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Fishin' Alberta With Paul Chaisson

This is my new website for
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Introducing an all season lure, including ice fishing. You can troll with them, fly fish and jig for ice fishing.

I have nine colours and packs come in two. We also have combo pack with all nine colours. Here is Angelas Das doing a demo of them.



You can also twist the blades to have them splash harder. Here are some pics with fish caught with this custom tackle.
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Steve Meredith caught this perch with olive green Demon flies.
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The green Demon flies are used for walleye, perch, pike. White fish love the pink Demon Flies.
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Homeless Man Joins Busker

I went out busking in Leeds on New Year's Eve and, after a while, was joined by a homeless man in a wheelchair who asked if he could sing with me. As a busker, I spend a lot of time on the streets and had seen this man many times over the years, but didn't know he was singer.


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Saturday Sessions July 1st Presents

This weeks Canada Day Mark Ammar's Saturday Sessions show 678 presents - Barry Campbell - I have always enjoyed Barry's style of play. His very versatile choice of tunes can include everything from Peter Tosh to Pink Floyd with a present funky, blues, reggae, soul feel.

Barry's debut CD, “Ballad of a Ne’er Do Well”, is an awesome blues album that was released to rave revues and great air play. Its a disc with a guitar heavy sound which melds Barry’s love of Blues and Reggae.
Barry drew on diverse influences such as: Toots and the Maytalls, Freddy King, Bob Marley, Gov't Mule, Peter Tosh and Magic Sam. I first met Barry back in our start up days at The Castlerock Pub in the early 2000's and he's become a regular invite as our guest each year.. - Mark Ammar 780-217-9787.

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Celebrate Canada's 150th

Celebrate Canada's 150th
So, What do we Canadians Have to be Proud of Particularly on this our 150th Birthday!

1. Smarties, which unlike Reese's Pieces melt in your mouth and not in your hand (not sold in the USA ).

2. Crispy Crunch and Coffee Crisp (not sold in the USA ).

3. The size of our football fields, one less down, and bigger balls.

4. Baseball is Canadian - 1st game June 4, 1838 - Ingersoll, ON.

5. Lacrosse is Canadian.

6. Hockey is Canadian.

7. Basketball is Canadian.

8. Apple pie is Canadian.

9. Mr. Dress-up beats Mr. Rogers.

10. Tim Hortons beats Dunkin' Donuts.

11. In the war of 1812, started by America , Canadians pushed the Americans back past their White House. Then we burned it, and most of Washington ... We got bored because they ran away. Then, we came home and partied. Go figure.

12. Canada has the largest French population that never surrendered to Germany .

13. We have the largest English population that never surrendered or withdrew during any war to anyone, anywhere. EVER! (We got clobbered in the odd battle but prevailed in ALL the wars).

14.. Our civil war was fought in a bar and lasted a little over an hour.

15. The only person who was arrested in our civil war was an American mercenary, he slept in and missed the whole thing. He showed up just in time to get caught.

16. A Canadian invented Standard Time.

17. The Hudsons Bay Company (while Canadian owned + operated) once owned over 10% of the earth's surface and is still around as the world's oldest company.

18. The average dog sled team can kill and devour a full grown human in under 3 minutes.

19.. We know what to do with the parts of a buffalo.

20.. We don't marry our kin-folk.

21. We invented ski-doos, jet-skis, Velcro, zippers, insulin, penicillin and the telephone. Also short wave radios which save countless lives each year.

22.. We have all frozen our tongues to something metal and lived to tell about it.

23. A Canadian invented Superman.

24. We have coloured money.

25. Our beer advertisements kick ass (Incidentally ... so does our beer) but most important, the handles on our beer cases are big enough to fit your hands in with mitts on.

OOOoohhhhh Canada!

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* 'I love the quadruple chin just over my lady bits!' The internet goes wild over bizarre SWIMSUIT that is covered with Donald Trump's 'shocked' face.

* BBC Anchor Sits Calmly In Silence For 4 Minutes As Live Broadcast Implodes.

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Anti-Poaching Drive Brings Siberia’s Tigers Back From Brink

Anti-Poaching Drive
In February, Pavel Fomenko was told that the body of a young female tiger had been discovered underneath a car parked outside the town of Luchegorsk, in eastern Russia. Fomenko – head of rare species conservation for WWF Russia – took the corpse for examination where he uncovered the grim details of the animal’s death.

