Canada, and being Canadian (225)

Jun 15, 2020 3:45 AM CST Canada, and being Canadian
kidatheart
kidatheartkidatheartFruitvale, British Columbia Canada33 Threads 24,910 Posts
Onlyforums: Well Kid, actually Canada surely sucks at this point from my view.
Alot of ungrateful people out there, I witness it every day, my ears/eyes are wide open and have been for quite some time now.
I wish I could say I love this country, but at this point, I cannot do that.


But giving up smoking for crafts and beer was a great time consumer today.

Being a Canadian meant so much more to me 20 years ago even, I am born and bred in the east, generations of my family farmed and built ships/ fishing, there, oh and also planted potatoes, that are the best I have ever tasted..
I did not recognize One family down my last trip, all foreigners, sad to see such a beautiful island disappear into something with no heritage. I believe in keeping those things alive.
Anyhoo Kid..I dont consider a national identity, I do however see my own.


P.S. Dont get me wrong, I see tons of good stuff happening everywhere for others in need, as I am involved in helping others too.
PEI?

It's funny, I'd likely understand you, despite your accent. laugh

Looking for solid ground here, and not finding any, even after a decade. Maybe it's time for this experiment to end, and get busted up into pieces.

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Jul 13, 2021 7:21 PM CST Canada, and being Canadian
Onlyforums
OnlyforumsOnlyforumsunknown, Alberta Canada9 Threads 216 Posts
kidatheart: PEI?

It's funny, I'd likely understand you, despite your accent.

Looking for solid ground here, and not finding any, even after a decade. Maybe it's time for this experiment to end, and get busted up into pieces.
Wow Kid, sorry just seen this post
Hope you find your way wherever you are
I'm still looking for solid ground too, forgot which road I was travelling
Too many forked ones now wave
Nov 7, 2021 5:05 AM CST Canada, and being Canadian
fantaziya
fantaziyafantaziyawindsor, Nova Scotia Canada4 Threads 2,015 Posts
kidatheart: Yeah, that PC crap has been spread in an even layer across most of the planet, and piled a little higher in some spots.

What's the glue that holds us all together as a country though?

It can't be a shared polite insanity, can it?
Polite insanity, that's it. Good one! I would add Political correctness

I like Canada and i like the majority of Canadians ... but what makes me puzzled, it is why small towns and villages, after 18 o'clock are empty? Why a lot of people don't know even names of their neighbors?
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Nov 10, 2021 10:13 PM CST Canada, and being Canadian
fantaziya: Polite insanity, that's it. Good one! I would add Political correctness

I like Canada and i like the majority of Canadians ... but what makes me puzzled, it is why small towns and villages, after 18 o'clock are empty? Why a lot of people don't know even names of their neighbors?
I started to respond to an earlier post, then saw this dinosaur thread has been around a long time. Don’t know how germane my comments would be— but, about the immigration: it seems to me that Canada is arbitrary concerning this. Some applicants get the bum’s rush, some get waved in courteously, some get temporary asylum, some get run out. dunno
Feb 2, 2022 11:26 PM CST Canada, and being Canadian
longterm182
longterm182longterm182Rosarito, Baja California Mexico85 Posts
I felt identified with the country and culture the 10 years I lived there in the past, really fell in love with the country.
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