Watch 2 Canadians Discover That The US Is Now A Police State


Cliffy
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#31
The US Is Now A Police State



I figured that out in the 60s. I have no desire to go there. It's bad enough Harpo is turning Canada into one.
 
petros
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#32
Just don't travel with a pressure cooker, hide your bewilderment, obey, obey some more, tell the cop you were speeding because you're late for church, obey, drink nothing from cans, the free coffee and cookies at the rest areas are spiked, obey, leave your pets at home, obey, know what stores are at the mall in Tucson, write down what you ate for breakfast so you don't forget when asked, obey, have your passport ready and always always alwasys declare you $10K+ bankroll and obey and your next trip to buy gas, cheese and milk will be hassle free.
 
hunboldt
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#33
Quote: Originally Posted by Angstrom;1745747[B

]What's the USA's biggest export[/B] these days?
Dept bonds?

Mayhem, bad investments, and doubious 'service companies' headquartered in Texas...
 
Tecumsehsbones
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#34
Petroleum, actually. Followed by food.
 
EagleSmack
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#35
Quote: Originally Posted by AngstromView Post

What's the USA's biggest export these days?

According to you... nothing.

But if you want you can go do the research yourself and find out how wrong you are.

And Canadians cross the border by the tens of thousands and will do so. Heck they even cross the border to fly out of U.S airports to avoid all the silliness.

Hurts eh?
 
Cannuck
+1 / -1
#36
It never ceases to amaze me how some people think nothing of giving up freedom for a false sense of security.
 
petros
#37
It's all good if you obey.

Quote: Originally Posted by TecumsehsbonesView Post

Petroleum, actually. Followed by food.

Woohoo for oranges and porn?
 
Angstrom
#38
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

According to you... nothing.

But if you want you can go do the research yourself and find out how wrong you are.

And Canadians cross the border by the tens of thousands and will do so. Heck they even cross the border to fly out of U.S airports to avoid all the silliness.

Hurts eh?


It's only going to get worse.

Just think of how many Canadians will cross the border when the Canadian currency doubles the value of the greenback.
 
lone wolf
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#39
Quote: Originally Posted by AngstromView Post

It's only going to get worse.

Just think of how many Canadians will cross the border when the Canadian currency doubles the value of the greenback.

...as if that's ever going to happen.
 
Angstrom
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#40
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

...as if that's ever going to happen.


Mang, Your no fun......
 
Cobalt_Kid
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#41
Taking a confrontational attitude with border guards in many places will result in this kind of reaction, showing a little respect can get you through the border crossing no problem.
 
petros
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#42
Respect or obeying and not questioning?
 
hunboldt
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#43
Quote: Originally Posted by Cobalt_KidView Post

Taking a confrontational attitude with border guards in many places will result in this kind of reaction, showing a little respect can get you through the border crossing no problem.

Good point . Once you are through the border post, you are away from 'anyone's little empire.'
 
petros
#44
No you're not. Then you're an out of State vehicle. What's the policy on out of State vehicles? Pull them all over.
 
EagleSmack
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#45
Quote: Originally Posted by AngstromView Post

Mang, Your no fun......

But he's right.

Any more to add?

Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

Respect or obeying and not questioning?

The Border Patrol guy was a tool. However the other guy became one just as much.

And sure, you can question and get confrontational. Just as long as you'd rather spend time in the Guard Shack or the lock up instead of at the mall.
 
Sal
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#46
From what I heard, Canadian guy acted like a , border patrol guy pretty much did too. When two "sames" meet they collide and it's a hate fest.
 
Cannuck
+1 / -1
#47
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

The Border Patrol guy was a tool.

...and that's the issue. He shouldn't be given the position he has with his attitude. Unfortunately, too many people look the other way, make excuses for him or support him.
 
petros
#48
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

The Border Patrol guy was a tool. However the other guy became one just as much.

And sure, you can question and get confrontational. Just as long as you'd rather spend time in the Guard Shack or the lock up instead of at the mall.

I've only had issues coming home and of course the one plate on an out of State vehicle. It was a trooper who let me know I wasn't being singled out, they just pull over all out of State vehicle as normal protocol.


Oh and being pulled over for fruit, that was a rush.
 
