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    Quote Originally Posted by violaine View Post
    I'm listening to the most interesting job interview happening at the table next to me. They srsly pulled out some Rorschach-like tests. I wanna play!
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    ^Hah. It's funny because it's true. :-/.

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    Trixie On The Other Side.

    TOTOS.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    No, no it's not. It is not in Canada's interest to inherit the United States' fiscal and social problems.
    Eh. Our debt problems are exaggerated. Our Inequality is less severe in the blue states. Our GDP would multiply yours by close to an order of magnitude, and being that the USA has a notably higher GDP per capita, and the blue states have higher GPD per capita than the red states, we'd up your GDP PC, too. Poverty and dependence on federal welfare is likewise stronger in Red America.

    Social problems are harder to comment on.

    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    Progressive relative to "red states". Not progressive relative to us. I think you would find many things about Canada are fundamentally incompatible with your political sensibilities.
    I'm not so sure you're center is that far left of the USA's. I've listened to Harper and the Conservative officials. As a leftist, I'd say I can find plenty of Democrats left of them.


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    You laugh but frankly the only real foreign threat we face is from you guys.
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    Quote Originally Posted by violaine View Post
    ^Hah. It's funny because it's true. :-/.
    People have job interviews within earshot of other people? O_O

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    Monty is back from his walk.

    He is not well and was whinning and limping earlier. I was surprised by how much this upset me. I felt it but it didnt show.

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    Quote Originally Posted by prplchknz View Post
    it be even better with ice cream and whipped cream mmmmm
    Ice cream in the coffee?

    I'm actually mind blown at the idea of putting cream upon ice cream, with some fruit or a bannana I figure that could taste awesome.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Poriferan View Post
    Our GDP would multiply yours by close to an order of magnitude, and being that the USA has a notably higher GDP per capita, and the blue states have higher GPD per capita than the red states, we'd up your GDP PC, too.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of...al)_per_capita

    Luxembourg = 107,206
    Qatar = 99,731
    Norway = 99,462
    Switzerland = 79,033
    Australia = 67,723
    United Arab Emirates = 64,840
    Denmark = 56,202
    Sweden = 55,158
    Canada = 52,232
    Singapore = 51,162
    United States = 49,922



    And my province's GDP per capita is much higher than the national average (C$78,154), higher than any U.S. state, so from where I'm standing you'd be dragging us down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 93JC View Post
    People have job interviews within earshot of other people? O_O
    Yes, I hear one every other time I go out for a coffee. I think it's normal for freelancers and creative types, but I have heard a few like the one lampooned in the article.

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    Ice cream in the coffee?
    Yup, it's called an affogato, and it is awesome.

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