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Yes, very nice.

Seems figure 1 on the left is saying "bloody hell, my Sten's jammed again! Wish I had a Thompson." But I don't speak Canadian, maybe he is saying, "what Montreal won again!"
 

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Front of his MMP thong? ;)

Cool patch. Looks like Mr. Doary had a hand in that....

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Nice patch. :thumup:

Credit goes to the Winnipeg ASL Club and the TD staff.
Surprise to me, although I knew that Steffen had something up his sleeve, or was it on his sleeve, for the CASLO.

Yes, very nice.

Seems figure 1 on the left is saying "bloody hell, my Sten's jammed again! Wish I had a Thompson." But I don't speak Canadian, maybe he is saying, "what Montreal won again!"
Nah, they're "Vandoos" (vingt-deux, i.e. Royal 22e Régiment). They're arguing over whether their "tête carrée" anglophone officer ordered them to charge the eye-tie MG nest, or bake a sea pie.

Now there's a missing Heritage Minute. :bite:
 

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The guy in the kneeling position looks like he is trying to crack a safe.

Interesting idea and good you in Canada since you have to wear pullovers and jackets all the time up there.
 

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Interesting idea and good you in Canada since you have to wear pullovers and jackets all the time up there.
Probably work better on a toque (toowk). You can wear 'em year round.

"Relic" of Beachcombers fame, was, like "Bob and Doug McKenzie," a fan of wooly headgear.

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Cool factoid, Robert Clothier, who played "Relic," was a bomber pilot in WW2. He served with No. 408 Squadron Royal Canadian Air Force.

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Clothier is third from the right.
 

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Nah, they're "Vandoos" (vingt-deux, i.e. Royal 22e Régiment). They're arguing over whether their "tête carrée" anglophone officer ordered them to charge the eye-tie MG nest, or bake a sea pie.
So they were speaking French of a form....say my Canadian is getting a bit better eh? :bite: :crosseye:
 

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Nice patch. :thumup:

Credit goes to the Winnipeg ASL Club and the TD staff.
Surprise to me, although I knew that Steffen had something up his sleeve, or was it on his sleeve, for the CASLO.
Kudos to Steffen, then. Two Canadians with an eye for design? Surely, that must violate some law of conservation of talent. ;)

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Kudos to Steffen, then. Two Canadians with an eye for design? Surely, that must violate some law of conservation of talent. ;)

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Was there a VAT applied to the purchase of such a "Luxury"?

Can "anyone" get one of them?

Will "chicks" flock to those that earn such a patch?

These questions MUST be answered......
 

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Was there a VAT applied to the purchase of such a "Luxury"?

Can "anyone" get one of them?

Will "chicks" flock to those that earn such a patch?

These questions MUST be answered......
Kevin, chicks will flee from those that earn such a patch, the Hot chicks anyway.....:cry:
 

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