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Re: sacred geometry of the world's longest peaceful national border
There's always 27 April 1813, the day the U.S. burned York (Toronto).
(Oh, now I've gone and done it. All Sinclairs will be plunged into war. :-)
John S. Quarterman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
PS: Wouldn't the appropriate date for the *far* north be 1 April 1999,
when Nunavut was created?
>It may be surprising but the 4th of July is not the day of celebration of
>nationhood here in the far North.
>Confederation, and hence our second season, is celebrated on the 1st of
>July, Bastille day the 14th. The 4th is for youse guys to the South alone.
>For this, send me the Glenlivet, emergency or otherwise.
>From: DSinc39156@aol.com <DSinc39156@aol.com>
>To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
>Date: Wednesday, May 17, 2000 9:44 PM
>Subject: Re: sacred geometry
>>Ken, I must admit, you're a smoooth one! But I suppose being in
>>and only having 2 seasons (winter and the fourth of July) one could get a
>>bit edgey. I'll send an emergency bottle of Glenlivet.
>>Donald Sinclair (Indianapolis)
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