Thursday, December 20, 2007

Canadian Correspondent David Gold

Well, I'm finally coming back to the first world in two days, and it's about goddamned time. Canada has certainly been an interesting place, but I would have a hard time recommending prolonged exposure to it to all but the bravest of individuals. Recently, Canada has seen the onset of snow, which appears to be the national precipitate. I have seen accumulation of 6 or 7 inches in one night, although since it gets dark at 4:30 the night does get some bonus time to work with. Either way, Canadians don't appear to realize that snow is dangerous and is likely punishment for their sinful pacifist ways. I went to a bartending class and the instructor told us that Clamato juice was a Canadian invention. Apparently only a Canadian would dare mix clam broth and tomato juice (and I really have to ask, Why? Why would you do that and be proud of it?). I told her that America invented the light bulb, but she didn't seem interested.

Don't look at Quincy Jones. Quincy Jones ain't gonna help you.

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