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Old 01-09-2010
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Me and my roomates buy it in a bag. Not sure why tho haha Tradition I guess. But it does cost 1$ less then anything else and we buy in bulk.
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I know for BC, the reason why our taxes are so freakin' high is because we are run by a bunch of incompetent morons who spend money like its going out of style. We're knocking on $2B just for the Olympics alone, and almost F all has really been done around here. The scary thing is, they are the only half-responsible people to vote for, their opposition is even worse and they know that. Its getting time to partake in some wholesome rooftop voting me thinks. LR
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now i don't think that's true matt, have you seen the hiway up to whistler? it is so much nicer than it was... i took my old 71 torino up there, just after they started it... about 3-4 years ago, only just past horseshoe bay was 3 lanes each way, and it stopped before britanica beach just before i got to whistler, the road was so bad, i had to do like 40, because A) it was so dark i couldn't see, even with high beams on. B) the roads were so windy and the trees were so close to the road, every corner was blind, and C) the road was so uneven, i probably put more flex into the suspension of my torino on that drive, than i have on my ranger when 4x4ing!

i hear the downtown core is hardcore different already though... i haven't been back since august, and even then, i was only there for like 12 hours before heading down to utah
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Yeah, I know the highway well. Have delivered to the Home Depot and Walmart in Squamish for years, both before and after the highway upgrade. Most of the money was federal, a bit of it provincial.

There's been a bunch done to the downtown core, mostly cosmetic stuff that will be gone in a couple of months. It's pretty cool that we get to host the Olympics, but there's close to a billion alone just in security, let alone the rest of it. Its another Montreal, we'll be paying this crap off for generations, and the prices to see it are so outrageous that you gotta be making nearly 7 figure incomes to spend any time up there right now. They basically maxed out the Van city budget and credit a few times over, to the point that no one would lend them any money anymore. All for 2 weeks plus two weeks of special olympics.. LR
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with the cultural olympics and all that, it's supposed to be like 6 weeks... hopefully it will fair similar to the 88 calgary olympics... where calgary actually benefited from it... but the economies are greatly different between the cities, so who knows...i just hope that vancouver will benefit... if not, it will give me a good opportunity to move back home, and buy a dirt cheap house, when the economy completely fails! :D

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whos downsizing their navy and consider themselves peace keepers? surely not us. canada is the ***** in this situation lol.

come down here and say canada rules. youll be laughed at and then beaten haha
LOL - can't be;lieve someone said nobody likes canada..lol
I have been all over world and the united states is HATED world wide.
And this is why - they use military as a solution to everything.

I have no issue with the americans I know but **** like this is hilarious.

And if you ever go to alaska ask them if they feel american, all the alaskkans I met said eh, and drank molson canadian.
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We have Tim hortons around me too.
Indeed. Once you go toward PA and WV you start seeing them. Central and South East Ohio also have them. Whenever I get near Columbus I stop at the closest one to get a cup. I first tried their coffee when I went to Canada in like 2006. Good stuff. Much stronger than Amercan coffee-by-the-cup.

I <3 Tim Horton's LOL

And I work at Dunkin' Donuts.
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never have seen a tim hortons but dunkin donuts has the best coffee hands down
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LOL - can't be;lieve someone said nobody likes canada..lol
I have been all over world and the united states is HATED world wide.
And this is why - they use military as a solution to everything.

I have no issue with the americans I know but **** like this is hilarious.

And if you ever go to alaska ask them if they feel american, all the alaskkans I met said eh, and drank molson canadian.
This thread is from January you moron. Way to bring back a 11 month old pissing match. Where did you even find this thing? Did you search coffee on R/F or Canada vs America? Or cupholder?

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never have seen a tim hortons but dunkin donuts has the best coffee hands down
Personally I like Tim Hortons and McDonalds coffee better. But since I work at DD and get it free I can't complain. And it's not like it is bad. Just not my favorite. I drink a TON of ice coffee while I am work. I have one of the big 24oz DD iced beverage travel mugs. Things massive. Plus I get 1.99 worth of coffee for .99 plus my 10% employee discount :)
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lucky bastard lol...McD's coffee isnt too bad
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Lol - exactly
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Canada is America's hat...like Mexico is America's pants.
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Canada is America's hat...like Mexico is America's pants.
Here we go again...
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Here we go again...
11 months later LOL
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