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Toronto is tame as fuck compared to Montreal. They don't have the density of students and tourists to support the same degree of shenanigans. Or the Bohemian poverty. There are few places in the world I've managed to do as outrageously stupid things as back home.

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So... post it. So far the thread has only 3 pages. Singapore was started later and already has one page up Canada.

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Some of it though is not on topic hahahahahahahahahahahaha!!!!!!!

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So... post it. So far the thread has only 3 pages. Singapore was started later and already has one page up Canada.

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We do quality stupidity, not just mindless stuff to meet a thread page quota!!!

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So... post it. So far the thread has only 3 pages. Singapore was started later and already has one page up Canada.

:P

 

That is a terrible idea on so many levels. ;)

Can't be much worse than the stuff that comes along with tentacles..

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They do get some cool toys to play with (shaddup, Colin! :P ):

'In Canada, these rifles are “non restricted” and can be used on crown land and other open-use wildernesses. The [Chinese] T97 is a gem, retailing for $1400 as configured, and feeds from AR-15 mags.'

- See more at: http://www.thefirearmblog.com/blog/2015/06/14/weekend-photo-the-chinese-type-97/#sthash.VKCtYoan.dpuf

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Honest question: why the yellow or gold tint in Canadian TV series, like "Flashpoint" and "The Listener"? It has like a soothing effect on Canadians? Are Canadians like biologically adapted to be calmed and comfy with autumn colors?

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Honest question: why the yellow or gold tint in Canadian TV series, like "Flashpoint" and "The Listener"? It has like a soothing effect on Canadians? Are Canadians like biologically adapted to be calmed and comfy with autumn colors?

 

Canuckis are used to seeing the world through brown glass.

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B.C. conservation officials have launched an investigation after video was posted Saturday to YouTube showing an unidentified man jumping on and riding a moose.

The video, shot from a motor boat, shows the pursuit of a moose as it crosses a shallow body of water.

A man in bathing trunks is on the bow of the boat. As the boat pulls up behind the moose, the man jumps onto its back and rides the struggling animal for 15 seconds before falling off.

One of the passengers in the boat can be heard shouting, "I've never seen anything so awesome." Others in the boat can be heard laughing.

David Vince, a conservation officer with the B.C. Ministry of the Environment, says there is a law against harassing wildlife and what's shown in the video is "the ultimate form of harassment."

"You can see that the moose is struggling with that fellow on her back. You can see the fright in her eyes," he told CBC News.

Vince says conservation officers believe the incident may have taken place last July on Tuchodi Lakes in Northern Rocky Mountains Provincial Park, although the exact location has yet to be confirmed.

He's asking anyone with information to call 1-877-952-7277.

The video was sent to the province's conservation service by a group called Wolftracker.

Wolftracker's Facebook page says it supports "responsible, legal, predator control in British Columbia."

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Nope, it was Saint Jean today, AKA 24hrs of condoning utter stupidity from the Franco population. It's what I call a fuck or fight sort of affair, and not everyone gets laid.

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