Their parents blame Canada
and all hell breaks loose.
A prop dagger that the comedian used on the set of his 1991 movie "Hook," and battery-powered t-shirt that he wore to the 2000 Academy Awards for a performance of "Blame Canada
," are also included in the sale at Sotheby's in New York on Oct.
"Prior to colonial intrusion, my ancestors were born into a system of deep cultural meaning, material wellness, and a good life, and thus a place where their spirits were nurtured, [while] mine was criminalized I blame Canada
Although, to be fair, if we could replace David Cameron we would, so you can't blame Canada
(At least, as the poet said, blame Canada
! But that would require not being ignorant.) Anyway, perhaps those Oklahoma City workers would still be alive if the federal government didn't levy taxes?
Dubai If you're angry over obtaining a visa for Canadians coming to the UAE, blame Canada
(11) So, better to blame the internet, and Google, than to blame Canada
. The only good news is that when it gets this bad, there is always opportunity
What would a deeper look at the "blame Canada
" theory show?
Its theme was F*** You, Uncle F***a, and another tune, Blame Canada
, was nominated for an Academy Award.
Well, the narrow-minded and industry-uneducated in the call center/CRM field should entertain this: If you find that your company's competition is offering more advantageous call center service than yours, it may be that you should blame Canada
, as it were.
TORONTO: Don't blame Canada
. It's good that it's close by.
TV season, don't blame Canada
, and don't blame the networks or the studios.
Hollywood likes to blame Canada
for all its woes, but the productions are running away elsewhere these days.
? The Film and Television Action Committee and Screen Actors Guild are doing just that Both groups have filed a petition with the U.S.