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Silly Canadians, they actually showed this on MTV (probably the only thing I ever learned on it, not that I watched all that much).
Um, MTV is American... and I am skeptical that MTV could even find Canada on a map ;-) (that jab directed only at MTV, not the USA).

Update: OK I see how belg4mit's statement could be interpreted either way. Thanks for correcting me. Incidentally, while on the topic of poutine, you have to go to Quebec to get good poutine. Otherwise, salt & vinegar is the way to go. :^)


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