At 6/27/05 09:41 PM, PiePie wrote:
At 6/27/05 09:09 PM, Denvish wrote:
yeah its good but meh I want to be a dj to I think I have enough songs but judging by only the rock and stuff the guys there won't like my techno and underground stuff.
At 6/27/05 09:49 AM, PiePie wrote:
I don't know if you guy's noticed or looked at my sig but if you did and you didn't click on it you should its a really good site you could even be a DJ if your chosen....Of course it's a good site, I DJ there =)
Actually, I've been really slack, don't think I've done a slot for a couple of weeks now. I started one the other night, but Winamp got silly on me, so I had to abandon ship...
Also there's like 20 dj applications so I have a slim chance of getting it. Plus no one knows me.
To Crono aie quebec is good and not the most pampered the most pampered is all those useless territory's and such they produce hardly anything.
but hey I don't really like french quebecers either there very arrogant and racist...
see you bastard this is one reason y i dont talk to you on msn - you are ONE of those arrogant and racist bastards, that's why! Lemme give you a history lesson canada, this goes for all you non-canadians too!
lets go through all the things the territories and provinces contribute, shall we..?
Let's start off with the leadersof canada - Ontario, Quebec, and BC, in that order.
Ontario - the most powerful province and center of Canada. About a third of the
Canadian population lives here. Almost 60 percent of all manufactured
exports coming out of Canada come from Ontario. Industries include
manufacturing, farming, logging, mining, energy and services.
Quebec - second powerful only to Ontario, and the oldest province,Quebec is mostly
french speaking and they are very protective and PROUD of their culture - the
defence of its language and culture colours all politics in the province.
Industries include logging, manufacturing, energy, mining, framing and
B.C. - Canada's physical embodiment of beauty. It has three main mountain ranges and
is two-thirds covered in forest. Industries include logging, mining, fishing,
farming, energy, and transportation
Next up we have the prairie provinces - Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba
Alberta - Calgary stampede, national parks, rich in oil and gas resources, industry
includes farming, logging, and telecommunications
Saskatchewan - The prairie province of Saskatchewan produces more than half of the
wheat grown in Canada. Saskatchewan is the birthplace of Canadian
medical care and home of the RCMP training academy. Services
include farming and mining.
Manitoba - oil, and lots of it! Also manufacturing, hydro, farming and mining. Dubbed
the "Land of 100,000 Lakes." Also the majority of the great lake water is
Now the maritime provinces - New brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova scotia, and P.E.I.
New Brunswick - the only official bilingual province in all of canada. Industries include
manufacturing, logging, mining, farming, fishing and tourism.
Newfoundland and Labrador - the youngest province - ok its pretty much useless I
mean there are cities that have more population than
the entire island but OH WELL! Industries include
energy, fishing, mining, logging and tourism.
Nova Scotia - A founding province of Canada, Nova Scotia is nearly surrounded by the
Atlantic Ocean, and is known for its high tides, lobster, fish, blueberries
and apples. Industries include manufacturing, farming fishing,
mining, logging, transportation and energy
P.E.I. - Prince Edward Island - famous for is famous for red sand beaches, potatoes,
and the home of ann of green gables,and it is the birthplace of confederation.
Industries include farming, tourism, fishing and manufacturing.
And lastly we have the northern territories - Yukon, NW territories and Nunavit
Yukon - gold mines - remember the klondike gold rush? That was this territory right
here! Thus its industries consist of mining and tourism.
NW territories - Mining, tourism and government - thats about it. Oh come on it's
cold up there, its not like there's much else to do! YOU try running a
nunavit - In 1999 Nunavut became the largest and newest territory in Canada. Formed
from the eastern part of the Northwest Territories, this huge Canadian Arctic
territory has only 25,000 residents, about 80 percent of whom are Inuit.
Industries include mining, resource development and tourism. Ok another
barren wasteland place - oh well. The fact here is that inuits are part of our
history and demanded their own land - fair enuff.
As you can see - every province contributes stuff. I bet you couldnt even name them all. If I were you piepie I'd put a little more PRIDE into your friggin country. Maybe when you've matured in a couple years I'll talk to you again but from what I see you still got a lotta maturing to do and knowledge to actually learn - instead of pretending to be knowledgeable and hiding behind a wall of ignorance.