Canadiens...

Discussion in 'The Lighter Side...PG-13' started by Eddy Honey, Sep 29, 2013.

  1. Eddy Honey

    Eddy Honey New Member

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  2. PerryBee

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    You have to ask, why are bothering to dig around their cars? Where are they gonna go?
    :rolling::rolling::rolling:
     

  3. efmesch

    efmesch Active Member

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    It looks like a social event. Besides, exercise warms.
     
  4. Eddy Honey

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    I'm sure they're headed to a hockey game maybe?
     
  5. ApisBees

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    Almost looks like some of the pictures Perry posted last winter.
    My girls in the 18 years that they were in school ( 8 years overlap ) never got to take a snow day.
    We miss out on so much living in the Okanagan Valley.
     
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    A little snow, ay! :lol:
     
  7. Ray

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    Friendly neighbors now but:
    200 years ago, today!

    http://detroit1701.org/Warof1812Dead.htm




    During the summer of 1813, British and American forces fought naval battles on Lake Erie while, on land, Americans fought the British-Indian forces throughout the upper Midwest. Some American successes on Lake Erie led the British to pull their troops from Detroit on September 29, 1813. Americans promptly entered Detroit and renamed the military facilities Fort Shelby after Governor Isaac Shelby of Kentucky who had raised a force of 3,500 to fight the British and Indians in the Midwest.
     
  8. PerryBee

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    Funny, our government just spent millions :roll: reminding us all (like we wanted to be) of our "victory" of 1812.