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Now we're sharing the same dream

November 09, 2005


Everyone wonders about Turks and Caicos at least once in their lives. For Canadians the curiosity usually strikes about once a year when some politician decides to shoot for the stars on a Caribbean whim. Turks and Caicos are a set of islands under the British crown. Canada has wanted to tap that tropical azz for some time now but the 20, 000 total population just isn't enough to make a new province, only a territory. Turks and Caicos have been approached by Nova Scotia and New Foundland & Labrador to join either province. Of course, the agenda is not pursued nearly as often as I would like.

After reading the following you too will want to burn a bank for our TurkCacian (??) brethren:

- they have to pay for healthcare

- use the U.S. dollar as national currency

- have no local t.v. channel, no CBC

Why should you fight this good fight? From the CBC:

- Agreeable weather: 350 days per year of sunshine; average temperature: June-October 29-32 C; November-May 27-29 C

- No passports required for Canadian citizens

- Air Canada offers direct flights

- Could be first island home to an NHL team [think Cool Runnings but with hockey!]

Aaaaand the islands are perfectly positioned as a port for South American narcotics making their way to the States. Sweet!

The Lie-berals should really consider running on the merit of such an annexation. I vote for them, they hide their future stolen goods in the Caribbean, TurkCacians get Canadian passports, everyone is very very happy. Here is my proposal for their new campaign ad:

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posted by Neha
4:10 PM

6 Comments:

Anonymous CeePee said...

Werd arah dude.
Ive been a strong proponent of this movement for quite a while. Mostly cuz I hate the fucking snow and the cold, but I loves me some Canada. I dont think itd be a problem for us to change their currency and add to their health care. Fuck the island(s) are tiny and 20,000 people is noubt. We let in around 150 000 - 300 000 a year. It would be another tourist destination as frankly they have no other industries, cept maybe the conch industry. Thats hardly profitable.

Only threat would be that they would move parliament down there OR that the senate. Lazy fucking twats, the lot of em.

11/09/2005 05:10:00 PM  
Blogger Neha said...

Dammit, it's snowing, I saw some white.

Didja catch the tune (post title, pic title)??? Two words: Billy Ocean.

11/10/2005 09:33:00 AM  
Anonymous CeePee said...

Sooo clever Neheeeeee!
I gotta admit I didnt, Dammit!
Hey, Im reading up on some cat named Dawood Ibrahim. You guys related??
Also I found that delicious looking girl from Pornoween, whos friends were playing grab ass with you. She added me on myspace but wont respond. Cmon girl! I dont have aids!

11/10/2005 11:23:00 AM  
Blogger Neha said...

fuck yea, dawood is my dad. he used to live in dxb until they introduced an extradition treaty of sorts with india. this girl from school used to live next to his villa and he would give out sweets to the kids. who'd have thunk it. his daughter got married when i was in dxb this july, it was a big ugly deal.

what book are you reading? is it really a book or did you just find him on my space?

i'm glad you found the girl, i think. her friend is scary and hits really hard.

11/10/2005 12:34:00 PM  
Anonymous guess who said...

as reigning MISS newfoundlandandlabrador, III says to t&c, a big "soup's on"....

and to the by's in saint pierre, and the azures in portugal, c'mon in by's there's lots of room ere, wha!

11/11/2005 12:22:00 PM  
Blogger BrainSyke said...

beautiful picture.

11/11/2005 04:28:00 PM  

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