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    Author, Carol Shields.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Prototype View Post
    John Candy...
    He was cool

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    What about David Suzuki? NT or NF?
    I watched the Nature of Things too much as a kid; NF, and one I could smack these days.

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    Who?
    Jim Carrey, William Shatner, Keanu Reeves... though they didn't come to mind based on type.
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    Quote Originally Posted by runvardh View Post
    I watched the Nature of Things too much as a kid; NF, and one I could smack these days.
    Why would you smack him?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLessard View Post
    Why would you smack him?
    The big bus he used while trying to preach environmentalism. Unless he actually needed the space and had a half decently efficient engine, such a waste of fuel made me shake my head.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    I'd hazard a guess that Kit Pearson is INFJ or INFP. In any case, she is a wonderful writer, one of my favourites in any genre, not just children's.
    I haven't read her since I was 10ish, but I loved her books.
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    *Faith is the art of holding on to things your reason once accepted, despite your changing moods.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KLessard View Post
    Why would you smack him?
    Good call, Runvardh! I couldn't stand that guy either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by KLessard View Post
    I have heard of her. Never read anything, though. I didn't know she was Canadian.
    Kit Pearson is very Canadian...in a good way...she has a very strong sense of place in her Canadian settings, including Vancouver, Toronto, and the Prairies.

    As for David Suzuki, I don't like him either, and I have an interesting reason for it. A friend who is a fellow Christian used to be his postman and they used to have chats about religion, science etc. The friend moved away to another city, and I think he got in touch with Suzuki again to see if he wanted to continue the conversations by correspondence. Suzuki had the nerve to send my friend a postcard of himself (ie. the kind of thing you'd send for fan mail) on which he had written "I'm really not interested, and it's always been the same since you started trying to lay that religion &$# on me." Unbelievable! The funny thing is, he shot himself in the foot by doing that. My friend, and my family who all heard this story, now all think of Suzuki as a jerk. All he had to do was send a polite note saying "Thanks for getting in touch again, but to be honest, I'm really not that keen to continue these discussions." But no...
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    Quote Originally Posted by SilkRoad View Post
    As for David Suzuki, I don't like him either, and I have an interesting reason for it. A friend who is a fellow Christian used to be his postman and they used to have chats about religion, science etc. The friend moved away to another city, and I think he got in touch with Suzuki again to see if he wanted to continue the conversations by correspondence. Suzuki had the nerve to send my friend a postcard of himself (ie. the kind of thing you'd send for fan mail) on which he had written "I'm really not interested, and it's always been the same since you started trying to lay that religion &$# on me." Unbelievable! The funny thing is, he shot himself in the foot by doing that. My friend, and my family who all heard this story, now all think of Suzuki as a jerk. All he had to do was send a polite note saying "Thanks for getting in touch again, but to be honest, I'm really not that keen to continue these discussions." But no...
    Oh dear...

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    One that comes to mind immediately is the late Dd Fortin(which would hate being labelled as a famous ''Canadian'').

    along with probably over half the artists from Qubec..

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