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  1. Cynthia Sonier commented on Smith 1 day ago

    Maple seeds do that here. They come out in june.

  2. Cynthia Sonier commented on John Deering 2 days ago


  3. Cynthia Sonier commented on Matt Davies 2 days ago

    Think of all the money we invest in botox and boner pills while easily curable diseases kill millions over there.

  4. Cynthia Sonier commented on Robert Ariail 2 days ago

    Seen from north of the border, I can sense that we’re still not as paranoid as americans.

    And we don’t hate immigrants, the shooter’s name, that Bin Laden wanabe, is Bibeau! You can’t get a more name more french-canadian than that.

    Everyone knows here that you can be as canadian as maple syrup and still be a nut.

  5. Cynthia Sonier commented on Sooky Rottweiler 5 days ago

    More about the legends and history behind this, and the cartoon in french, it’s www.sookysdoghouse.blogspot.ca

  6. Cynthia Sonier commented on Sooky Rottweiler 5 days ago

    Keep an eye on the story line…this is just a legend, a story. In this one, the Devil has a name that mortals say over and over again without ever understanding…

  7. Cynthia Sonier commented on Smith 6 days ago

    Nice effect on panel three!

  8. Cynthia Sonier commented on Smith 6 days ago

    You mentioned global warming on smith.ink…

    With the World’s largest coastline and the North Pole, you would think Canada would be smarter, but the oil sands do contribute to your wacky weather…a lot.

    And then there’s canadians from the maritimes who go there to work on the megaprojects…I can understand those who work there, the economic times are hard in the maritimes…

    …no, what really makes me laugh is when the idiots use all their oil money to buy a big house by the waterfront. Seems like an invitation to Karma to me!

  9. Cynthia Sonier commented on Smith 12 days ago

    The kitty version of a bedhead…
    Sooky’s back, BTW

  10. Cynthia Sonier commented on Snow Sez . . . 12 days ago

    So what Canadians call “Thanksgiving” here is Columbus day…I didn’t know that…