The Amur tiger, which is also known as the Siberian tiger, had been caught in a trap and had chewed off a paw to free itself. It was left crippled, unable to hunt, and died of starvation while seeking shelter under the car.

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June 30, 2017

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Teaching The Kids To Fish
Teaching The Kids To Fish
A reader captured this photo of adults teaching kids the finer points of fishing. Isn't it great to see kids enjoying the outdoors being taught about the environment? Too bad the canoe launch dock on the Sturgeon river is clearly signed as a 'no fishing' area.


Al Bohachyk Declares Bid For Council

Al Bohachyk
I am pleased to announce my candidacy as a St. Albert City Councillor for October 16, 2017.
 
I have been a resident of St. Albert for 33 years, am married to Barbara (also for 33 years), Dad to two adult children and ‘Grandpa’ to a brand new grandson. Both of our children were raised in St Albert as happy and healthy participants in the many activities available to all St Albert residents. As a family, we all know how fortunate we have been to live in such a friendly, accessible and well served community.
 
I am retired from the Edmonton Police Service (EPS) having completed 30 years of service. I concluded my policing career as an Inspector, working as an on-street senior manager responsible for control of all manner of critical and resource dependent incidents. This experience exposed me to many different management strategies, problem solving duties, community consultation, budgets, supervision, training and professional standards investigations. I gained negotiation, mediation and conflict resolution experience operating in different non-profit governance models, including President of the Edmonton Police Association, President of the Alberta Federation of Police Associations and as an executive member in several social clubs (EPS Fish and Game, EPS Veterans). Since retirement, I have worked for the Alberta Professional Outfitters Society to develop and implement their ‘professional conduct’ policy and practice and have contracted back with the Professional Standards Branch of the EPS. Of all this experience, I believe the most important management lesson learned was the value of teamwork.
 
I will work towards improved Council accountability and transparency by creating an easily accessible record of all individual councillor motions and votes. Background information for scheduled meeting agenda items must be available for Councillors and the public much earlier than present (for the public, the information is only available Friday afternoon for a Monday meeting).  
 
My position is that we must consider facility sharing and cost sharing when deliberating any new community facility in St. Albert. We cannot continue to consider building stand-alone swimming pools, skating rinks or libraries. Every option must be examined carefully to achieve cost efficient, accessible, and functional facilities.
 
I have been actively involved in the research and promotion of the adoption of a Policing Committee for St. Albert. This involved much work in determining how local RCMP deployments were being prioritized by the City, what mechanism was available to review and align those priorities with community expectations, and how the legislation could be adapted to bring true civilian oversight to our community. City Council recently passed a Bylaw enabling this oversight, which should see the full operation of the Committee by the New Year.
 
Provincial standards require regular community surveys specifically for policing. I will ensure this standard is maintained. I believe it is important to re-establish policing priorities for vehicle thefts, vandalism, thefts from vehicles and other property crimes. Distracted driving enforcement must be a priority.

I have attended most of our City Council meetings over the last year. I came to realize there are many issues that would benefit from more thorough dialogue  between Council and Administration. All of Council should be asking informed and reasoned questions to ensure the best information is available for every resident of St. Albert. Such dedicated scrutiny will surely improve efficiency in the manner which City services are provided. Unnecessary costs must be addressed and curtailed.
 
I intend to examine the routing and scheduling of St Albert Transit bus service to retain those routes which work well and ensure residents have consistent access. This review will seek to reduce costs and improve efficiency.
 
I fully support the continued development, maintenance and upgrades of our parks, trails and green spaces. We must be diligent in saving all of those spaces for our future generations.
 
I understand the value of supporting our different community groups who assist seniors with active living and who work with homeless and disadvantaged community members. This important work supports those have worked to build the City we now enjoy and helps make life better for those who need a shoulder to lean on.
 
I believe businesses will succeed in a community where property taxes are reasonable, where amenities are in harmony with resident’s ability to pay, and where debt does not curtail optimism. A healthy community is also a healthy location to operate a business.
 
But over and above any specific initiatives, I propose to bring an attitude that the money spent by the City of St. Albert cannot be considered unlimited. I will respect taxpayer dollars like they were my own…I will make every dollar count. I will often ask ‘why?’ I will work to reduce and ultimately eliminate debt.
 
My experience is that well managed and publicly responsive entities can be efficient, customer friendly, and still considered ‘great’. That is what I believe is right for St. Albert. It is what has made this City such a great place to raise our family.
 
