No no no, you've got it backwards. We ship *you* the likes of Alan Thicke,
Michael J. Fox, J.D. Roberts, and Pam Anderson. We find that a much more
effective and subtle means of reducing you south-of-the-border types to a
warm and comfie vegetative state.
> They had no birth certificate for their 2 month old baby
> (the nerve)
Honestly, they've got to be synaptically-challenged not to know that
you've got to have papers for babies crossing the border - both ways.
Even *I* know this, and I don't have kids.
>and Ms. Gestapo practically had the mother in tears,
> interrogating her, insulting her. It was pretty awful to watch.
> she gave them a lecture on the importance of carrying your
> documentation with you at all times, and let them on the bus.
I hope they got the message. Idiots.
> So, I can now, if I decide I so desperately want to be able to enter
> Canada a free man, and enjoy all the wonderful....Umm. Okay, someone
> help me out. What is it again that Canada has, that I can't get in the
Your mother's family?
>Besides a population who secretly wish they were Americans?
Yeah, that's it.
> Screw that. Who are they to decide if I have been rehabilitated, when
> they crime happened outside their country, outside their laws, a
> decade ago??
Who are we to decide?! Well, we're an autonomous country - we get to
decide all sorts of cool things - you'd be surprised.
>They're not getting another cent from me.
You better not make any phone calls up here then. We get part of your
long-distance charges. Letters too.
> No more tourism from my wife and I. Anything tagged Fabrique en Canada,
> labeled with a maple leaf or smelling faintly of moose, stays on the
> Buy American!!
Ah yes, protectionism. A bit tired, n'est pas?
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