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Montana: Full of Lunatics October 30, 2007

Posted by Sobek in Law.
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From a Montana statute, 75-5-103,

(23) “Person” means the state, a political subdivision of the state,
institution, firm, corporation, partnership, individual, or other entity and
includes persons resident in Canada.

Canadians are people now? 

There’s no non-vulgar word to express how I’m feeling right now, so I’ll just say nothing.

Via Dorf on Law.

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1. Sobek - October 30, 2007

I guess I could use the expression “sideways with a pineapple.”

2. Mr Minority - October 30, 2007

Hey Sobek, Scandis I can see humiliating, but lay off the Canadians, my Mother was Canadian. And if she was alive now, she would kick your ass!

3. Sobek - October 30, 2007

That explains quite a lot, actually.

4. Mr Minority - October 30, 2007

That explains quite a lot, actually.

At least my mother wasn’t a dyke crocodile that let a faggot Egyptian screw her.

5. Sobek - October 30, 2007

I’m not sure you’re completely clear on the concepts of dykes and faggots. Also, I seem to have hit a nerve. Lighten up, Frances.

6. Lipstick - October 30, 2007

WW3: Canada vs. Egypt.

7. Mr Minority - October 30, 2007

Also, I seem to have hit a nerve. Lighten up, Frances.

Sobek,
Don’t take me seriously bro! No nerve was hit, I just thought I would throw some shit your way is all.

8. BrewFan - October 30, 2007

Hahaha! Mr. M is half Canuckian!*

*Filing this tidbit away for future flame war

9. Mr Minority - October 30, 2007

Hahaha! Mr. M is half Canuckian!*

*Filing this tidbit away for future flame war

BrewFan, I would rather be half Canuck than a kielbasa felching Brewers Fan. (NTTAWWT)

10. Sobek - October 30, 2007

Canada versus Egypt? That would be the most hilarious war ever.

11. Mr Minority - October 30, 2007

Ok, I admit it, my mother was born in Niagara, Canada and kept her Canadian citizenship to the day she died. And my Father was born in Phoenix, AZ. figure that one out.

12. Michael - October 30, 2007

That would be the most hilarious war ever.

I’d pay good money to watch that! I hope they build some bleachers first.

13. daveintexas - October 30, 2007

The question that begs to be asked:

French Canadian?

14. Michael - October 30, 2007

Remember, Dave, you’re the one who put him on the blogroll, so you can take him off if that’s true.

15. BrewFan - October 30, 2007

I don’t know what felching means and I’m not looking it up.

16. Russ from Winterset - October 30, 2007

Well, I KNOW what the word means, and think that you’ve made a wise choice, my friend.

17. Mr Minority - October 30, 2007

Remember, Dave, you’re the one who put him on the blogroll, so you can take him off if that’s true.

Michael,
May I remind you that, even though my Mother was Canadian, I am ALL American, served in the Military, have lived in Texas for the last 25 years and OWN LOTS OF GUNS!!! And have no problem shooting things*

*definition of things: cans, cars, refrigerators, small animals, large animals and Humans!

18. Tushar D - October 30, 2007

>>*definition of things: cans, cars, refrigerators, small animals, large animals and Humans!

What is your problem with refrigerators?

19. A Refrigerator - October 30, 2007

You MONSTER!

20. Mr Minority - October 30, 2007

What is your problem with refrigerators?

They are cold hearted bastards that freeze you lettuce and warm your milk! There deserve a .357 in the compressor and to have their ball bearings shot off!!!

21. A Refrigerator - October 30, 2007

You’re a cold-hearted bastard. Does that mean I get to shoot you?

22. Mr Minority - October 30, 2007

Does that mean I get to shoot you?

If your are refrigerator enough to try, bring it on!

And bring plenty of ammo, because it won’t be easy.

Hell, I’ll even let you bring your friends, Mr Washer and Mr Dryer, I haven’t shot one of those spinning pricks in a long while.

23. daveintexas - October 30, 2007

In Texas, “spinning pricks” usually means a drunk guy standing naked in front of the mirror playing “helicopter”.

24. skinbad - October 30, 2007

French Canadian?

Niagara isn’t quite far enough east for the deep-dish crazy.

25. Michael - October 30, 2007

I am ALL American, served in the Military, have lived in Texas for the last 25 years and OWN LOTS OF GUNS!!! And have no problem shooting things*

Huh. Like any of that matters if you’ve got French Canadian blood. I think not.

26. Michael - October 30, 2007

Never forget, the American advance on Montreal is where the American conquest of Canada was defeated in the War of 1812, due to underhanded Canuck-Frog tactics, and I’m still pissed about it.

27. Mr Minority - October 30, 2007

Like any of that matters if you’ve got French Canadian blood.

Actually, my Mother’s maiden name was Liddle, crazy ass Scottish blood, no Fwench in me at all. Just berserker Scottish, Danish, Irish and Welsh.

We go crazy when wound up.

We especially hate arrogant non-working appliances.

28. daveintexas - October 30, 2007

The Battle of Chateau-Gay?

29. Michael - October 30, 2007

Yeah, Dave, I think that’s why we lost. Those gay guys kick ass.

30. Don Carne - October 30, 2007

Michael, you forgot to mention the Scandi snowback, Major-General Louis de Watteville, was in charge of Montreal at the time. So it was underhanded Canuk/Frog/Scandi/Indian tactics.

31. Michael - October 30, 2007

Well, they do something with asses. I don’t want to think about it..

32. Michael - October 30, 2007

Don, you neglected to mention that several key battlefield decisions were made by Colonel Maurice de Poofter.

33. Cathy - October 31, 2007

In Texas, “spinning pricks” usually means a drunk guy standing naked in front of the mirror playing “helicopter”.

Hey Dave, for Australians, Simon Morley & David Friend, spinning pricks is
penis puppetry.

NSFW

34. Bart - October 31, 2007

Never post your mom’s maiden name online. Delete that.

35. Anonymous - February 9, 2008

loveyou

36. Sobek - February 21, 2008

Anyone know why this is a top post? A lot of hits for people using Google as a desparate, last resort to find evidence that Canadians are people?

‘Cause they’re not.

37. marco lombardozzi - February 28, 2008

canadians arn’t people huh im afraid 2 think of what u r it was canadians that helped 2 smuggle out americans frm iran during the embassy takeover wht do u call that an alian abduction? n it was the canadian people who gave comfort n shelter in their homes 2 americans when r airports were shut down on 911 if ur ever in need u better pray 4 canadian people 2 help u instaed of some american hatin radical

38. Retired Geezer - March 17, 2008

Oh, I get it… numbers can be used as actual words.

*Turns baseball cap around backwards, I mean bakwurdz.*

39. Muslihoon - March 17, 2008

I miss Marco. Bart, bring him back!


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