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Meeting of Canadian Halfbakery members

It appears there are several members of the bakery who live in Canada.If anyone out there lives in the Toronto area,( Brampton, Mississauga,Georgetown, Vaughan etc ),and is interested in meeting face to face, go to my profile and check out the borrowed e-mail .Hope I did it correctly.Python.
-- python, Mar 18 2004

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Look around here, so far I found everything folksong and anthem I looked for. [kbecker, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Group Noun: An apology of Canadians
[jutta, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 21 2004]

HB Map http://www.geocitie...adradish/halfb.html
Show us where you are. [Worldgineer, Oct 04 2004, last modified Oct 05 2004]

hey can one of you guys tell me the words for the cannadian anthem , cuz i got the tune in my head and i keep making up my own words and they all cycle back to clean pipes , the same goes for danny boy
-- slapdash loser, Mar 18 2004


Good idea, but it's a bit of a drive for me. Maybe [2 fries] and myself can chair a west coast version.

Oh Canada
Our Home and Native Land
True patriot love
In all our sons command!

With glowing hearts
We see thee rise
The True North, strong and free!
From far and wide, oh Canada
We stand on guard for thee!!!

God keep our land
Glorious and free
Oh Canada, we stand on guard for thee!
Oh Canada, we stand on guard for theeeeee!

(Thunderous applause, hockey game commences)
-- Cedar Park, Mar 18 2004

I would very much like to meet fellow halfbakers face to face. The west coast would be a good start.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Mar 19 2004

my face your is not Canadian and has never been west of the Inner Hebrides.
-- calum, Mar 19 2004

sounds Canadian though. you sure about that Calum?
-- po, Mar 19 2004

I had a bridie for breakfast. I guess that makes it inner.
-- saker, Mar 19 2004

A canoodle of Canadians...?
-- Ling, Mar 19 2004

A touque (sp?) of Canadians?
-- GenYus, Mar 19 2004

I think that when we gather in any numbers they call it a hockey game eh.
Or an igloo raising.
-- 2 fries shy of a happy meal, Mar 19 2004

If you move the meeting to Nunavut, I’ll be there.
-- AO, Mar 19 2004

A politeness of Canadians?
-- hippo, Mar 19 2004

A royal mount of Canadians?
-- FarmerJohn, Mar 19 2004

a yawn? sorry, only kidding.
-- po, Mar 19 2004

If the meeting were to be in the lower mainland--pretty much gauranteed to be "half baked"!!
-- jonnicee, Mar 19 2004

A puck of Canucks.
-- waugsqueke, Mar 19 2004

How 'bout the Ozarks? Am I the only one?
-- echo, Mar 20 2004

I've spent time in Cape Girardeau, MO. I'd count it as "Ozark".
-- zigness, Mar 21 2004

Does that make you an Ozarkian?
-- Cedar Park, Mar 26 2004

How does one become Ozarkian?

(If there's any squealing involved, I would not be interested.)
-- K-trein, Mar 26 2004

I vote our next meeting takes place in the Ozarks, if just to escape the [cretin].
-- RayfordSteele, Mar 28 2004

[UB]: Don't forget the wasboard and jug!
-- Cedar Park, Mar 29 2004

If the west-coasters want to meet in a sun-and-sand zone, I'll gladly chair the meeting.
-- normzone, Mar 29 2004

Traverse City? That's not too far from my corner of Michigan, (Bloomfield Hills, just outside of Pontiac).
-- RayfordSteele, Aug 20 2004

If it happens near the west coast, some of us Seattleites can swing by (need a ride [bris]?). Maybe the Washingtonians can come too. I love trips to Canada, mostly for the accents don't cha know.
-- Worldgineer, Aug 21 2004

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