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it isn't what you do with it, it's the size that counts!

Posted on 2007.07.11 at 15:29

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linguisticator at 2007-11-08 02:29 (UTC) ()
Very little gloating, actually. Here in Ontario the liberal government is not happy with this rise and of course cross-border shopping is more prevalent than ever before. I still hate paying $36 for a book that sells for $29 in the US but I just can't justify waiting for hours and hours in line to get in and out of Barfalo.

Saskatchewan and Alberta are raking it in, though. I think I'm going to move there. Saskatchewan, that is. I like flat lifeless places.
lipsum at 2007-11-08 03:12 (UTC) ()
I think I'm going to move there. Saskatchewan, that is. I like flat lifeless places.

This should be iconned.
try to catch the deluge in a paper cup
primroseburrows at 2007-11-08 16:23 (UTC) ()
I still hate paying $36 for a book that sells for $29 in the US

See, now, I still don't get that, especially for the books that are written and published in Canada. It sounds just a little like highway robbery, y'know?

I think I'm going to move there. Saskatchewan, that is. I like flat lifeless places.

Another reason to move to Saskatchewan is that it's hard to spell. However, so is Massachusetts, and it's warmer (most of the time) so I think I'll go there instead.
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