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    Need American Products?

    guys, my parents are driving up to montreal (cote st. luc) for the weekend of Oct. 31 (we have family there). So if anyone needs anything from the 'states' that you cant get up there in canada for whatever reason, let me know and i can send it up with them and you can pick it up.
    you are all always so much help and i'm just looking to return the favors whenever possible.
    (this is not a karma boosting scheme)

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    We should note here that this does not include livestock, as it is illegal to carry marine species over the border without the proper license.

    I would apply this only to drygoods. We don't want his parents getting into trouble...

    ALRHA, karma to you nonetheless for the nice offer!
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    as tang man said, to avoid my parents getting jailed, we can limit this offer to drygoods.
    (thanks for the karma)
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    Nice gesture, could not think of any yet But a Toyota mr2 SC crossed my mind (Just being silly, sorry)

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    How's about the Budweiser girls??!!!!

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    lol Toutouche... nice smilie!!

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    Senior Member ALRHA's Avatar
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    i'm sorry, but the budwiser girls are for americans only, it's meant to promote tourism and exporting them to canada would have an adverse effect on our economy which we are already having enough problems with.
    not to mention that they would probably qualify as livestock and not drygoods.
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    Originally posted by ALRHA
    not to mention that they would probably qualify as livestock and not drygoods.
    True..., oh so true!!!!

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