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May 21 2014

MerelyGifted
09:54

February 09 2014

MerelyGifted
22:07

January 29 2014

05:27

textpostsrus:

fergusmacleod13:

suklaaaa:

bunnyinafez:

iwantfitbody:

madamedepompador:

winchesterwolves:

moniker-padacklyte:

zillystring:

wasereborworthit:

mellowminty:

pizzaforpresident:

petition to rename the usa ‘south canada’

what about alaska

are we then normal canada

canada a bit to the left

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What about South America? Is that just America? Or South South Canada?

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i cried my ass of laughing

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WARM CANADA

i caN’T BREATHE OH MY GOD

“Not-a-single-lady Canada”, I just lost it.

Canada……

Reposted bydimerdivi
04:07

Daily Kos: TransCanada Pipeline Explodes, Leaving 4,000 Heatless in Sub-Zero Temps

If the name TransCanada is familiar to you, it may be because they are the corporation behind the as yet unapproved KeystoneXL Pipeline. But the technology is safer than ever, they keep telling us! Yaright. From ThinkProgress.org:

A natural gas pipeline operated by TransCanada Corp. exploded and caught fire in the Canadian province of Manitoba on Saturday, shutting off gas supplies for as many as 4,000 residents in sub-zero temperatures.

“We could see these massive 200- to 300-meter high flames just shooting out of the ground and it literally sounded like a jet plane,” resident Paul Rawluk told the Canadian Broadcasting Corp.

…in order to repair the line, they shut off the natural gas supply to several municipalities.
Temperatures dropped to -20 degrees Celsius overnight.

Niverville Deputy Mayor John Funk said that “service is expected to be lost for minimum of 24 hours to multiple days” in a statement on the town’s website…

…a Wall Street Journal analysis released this week found that people discover pipeline spills far more often than the leak-detection technology touted by companies. Based on PHMSA data for 251 pipeline incidents over four years, the WSJ found that nearby residents or company employees were nearly three times as likely to detect a pipeline leak. Leak-detection software, special alarms and 24/7 control room monitoring, on the other hand, discovered leaks just 19.5 percent of the time. …

August 05 2013

MerelyGifted
09:00
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March 02 2013

MerelyGifted
04:06
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December 08 2012

MerelyGifted
23:21

So this just happened.

chirart:

modmad:

My sincerest apologies to the random dude that I just French dipped in public and then proceeded to make a comic about.

Vancouver :’)

One of the reasons I wanna go to Canada. THESE sights.

December 07 2012

08:30
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Prayer Flags And East Lion


Altitude: 1555m (5101 feet)
Camera: Nikon D2x
Date: Saturday, September 23rd, 2006 at 12:16 PM
Exposure: 1/125 sec at f9.0
ISO: 100 asa
Lens: 17-55mm f/2.8G ID ED DX AF-S Zoom-Nikkor at 44mm
(equivalent field of view of a 66mm lens on a 35mm camera)
Location: Greater Vancouver and Victoria -123, 11’ 16”, 49, 27’ 23”
Tag: summit
Larger image: 1999 x 1328
Raw image: 4288 x 2848


(via John Harvey Photo.com - Prayer Flags And East Lion)

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