Angstrom
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#49
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

But he's right.

Any more to add?

Your right. I fold.

The USA is Gods gift to Canada.
Being Canadian is like being American withought all the BS of living in the USA.
 
gerryh
#50
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

No you're not. Then you're an out of State vehicle. What's the policy on out of State vehicles? Pull them all over.



Bullshyte

Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

I've only had issues coming home and of course the one plate on an out of State vehicle. It was a trooper who let me know I wasn't being singled out, they just pull over all out of State vehicle as normal protocol.


Oh and being pulled over for fruit, that was a rush.


So, one trooper tells you that they pull all out of state vehicles means that ALL law enforcement in the u.s. does that?
 
L Gilbert
#51
Quote: Originally Posted by L GilbertView Post

Dumb Canuck. You don't buck the rules when in someone else's house even if the rules are oppressive and the people enforcing the rules are somewhat irrational and openly suspect you are the worst sort of human on the planet.

So Cannucklehead reds this. I guess that means he thinks anyone can go anywhere they wish and disobey laws, rules, etc. Guess he wouldn't mind someone sh|tting in his living room, then; or shooting his wife, gf, bf, or whatever he calls a partner. Whatta f'n maroon.
 
petros
#52
Quote: Originally Posted by gerryhView Post

Bullshyte




So, one trooper tells you that they pull all out of state vehicles means that ALL law enforcement in the u.s. does that?


That is "war on drugs" policy bub. Disprove it if you can.
 
L Gilbert
#53
Quote: Originally Posted by EagleSmackView Post

But he's right.

Any more to add?



The Border Patrol guy was a tool. However the other guy became one just as much.

And sure, you can question and get confrontational. Just as long as you'd rather spend time in the Guard Shack or the lock up instead of at the mall.

Yep, great plan; get stupid and mouthy and shoot yourself in the foot.
 
petros
#54
"I know you are but what am I" mentality from both parties is damn silly BUT to not question authority is capitulation.

I kinda prefer the questioning of authority over capitulation and there are ways of standing your ground without reverting to grade 3 mentality.

This is an example of how not to stand your ground.
 
L Gilbert
#55
Quote: Originally Posted by petrosView Post

"I know you are but what am I" mentality from both parties is damn silly BUT to not question authority is capitulation.

I kinda prefer the questioning of authority over capitulation and there are ways of standing your ground without reverting to grade 3 mentality.

This is an example of how not to stand your ground.

To me, it just depends on how much time I want to spend arguing in comparison to how much time I want to spend going about my business.
 
hunboldt
#56
Quote: Originally Posted by lone wolfView Post

...as if that's ever going to happen.


Actually, in 1862 the Canadian dollar was equivelent to 2.63 cents American. There were various calls for 'return to parity'.
the Confederate buck was worth 1.00 US- at Gettysburg, when Confederate agents were purchasing horses, crops, and anything that was not nailed down..
 
JamesBondo
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#57
From the moment he stepped inside the building, this guy was a total retard just begging to get arrested. The border gaurds didnt push until it was time to push back, imo.
 
EagleSmack
#58
Quote: Originally Posted by hunboldtView Post

the Confederate buck was worth 1.00 US- at Gettysburg, when Confederate agents were purchasing horses, crops, and anything that was not nailed down..


Say what?! Confederate script was worth NOTHING in the North. Some of the Rebels gave graybacks for what they stole during the Gettysburg campaign but it was worthless.

They paid at the end of a gun. The Confederates took what they wanted and mostly left IOUs if they even bothered to do that.

The grayback was worthless in the North. The equivalent of monopoly money.
 
hunboldt
+1
#59
Quote: Originally Posted by hunboldtView Post

Actually, in 1862 the Canadian dollar was equivelent to 2.63 cents American. There were various calls for 'return to parity'.
the Confederate buck was worth 1.00 US- at Gettysburg, when Confederate agents were purchasing horses, crops, and anything that was not nailed down..


Correction- the CDN dollar averaged 1.45 during the civil war years, was as high as 1.63. the dollar reverted to the gold standard on a one to one par during the great greenback redemption.
 
Liberalman
#60
Don't phuk with the law and the law won't phuk with you.
 

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