Allan Bohachyk
St. Albert
 
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This weeks Canada Day Mark Ammar's Saturday Sessions show 678 presents - Barry Campbell - I have always enjoyed Barry's style of play. His very versatile choice of tunes can include everything from Peter Tosh to Pink Floyd with a present funky, blues, reggae, soul feel.

Barry's debut CD, “Ballad of a Ne’er Do Well”, is an awesome blues album that was released to rave revues and great air play. Its a disc with a guitar heavy sound which melds Barry’s love of Blues and Reggae.
Barry drew on diverse influences such as: Toots and the Maytalls, Freddy King, Bob Marley, Gov't Mule, Peter Tosh and Magic Sam. I first met Barry back in our start up days at The Castlerock Pub in the early 2000's and he's become a regular invite as our guest each year.. - Mark Ammar 780-217-9787.
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The Haircut

The Haircut
One day a florist went to a barber for a haircut.

After the cut, he asked about his bill, and the barber replied, 'I cannot accept money from you , I'm doing community service this week.' The florist was pleased and left the shop.

When the barber went to open his shop the next morning, there was a 'thank you' card and a dozen roses waiting for him at his door.

Later, a cop comes in for a haircut, and when he tries to pay his bill, the barber again replied, 'I cannot accept money from you , I'm doing community service this week.' The cop was happy and left the shop.

The next morning when the barber went to open up, there was a 'thank you' card and a dozen donuts waiting for him at his door.

Then a member of parliament came in for a haircut, and when he went to pay his bill, the barber again replied, 'I can not accept money from you. I'm doing community service this week.' The member of parliament was very happy and left the shop.

The next morning, when the barber went to open up, there were a dozen members of parliament lined up waiting for a free haircut.

And that, my friends, illustrates the fundamental difference between the citizens of our country and the politicians who run it.

Both politicians and diapers need to be changed often and for the same
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WEBBITS

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* Tim Hortons to sell poutine doughnut for Canada Day.

* Woman sues casino that offered her steak dinner instead of $43 million jackpot.

* BONKERS DECISION? Man, 48, engaged to prostitute he met at £130 sex session insists she can continue to sleep with up to five men A DAY for cash.

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The Best Place To View The Total Solar Eclipse This Summer, According To Science

The Best Place To View
By now we’ve all heard the biggest news of 2017, fated in the heavens for eons before humanity’s earliest ancestors walked the savannahs: There’s an eclipse this August 21st, and it’s carving a path right through these great United States of America. GO GET IT NERDS.

Being both a meteorologist and an astronomy buff, and (quite frankly) a human being that relishes in once-in-a-lifetime soul-shattering experiences, I whipped out Microsoft Excel to try to answer the first question that came to mind when a few friends and I were planning our road trip target to the centerline of the eclipse. Factoring in clouds, where is the best place to go that maximizes our chances of seeing this spectacle?

I couldn’t find a single source on the internet that answered this most crucial of queries. So, I dug into it myself.

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June 29, 2017

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Notes From Norman
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Barry's debut CD, “Ballad of a Ne’er Do Well”, is an awesome blues album that was released to rave revues and great air play. Its a disc with a guitar heavy sound which melds Barry’s love of Blues and Reggae.
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Ramblings Of A Tired Mind

Ramblings Of A Tired Mind

My girlfriend thinks that I'm a stalker. 

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* Here are the top 10 US states for having a threesome.

* 'I'll find you and your family': BMW motorist issues chilling threats as he launches a foul-mouthed tirade at a bus driver taking children to school.
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5 Weird Old Home Trends I'd Love To See Make A Comeback

5 Weird Old Home
Design preferences tend to change over time, and when you're looking back at vintage interiors a lot of them can seem, well, strange. But it's also true that a lot of "new" trends are really just ones recycled from the past—things that a few years ago would have seemed odd, are now suddenly all the rage. And a lot of times my own reaction to strange old trends is less "that's so strange" and more "why don't we still have that?". Here are five weird old trends I'd love to see make a comeback.

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June 28, 2017

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A SAP Editorial

The Farce Called Photo Radar
And The Need To Curb Speed


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While council and administration can crow all they want about photo radar being used to promote traffic safety, they lie to us every time it is mentioned.

If this was not a cash cow city, why would it be included in the revenue budget, adjusted each and every year and why do they continue to add more radar units to the collection plate?

There are many locations in this city where they demonstrate daily that it is all about revenue and nothing else. It is used in location after location with no justification that the location is a safety hazard.

