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Are these geniuses linking up and having a great time!!!! 
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Had my doubts but after 15 minutes of a plumber's snake with no success, decided to try the dish soap and hot water trick and I'll be damned if it didn't worked! Go figure! Thanks mate!

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No problem Dan. Glad you tried it out and thanks for the feedback. Cheers
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Love the song but at this point in his life, he has become a bit of a parody of himself. He is no longer in his mid 20's, a bad-boy sex object, etc. Common Billy, have some confidence in yourself man! 
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Toronto (former Montreal) resident.

If one is serious about beer flavor and not buzz, , ,  clearly micro breweries are the way to go and both Ontario and Quebec have plenty of those. Personally I support the micro brewery market despite  some of it's craziness (how hoppy can one get without causing a sphincter seizure) but on occasion a quite cold Blue or Canadian hits the spot if one is looking for a quick thirst quencher. Between Blue and Canadian - I have to agree with the chap that posted his test. Canadian wins.

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- Canadian has a bit more character   
- Canadian has a bit more lingering taste
- An ice cold blue seems to be a better thirst quencher
- Bleu (oops, Blue ;-) is labelled as a pilsner. Who are they kidding if the market measures by taste. That is the biggest disappointment to me. Where are the hops???

The above is based on over 35 years of quaffing which as normal started with the big brands available at the time (50, Blue, Ex, Laurentide, O'Keefe - micro breweries was not a known term let alone an alternative)

As with eating, , ,  - who does not enjoy a Macdonald's or Wendy's meal from time to time verses a good home cooked meal or a trip to a half decent non-chain restaurant - a diversion back to old tried and true labels such as Blue or Canadian is not a sin? 
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Maybe they should stick to drone technology
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+Dan Chiasson Then again we get screwed by the fact that those nations most likely are more interested in closer ties with Russia instead. Although while it's a good sales-point, the political outlook in Sweden right now shows mindless drones are pushing our goverment NOT to allow selling weapons to those nations. I agree we shouldn't arm terrorists or an enemy, but starting to decide who can buy and who can't reduces the overall market by a tremendous amount. While the tendency to build a plane together with other countries is a legit market issue for the Gripen, perhaps it could also be SAAB's finest hour, some nations around the world could be interested in investing into a new plane built by SAAB, the same way the F35 was born. 

It's hard to predict the future, weirder things have happend.
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Nice vocals and rythem + true to their Vegas roots. Welcome back boys . . . . . .
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these things are a friggin curse! 
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"Beck Lite"
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Clearly you have never experienced severe turbulence. That might be classified as severe - light turbulence (at best). Was that, by chance either your first or second flight?
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with few exceptions, , , , , further proof white men can't dance. But it does prove they can be hilarious in making fools of themselves. One of the funniest videos in a long time! Their manager should not let this guy loose like that.
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Somehow, the version with Kate Bush, , ,  just hits harder. Know what I mean?
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Prolific genius. End of story and time will prove me right ;-)
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Having a somewhat "cautious" Bearded Collie, there is no other Grooming Salon that I would ever consider. Tanya has a magnificent way with pets. How magnificent? When we heard she was opening her own salon a few years ago, there was no question we would follow. A+ from this very satisfied pet owner.
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By far my favorite "go-to" beer although the transition from big brand to microbrewery is not 100% complete (now that Coors Banquet Beer has returned to Ontario) but my oh my what a pleasure to grab a cold Lug Tread at the end of the day (the larger bottles were a genius move ;-) And I may add, this small brewery has a wonderful staff that equals the quality of their beer which is to say marvelous. Keep it up guys; try to get more varieties shipped Toronto; and thanks. Cheers ! Dan
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Am a customer at this branch. Yes it is markedly slower than other branches - and at times I go to the larger branch on Hurontario. The issue here is not the staff, it is corporate. The staff have been tremendously helpful and are trying to adapt the best they can to the high volumes. This is an undersized branch in a growing area. Also, an with all due respect, the typical customer at this branch can be considered as "new Canadian" and many still choose to pay all their bills directly at the branch and not on-line. This takes time and with the various languages in play, some time agonizingly so. This does not fit the TD, or other banks for that matter, customer profile and this branch has not been developed or evolved taking this into consideration. Suggest that the original poster contact corporate, as I did. They are responsive.
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