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Old 05-28-2013, 10:09 PM   #43
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So how should "Us Canadians" feel one bit comfortable without a gun while travelling in our moho in the U.S.???

actually the saame way, I didnt mean it was any less safe in Canada.
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Old 05-28-2013, 10:14 PM   #44
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Do you mean the murders of Gord McAllister, and his wife Jackie in a rest stop outside Blind River? That was also TWENTY TWO years ago. Also, if that is what you're referring to, in that case the killer got them to let him into they're m/h by posing as a police officer, in UNIFORM.

If that's the best example of violence in Canada that can be pointed to, run down to the RV dealer to pick out your new DP, your chances of the 'big one' in the Power Ball is way higher........
that is the one I'm talking about. And once again Im not refering to Canada as any worse than the US,(probably safer). being though it did infact happen 20 years ago, has nothing to do with anything. this is in reference to the OP not having protection while boondocking in Canada. Geez Murph, a little thinned skinned are you?
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Geez Murph, a little thinned skinned are you?
Not thin-skin at all friend, I just thought it was funny to point to a single incident that happened more than 20 years ago as a reason to be concerned about the area.
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actually the saame way, I didnt mean it was any less safe in Canada.
Your comment related to my question??
[moderator edit] Go figure!
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It seems like the time has come to consider what is being posted.
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