I am currently in Canada. I haven't been here since 2003.

The border guard was not amused by the large amount of telecom gear in my Car, but I wasn't searched.

Canada is almost like here but different enough to make me question reality. Why? Kilometers, neighbour. It just slightly different here. I might go gambling and might stay until tomorrow. Who knows what adventures await!

Ps: they serve fries with gravy here. Unquestionably awesome!

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  1. its not going across that is the issue, usually it is the coming back (on the us-side) where they are pricks and search happy.

    as far as i know, the us is the only place where milage is used. everywhere else uses metric.

    glad to see that you are once again able to freely travel (and enjoy it). 🙂

    1. According to a canadian at a party last night, road signs in London are in miles, though the speeds are km/h.

      I've never been there, so I can't confirm.

      There's a random stretch of road in Kentucky where the exit signs are in km and miles with the km first!

    2. You are incorrect, sir!

      I just got done watching the latest episode of Torchwood, a spin-off of Dotor Who from the BBC. One of the plot points was a stolen SUV, which had a homing unit in it. They character with the tracker said the SUV was "about 4.3 miles that way".

      And also, you know what you buy paint for the walls in your house with in Canada? By the gallon…

  2. where in canada are you?

    i LOVED living right at the border, and going down to the states all the time to buy yoohoo (MMM, cant get it in canada) tato skins, swisher sweets, and 'extra' green apple flavored gum. mmm, america…

    1. Currently London. I'll be in Toronto tomorrow hopefully.

      I've taken a liking to these things that are called something like "Crispies" or whatever. They're like little noodle shaped chips with delicious flavors on them.

      (or is it flavours here?)

  3. You really, really need to watch the movie The Whole Nine Yards pretty soon now. The condiment habits of Canadians, vs. those of Americans is a constant comic subtext in the film. Plus, it's generally just funny as all hell.

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