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    Get off the computer and get that boat in the water!!!

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    swimming on the roof today, 4" water up there

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    While we are on the subject. Canada celebrates Thanksgiving in October. It celebrates the Fourth of July on July 1st. So when is Canadian New Years?

    Have a Happy one when ever it is.

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    Originally posted by htg guy
    Get off the computer and get that boat in the water!!!
    Aye Aye Captain,

    Happy New Year
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    Originally posted by benncool
    While we are on the subject. Canada celebrates Thanksgiving in October. It celebrates the Fourth of July on July 1st. ...
    Its just that we get our butts in gear a bit faster then the US...
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    OH GOD NOT ANOTHER CELINE DION THREAD ...
    thehumid1-------I live in NJ, a state where it's free to come in but you have to pay to leave!

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    And what exactly is "Boxing Day"?

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    Originally posted by bb
    And what exactly is "Boxing Day"?
    Just another Canadian holiday...some of us get it with pay.

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    Originally posted by bb
    And what exactly is "Boxing Day"?
    It is an old english tradition. They boxed up their leftovers and left them on the porch the day after christmas for the less fortunate.

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    Originally posted by sirtab
    [QUOTEIt is an old english tradition. They boxed up their leftovers and left them on the porch the day after christmas for the less fortunate.
    I always put the left over turkey on the back porch because there is not enough room in the refrigerator. Those English beggars better not come sniffing around my chow. We have 357 magnums in America. Happy Holidays.

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    in modern times i think it refers to what people will do to get the discounted goods at after christmas sales that start the deay after christmas

    And as for the 4th of july thats American Independance Day when you yanks gave jolly olde England the middle finger.

    We Canadians did not Thus we celebrate Canada day on July the 1st its different to your Independance Day

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    what is hocky



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