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GUEST,rarelamb BS: Dangerous World, for Canada (37) BS: Dangerous World, for Canada 20 Dec 05


It has come to my attention that the people of Canada need to have their ears boxed until they smell the sulfur from hell, that is our dangerous world.

After reading several threads on this site, it is clear that we need to educate our neighbors to the north. So let us review the growing danger to Canada:

1. Drop Bears. If you want to ignore them then you live in peril of your own ignorance. I have been beating this drum for a while and PROVEN that they are a risk.

2. Your proximity to the north pole puts you at increased risk from Rudolph the Red Nosed Terrorist. You have been warned.

Rudolph's link to terrorism

3. You are not immune to the rampages of armies of Drunk Santa Armies

4. Anyone who has seen the recent Coke commercial with the polar bears and penguins would reasonably ask why would Polar Bears hang out with their 'food'. It's because the polar bears have found new food, man meat.

5. It is also well known that penguins are very militaristic. The only thing that 'marches' is an army. The reality is that they poses weapons of mass destruction.

Penguin Nukes

6. Canadian Outrages will only be tolerated for so long. If you continue to piss off all of your world neighbors, you can not expect for there not to be some sort of retaliation. Everyone has their limits!

7. Let me ask you this: What would you do if an army of evil snowment decided to attack?

The horror of Frosty

8. If you really want the best beer, you will have to goto war with Belgium.

Better beer than any Canadian beer

9. Did I mention dropbears?


So you can see that the world is a dangerous place. WAKE UP CANADA!!!


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