Canadian Content: Other Pages


Haggis McBagpipe
#1
Hey, who here knows that the Canadian Content site is a whole lot more than just a forum? It is an amazing place.

Now, I could tell you all the treats in store for you there, but no, I am going to make you wonder.

Okay, okay, okay, I'll provide a link, but that's it. You have to click over there yourself:

http://www.canadiancontent.net

Tomorrow you'll be tested on what you've learned. And if you don't pass, well, you already know about the torture rooms. . . .

<edited to add: 'Tsk', the link appears twice, so you actually get two chances in one post to click over there. What are you waiting for?? Click!!>
 
Andem
#2
Or just click the "Canadian Content" logo at the top of the page
 
Jay
#3
"edited to add: 'Tsk', the link appears twice,"


First day on the job? :P
 
Jay
#4
Quote: Originally Posted by Andem

Or just click the "Canadian Content" logo at the top of the page


That would be to easy!
 
Haggis McBagpipe
#5
Quote: Originally Posted by Jay

"edited to add: 'Tsk', the link appears twice,"


First day on the job? :P



Oh, and yes, it is way too easy to just click on the link above, which is why I prefer to do it my way. Instead of clicking, I get into my mountain climbing boots, gather up my gear and a week's worth of food, then I TREK OVER THERE ON FOOT. By god, I do it the old-fashioned way, not like you young whipper-snappers who just 'click on the name', pffft.
 
Jay
#6
Your like a luddite then...
 
Haggis McBagpipe
#7
Quote: Originally Posted by Jay

Your like a luddite then...

I am, I really am. You probably think, for example, that I just click on a message to post it, but you would be wrong. I carefully remove the post from my computer, wrap it in fine linen, and mail it in. You can ask Andem and Cosmo, they get reams of linen-wrapped posts from me each day, and they have to scramble to get 'em up. I like that part. The scrambling part. It always makes me smile, makes me appreciate being a luddite.
 
cortez
#8
Quote: Originally Posted by Haggis McBagpipe

Quote: Originally Posted by Jay

Your like a luddite then...

. It always makes me smile, makes me appreciate being a luddite.

there's a theory that the Ludittes's were right. That industrialization was proceding at an unmanageable, chaotic pace with inhuman consequences that brought us hypercapitalism/instablity with two horific overeactions --facism and communism etc;
I no longer consider Luddite a derogatory term
 
FiveParadox
#9
Is anyone else's interface failing to interpret those quote tags properly?
 
Haggis McBagpipe
#10
Quote: Originally Posted by cortez

there's a theory that the Ludittes's were right. That industrialization was proceding at an unmanageable, chaotic pace with inhuman consequences that brought us hypercapitalism/instablity with two horific overeactions --facism and communism etc;
I no longer consider Luddite a derogatory term

No, neither do I. We Luddites rock (well, ludditely speaking).

On a more serious note, that is an interesting theory, very much worth pursuing. Thanks, Cortez!

Oh, and YES Five, my quotes are buggered up too. I think they have reverted to Luddite-mode. It seems somehow appropriate, really.
 
FiveParadox
#11
Bah! This irritates me.

Quote: Originally Posted by His Majesty the Rt. Hon. Christopher Girodat, King of Canada

I do dub thee Knight with my non-CC.net wizzie stick!

Did that work? ^^;
 
Finder
#12
I still can't find treats.... where are they? lol
 
Curiosity
#13
Chaos reigns

I gave up early afternoon yesterday - and glad to see everyone survived.

Haggis' Big Day and look what they deliver to her for solutions! Then Five's wizzie stick fails.

Whole place up in flames.....

Whoever put out the fire - thank yew!
 

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