Instead they use it to shoot ducks in a barrel. And of course when you hit a duck, you get a prize. The prize being cash in city coffers.

But there are locations where radar should be used, and often. Not photo radar of course, but real radar with real police officers with real penalties and real points on real drivers licenses.

Take Falstaff Avenue for instance. It is short. It is wide. It is the main connector road between Forest Drive and Hebert Road, the outlet to either the Trail or Boudreau and on to the Henday on either route.

The limit there, in a residential neighbourhood of course, is 50 kph. But crossing that avenue on my daily walks is a test. Vehicles travel much faster than the posted limit. The last time I saw a vehicle doing just 50 kph was a long time ago. It has become a raceway and drivers regularly reach speeds of 80 kph or more as they gun the engine down the avenue.

The worst offenders? School buses. With passengers. Hurrying from Akinsdale schools over to Forest Lawn schools around 3:30 p.m. every afternoon using the short cut to Forest Drive from Hebert.

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If the RCMP and the city are serious about curbing speeding, they are missing the opportunity every weekday on Falstaff. It too would be like shooting ducks in a barrel. Only it would be a barrel with real consequences for offenders by not using photo radar.

Ever see any kind of radar on that short section of local speedway? Neither have we.



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Barry's debut CD, “Ballad of a Ne’er Do Well”, is an awesome blues album that was released to rave revues and great air play. Its a disc with a guitar heavy sound which melds Barry’s love of Blues and Reggae.
Barry drew on diverse influences such as: Toots and the Maytalls, Freddy King, Bob Marley, Gov't Mule, Peter Tosh and Magic Sam. I first met Barry back in our start up days at The Castlerock Pub in the early 2000's and he's become a regular invite as our guest each year.. - Mark Ammar 780-217-9787.
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Not Too Smart, Are We?

Not Too Smart, Are We?
Two aliens are flying near earth.

The first one says, "The dominant life form here have developed satellite based nuclear weapons."

The second one says, "Are they an emerging intelligence?"

The first one says, "I don't think so, they have it aimed at themselves."

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The Cold War Was Once Fought With Bonkers Concept Cars

The Cold War Was
It’s not widely known, but for a very brief period in the early 1950s, the Cold War was being fought with massive, bulbous slabs of cyclopean automotive futurism: the first concept cars. Before the Space Race got started, America and the Soviet Union squared off behind panoramic windshields and huge steering wheels. Let’s meet these first Cold Warriors.

America arguably invented the whole idea of the concept car way back in 1938, with Harley Earl’s Y-Job. After World War II, American carmakers were getting back on their feet, and General Motors was ready to show off again.

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June 27, 2017

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Letters, We Get Letters
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Don, - I don’t know if you can or want to use this as the writing isn’t very clear, but it's a photo a friend of my son in Whitehorse took on his recent trip he’s doing through BC in his large RV bus and towed vehicle.

His comment is included here: "The sign on this truck at Farwell Canyon simply said "DUST CONTROL". You had one job, son…”

I’d say pretty funny, unless stuck in the dust … -
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Lewis and Oswald decide to apply for second jobs as airport security guards so that Oswald can afford his nursing school tuition.


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This weeks Canada Day Mark Ammar's Saturday Sessions show 678 presents - Barry Campbell - I have always enjoyed Barry's style of play. His very versatile choice of tunes can include everything from Peter Tosh to Pink Floyd with a present funky, blues, reggae, soul feel.

Barry's debut CD, “Ballad of a Ne’er Do Well”, is an awesome blues album that was released to rave revues and great air play. Its a disc with a guitar heavy sound which melds Barry’s love of Blues and Reggae.
Barry drew on diverse influences such as: Toots and the Maytalls, Freddy King, Bob Marley, Gov't Mule, Peter Tosh and Magic Sam. I first met Barry back in our start up days at The Castlerock Pub in the early 2000's and he's become a regular invite as our guest each year.. - Mark Ammar 780-217-9787.
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Giving Directions

Giving Directions
A delightful, angelic little boy was waiting for his mother outside the ladies room of the gas station.

As he stood there, he was approached by a man who asked, "Sonny, can you tell me where the Post Office is?"

The little boy replied, "Sure! Just go straight down this street two blocks and turn to your right. It's on the left."

The man thanked the boy kindly, complimented him on how bright he was and said, "I'm the new pastor in town. If you and your mommy come to church on Sunday, I'll show you how to get to Heaven."

