the mistake of telling the border guard you're coming in on
business, and you spend the next hour being grilled over what
business, how long you'll be working in Canada (not what I was doing,
not what I told him I was doing), why you wanted to take jobs from
Canadians, and on. All of that with a French accent that makes him
nearly unintelligible, and that was at the Ottawa airport.
Of course, he's no where near as bad as the female U.S. customs idjit
who forced me to take the seats out of my car for her search back in
the '60s. Or tried to. She was distinctly pissed when I told her I
didn't know how...which proves the efficacy of telling bureaucrats
very little that's true. She did miss the Cuban cigars on the
dashboard. Also, if I ever come up on a woman agent wearing a military
style shirt with sharp military creases in it, I'll turn around and go
home. I knew from experience what a PITA it was to keep the creases so
you could impress someone.
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