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    To celebrate the Sesquicentennial, I'll be spending some quality time with something well aged from Canada. My choices are between ham and a great aunt I haven't seen for about 15 years.

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    As a country, we should help our neighbor to the north out in their celebration efforts by giving them something they haven't had for quite sometime. Like an armed invasion.

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    I just found a Canadian penny in my washer.

    It's a sign.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Amelia View Post
    I just found a Canadian penny in my washer.

    It's a sign.
    It's a sign alright. A sign you got ripped off the last time you got change back.
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    To celebrate the Sesquicentennial, I was going to have the quintessential Canadian experience and go out into the mountains by myself, cut down some trees, kill whatever animals were nearby, make some handmade garments, and maybe even try my hand at doing some mining. Then I realized I'd once again confused Canada with Minecraft.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Amelia View Post
    I just found a Canadian penny in my washer.

    It's a sign.
    Canada actually doesn't even use pennies anymore: Obituary: Canadian penny, 1858-2013 - Canada - CBC News

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    Two of my favorite American ones are Penny Hardaway and Penny Marshall. I'm not sure I can even name a single Canadian Penny.
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    Penny Two-Wolves McMarie Bouchard. The first women to stab an opposing goalie with an icicle then put it in her jock strap to melt the evidence. 1858.

    National hero.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Amelia View Post
    I just found a Canadian penny in my washer.

    It's a sign.
    Isn't that like .07 cents in American currency? Melt it down for the copper.

    Fuck the Mounties.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boontito View Post
    To celebrate the Sesquicentennial, I was going to have the quintessential Canadian experience and go out into the mountains by myself, cut down some trees, kill whatever animals were nearby, make some handmade garments, and maybe even try my hand at doing some mining. Then I realized I'd once again confused Canada with Minecraft.


    I don't know how to patent a catchphrase, but 'quintessential Sesquicentennial' is a goldmine waiting to be tapped.
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