The little boy replied with a chuckle; "You're kidding me, right? You can't even find the Post Office."

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100-Year-Old Mobster John Franzese Released From Federal Prison

100-Year-Old Mobster
He beat a life sentence.

At 100 years old, mobster John (Sonny) Franzese — the oldest inmate in the federal prison system — was released Friday from a Massachusetts lockup.

The former Colombo underboss finally saw the light of day after wrapping up an eight-year prison term at the Federal Medical Center in in Devens, Mass. He had been convicted of shaking down the Hustler and Penthouse strip clubs in Manhattan.

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June 26, 2017

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Barry's debut CD, “Ballad of a Ne’er Do Well”, is an awesome blues album that was released to rave revues and great air play. Its a disc with a guitar heavy sound which melds Barry’s love of Blues and Reggae.
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A Valedictorian Went Rogue In His Final Speech

A Valedictorian Went Rogue
Peter Butera, class president for the entirety of his life as a high school student — all four often-frustrating years of it — took the stage at Friday’s graduation ceremony after the recital of the class poem, which had offended no one.

When the principal of Wyoming Area Secondary Center in Exeter, Pa., had finished applauding the poem, Butera walked up and laid his speech on the podium: the lines he’d dutifully cleared with administrators, and those he had not.

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June 25, 2017

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Cloverlodge Stampede With Al Popil

Hi Don, Some snaps from the 38th annual Cloverlodge Stampede at Viking, Alberta, yesterday (Saturday). Yuppers, got a down pour of rain at the beginning. First time shooting this rodeo and pix speak for themselves. Rodeo continues today at 1:00 p.m. - Al.

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Steer rassler, Jerry Stojan of Sexsmith, AB, and steer both do a header into the dirt.

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Bentley, AB, bulldogger, Troy Pollitt, misses his steer.

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Junior bull rider, Nick Brigley of Coronation, AB, and bull both take a tumble into the dirt.

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Bull rider, Logan Bremner of Westerose, AB, gets bucked off of bull Just For Laughs.

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Just For Laughs horns Westerose, AB, bullrider Logan Bremner.

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Bull fighter, Jay McIntyer, distracts bull, Just For Laughs, from downed bull rider, Logan Bremner.

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MY CANADA

By Don Hamaliuk

Oh Canada, Oh Canada, so young and so free
Diversity abounds and so accepting of me
I am so very proud of what you’ve become
A winning team; “One for all and all for one”

You have all this hope, for the future of humanity
And the desire to squash, dictatorship insanity
Accommodating that, comes with so many issues
Difficult to fulfill, most all of those wishes

But your commitment to our world, for a better place
Is a positive influence, for our evolving human race
So please continue, with the focus that you’ve got
A mindful philosophy and so carefully thought

I can see where your headed and I want to come too
If I’m lagging behind, there’s no need to stew
My view at times stifled, by the dollars and cents
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Barry drew on diverse influences such as: Toots and the Maytalls, Freddy King, Bob Marley, Gov't Mule, Peter Tosh and Magic Sam. I first met Barry back in our start up days at The Castlerock Pub in the early 2000's and he's become a regular invite as our guest each year.. - Mark Ammar 780-217-9787.
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The Fourtune Teller

The Fourtune Teller
A guy is driving along when he spots a gypsies caravan on the side of the road with a sign saying, "readings $10 per person".

He pulls over thinking this could be a laugh, and enters the caravan.

The gypsy immediately grabs his hands, looks at them for a couple of seconds and looks up into the guys eyes.

She says, "Thriller, pretty woman, when doves cry, stairway to heaven."

"Wow", said the guy, "those are my favourite songs!"

"Impressive", he continues, "please, tell me my future."

"Can't," exclaims the gypsy, "I am just a four tune teller!"

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Facts Vs. Fantasy About Viagra On The Lake

Facts Vs. Fantasy
"A Canadian is somebody who knows how to make love in a canoe." — attributed to Pierre Berton, 1973

Pierre Berton was fairly certain he never uttered this oft-cited line about a highly specialized Canuck skill. But, says his son Paul, editor-in-chief of The Hamilton Spectator, his late father thought "it was a good quote and he was happy to take credit if people kept insisting."

So, no, dear newcomer to Canada, you will not be required to demonstrate this ability at your citizenship ceremony, nor is there any mention in the oath of promising to make sexy time in the most Canadian of vessels.

But the act itself, and why this line endures, is worthy of examination.

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