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Old 10-12-09, 05:25 PM
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...make a national holiday for him? That's overkill (though I did appreciate the day off today).




Old 10-12-09, 05:32 PM
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it's thanksgiving here in Canada
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Ban.
Old 10-12-09, 06:21 PM
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Re: Chris Columbus was an OK family-movie director, but...

GuessWho, someone who has been around these parts as long as you should be above such lame humor. Color me disappointed.

Don't ban this guy, he's provided a lot of good material in his time.

P.S. You got the day off? You work for the government now or something?
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Ha! 22 states don't even OBSERVE Columbus Day!
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Canadians don't count.
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Re: Chris Columbus was an OK family-movie director, but...

So.. do you guys have Canadian turkey that, much like bacon, sucks compared to the American version?
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This forum needs a Gong Show mode.
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You'd have appreciated the Big Bang Theory tonight.
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Re: Chris Columbus was an OK family-movie director, but...

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Ha! 22 states don't even OBSERVE Columbus Day!
They must have really hated the first two Harry Potter movies.

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