>To: "CELTIC-L - The Celtic Culture List." <[log in to unmask]>
>From: Robert Anders <[log in to unmask]>
>Subject: Re: bloodlines and Woodrow Wilson (full nutritional Value)
>At 01:41 PM 2/17/96 -0800, you wrote:
>>Thats great, I wasn't sure anyone was paying attention. KD Lang, Alanis
>>Morrisette etc. etc.
>>Did anyone catch our head twisting Rambo-like Prime Minister the other day?
>>Jean (Claude Van Damme) Chretien, the wrencher-of-neck from Quebec. I wonder
>>who would win if he and Clinton went at it.
>>> I don't know about that Drew! It seems to me that Canada has had
>>as great an influence on American Culture ( I'm from Connecticut, but I was
>>living in New Brunswick last year) as the States have had on Canada...
>>consider the top talent in acting... (okay, not all of them are tops) bill
>>murray, steve martin, jim carey (no not the Caps goaltender) just to name a
>>few. and from what I have heard of Canadian music, it is quite distinctive
>>and well, good with great bands such as Moist, Tragically Hip, 54-40, again
>>just to name a few. I think we southerners are fooling ourselves if we
>>don't think Canada has been a tremendous influence on us in the past and
>>will continue to be in the future...
I don't know, but certainly Perizou would get jealous and probably limp into the fray. Chretien has that French accent though, much more strongly than Clinton's weak southern. Hmmm... in a verbal war, Chretien would probably win, because, no matter what we Americans think (I proposed to the Canadians at my school we be called "STATERS") the Canadian Parliamentary system is a lot less friendly than the U.S. counterpart. They get a lot more hacks in...Don't you think it's a bit odd that Chretien so vehemently opposes Quebec's liberation movement????
Anyway, I'm sure Perizou would win that fight- if they didn't move around too much... :)A'm swynsei Math, Cyn bum diaered..."
I had been marked by kind, before I became immortal...
Taliesin, in the Hanes Taliesen
"It is Mor Cylch, the maze of life,' Tegid told me. 'It is trodden in darkness with just enough light to see the next step or two ahead, but not more. At each turn the soul must decide whether to journey on or whether to go back the way it came.'
'What if the soul does not journey one? What if it chooses to go back the way it came?'
'Stagnation and death,' Tegid replied with mild vehemence. He seemed irritated that anyone would consider retreating."
from The Paradise War, by Stephen R. Lawhead
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