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  • borealis
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Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #25
What is really Canada, Testy?

Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #26
Cold cold snow, tundra and bare rock.
Love is like a magic penny
 if you hold it tight you won't have any
if you give it away you'll have so many
they'll be rolling all over the floor

Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #27
Oh, and amber waves of grain.
Love is like a magic penny
 if you hold it tight you won't have any
if you give it away you'll have so many
they'll be rolling all over the floor

  • Pingu
Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #28
BC is Cascadia, right?

  • borealis
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Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #29
Oh. Currently that's Fredbear Canada.

I meant the bare rock tundra cold cold.

Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #30
Love is like a magic penny
 if you hold it tight you won't have any
if you give it away you'll have so many
they'll be rolling all over the floor

  • Bilirubin
  • Ain't nothing ta fuck wit'
Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #31
God there are tons of missing universities, and all of the colleges, because the joke was too long as it was.

But lol if Alberta isn't also a flyover province too

people go to canmore and banff for vacation. it is thus a destination.

when people go to canmore and banff, they fly over manitoba and sasquatchewan
beep boop they also fly over the entire rest of Alberta to get to Calgary dumbass

  • Bilirubin
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Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #32
"OH HEY HONEY LETS SPEND OUR HOLIDAYS IN MEDICINE HAT OR MAYBE PEACE RIVER THIS YEAR"

Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #33
God there are tons of missing universities, and all of the colleges, because the joke was too long as it was.

But lol if Alberta isn't also a flyover province too

people go to canmore and banff for vacation. it is thus a destination.

when people go to canmore and banff, they fly over manitoba and sasquatchewan
beep boop they also fly over the entire rest of Alberta to get to Calgary dumbass

I consider that part of sasquatchewan for everything but tax purposes

Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #34
"OH HEY HONEY LETS SPEND OUR HOLIDAYS IN MEDICINE HAT OR MAYBE PEACE RIVER THIS YEAR"

I thought that was the point of the new dino museum. to get people to spend holidays in peace river.

  • Pingu
Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #35
There was a KKK chapter in Saskatchewan.

Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #36
having been to sasquatchewan once, I am not surprised

  • Bilirubin
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Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #37
"OH HEY HONEY LETS SPEND OUR HOLIDAYS IN MEDICINE HAT OR MAYBE PEACE RIVER THIS YEAR"

I thought that was the point of the new dino museum. to get people to spend holidays in peace river.
Its in Grand Prairie and its failing so gee gees Pee Cees

  • Bilirubin
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Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #38
OR MAYBE LETS VACATION IN BEAVER LODGE I HEAR THEY HAVE THIS GIANT BEAVER

OR OR HOW ABOUT THE TORRINGTON GOPHER MUSEUM THIS YEAR?

  • Bilirubin
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Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #39
or the birthplace of Nickelback in Hanna maybe? :suicide:

  • Brother Daniel
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Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #40
And the entry for U de M is perfect
au Québec, l'âge minimum pour boire n'est qu'une suggestion

  • Brother Daniel
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Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #41
And no mention of Simon Fraser University in Burnaby, BC.  Probably the prettiest setting for a Uni.
No UBC is a prettier campus, is not surrounded by surburban sprawl, and isn't made of prefabricated concrete that grows moss because it never stops raining. Its just really far away from everything.
The setting is awesome.  The buildings are mostly hideous.
Buildings are even worse at SFU
Quote from: Pingu
And Wreck Beach was an education for a toddler too.
:ohmy:

Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #42
"OH HEY HONEY LETS SPEND OUR HOLIDAYS IN MEDICINE HAT OR MAYBE PEACE RIVER THIS YEAR"

I thought that was the point of the new dino museum. to get people to spend holidays in peace river.
Its in Grand Prairie and its failing so gee gees Pee Cees

tbh I thought this was more a "durr paleo peeps made bad choices" more than "durr the PCs thought the tyrrell model would work everywhere"

Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #43
and GP is close to the Peace River

Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #44
I KNOW WHAT WE NEED

ANOTHER DINO MUSEUM

DINOSAURS RAAAARRRRRRRRRRRR

this is how I picture everyone's thought process involved tbh

Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #45
I wanted to go to Medicine Hat, but I missed the last train.
Why do I bother?

  • MikeS
Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #46
I wanted to go to Ft. McMurray, but it burnt down.

Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #47
I wanted to meet Paolo Soleri but he died.
Love is like a magic penny
 if you hold it tight you won't have any
if you give it away you'll have so many
they'll be rolling all over the floor

Re: Review of Canadian Universities for potential American students
Reply #48
I wanted to read TR without your posting but you posted.