on 7/1/03 12:35 PM, Vince Wilding at vince@VinceWilding.com wrote: ... Two things (at least) 1) Confederation, ( go to theMessage 1 of 4 , Jul 1, 2003View Sourceon 7/1/03 12:35 PM, Vince Wilding at vince@... wrote:
<stereotypical American accent >
...Let me tell 'ya something!
> Congratulations, but what are you celebrating? Semi-independence? ;-)Two things (at least) 1) Confederation, ( go to the website you put up, it
does explain it).
2) decent beer
> For us Usaians:
> Craig Williams wrote:
>> To all the Canadian members of the list, Happy Canada Day
>> The Maple Leaf, our emblem dear
>> the Maple Leaf forever,
>> God save our Queen and Heaven bless
>> the Maple Leaf forever!
> Vince Wilding (Splotch, Fuzzee and Minnie's Majordomo)
> Vince (at) VinceWilding (dot) com --- http://www.VinceWilding.com
> http://www.WincingDevil.com (Piratical and reenacting stuff)
> --- Insert pithy quote here ---
> The War of 1812: In Europe, thousands fought over the fate of hundreds of
> square miles: in North America, hundreds determined the fate of THOUSANDS of
> square miles...
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Nice attempt, Vince, but the syntax isn t quite right. I take it you re using the latest version of Babelfish which has this logic flaw. The correctMessage 1 of 4 , Jul 1, 2003View SourceNice attempt, Vince, but the syntax isn't quite right. I take it
you're using the latest version of Babelfish which has this logic
flaw. The correct translation should be "Take off, eh? Ya hoser!".
Hope this helps. Oh, and in honour of this coming Friday's south-of-
the-49th festivities, may I be the first one to say "Up the
--- In WarOf1812@yahoogroups.com, Vince Wilding <vince@V...> wrote:
> <Sterotypical Canadian Accent>
> Take off, hoser, Eh?
> </Sterotypical Canadian Accent>
> Congratulations, but what are you celebrating? Semi-independence? ;-