Wednesday, July 01, 2009

Happy Canada Day!

For all you Canucks out there, here are few things you can use for your Canada Day celebrations:

mail a letter with this stamp:

watch out for this guy:

have a few of these:
do whatever it is you do with those maple leaves:

drive a red Barchetta in the limelight with Tom Sawyer and this guy:

don't get lost in Quebec:

fly with these guys:

and take off, hoser!


Randal Graves said...

I wouldn't worry about that guy, Palin got 'im good. And come on, picking stuff from Moving Pictures is soooo easy. A little effort next time, shall we? ;-)

Barbara Bruederlin said...

Thanks! I am going to do all those things today! You should join me.

CDP said...

Shouldn't they listen to Anne Murray records, too?

Anonymous said...

Anne Murray? Are we trying to punish or reward them?

Pissed in NYC said...

And on this day it was announced that a Tim Horton's (I think that's the spelling) is coming to NYC. I went to a Tim Horton's once in Toronto. Um, Dunkin' Donuts is way better. Still, maple donuts anyone?

dguzman said...

Randal--it's the only Rush album I own!

Barbara--excellent! Can we sing your cool national anthem too? "Oh Canada, our home and native land..." I love that song!

CDP--NO. I want them to have a GOOD day.


PiNY--Yeah, there are some Tim Horton's around other places in the US. I've never eaten there, though. Shouldn't it be called "Alan Thicke's" though?

pissed in NYC said...

Does he own them now? Whatever. All I remember is that the donut I had tasted stale. Meh.

dguzman said...

No, Alan Thicke doesn't own them, but he's certainly a more recognizable name than Tim Horton. Who the hell is he? I guess, from your comment, he's the guy who makes stale donuts. Blech.

Anonymous said...

The Canucks cn seceed from the contininent and join Iceland, for all I care.

dguzman said...

Anon--who the fuck asked you?