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Today CN owns approximately 20,400 route miles of track.
Oh crap what am I saying,,, nothing to see here move along.. move along weather sucks we use the beaks off the mosquitoes for hammer handles... those of us that make it to fall that is... jeez its so cold the beer cases come with block heaters we celebrate christmas at the same time as australia... only time santa claus can dig his way down to the top of the chimney darn seen the sun once...in a picture... only place i know of that stocks beer cozies.... I became an alcohalic just so i could get the shakes going in the oposite direction of the shivers just to get them to cancel out if it warms up a little tonight I just might climb out of the stove and go sleep by the heater.. move alon nothing to see here nothing to see
Originally posted by badfish86
reply to post by St-Patrick
That is the greatest news I've heard in a long time. we disurve are hockey teams cause CANADA IS HOCKEY, yea american teams always win we know. but look at the rosters most Stanley Cup winning teams are stacked with Canadian players
Gary "Napoleon Bonaparte" Betman
Balsillie has offered $212.5 million for the franchise, which has spent the past 12 seasons in the desert since leaving Winnipeg, Manitoba prior to the 1996-97 season.
Camp X - It's where Ian Fleming trained to be a spy during WWII - then he went on to create James Bond 007
Camp X was the unofficial name of a Second World War paramilitary and commando training installation, on the northwestern shore of Lake Ontario between Whitby and Oshawa in Ontario, Canada. The area is known today as Intrepid Park, after the code name for Sir William Stephenson of the British Security Coordination.