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  • Canadian, eh? You're definitely not of the French variety. My company has an office in Montreal and I speak with the French Canadians everyday, and I never hear them us eh?


    However, when we had a Calgary office a few years ago, I used to talk to an English Canadian and noticed the difference. She difinitely used "eh" a lot.


    You still lost me, what are bb code tags. Are these the tags you use to have code behave like html code (i.e.
    [code]
    code statements
    [\code])?


    How long have you lived in Minneapolis?


    I visited a frienc there in 1979, after I had gotten out of the Armed Services. Haven't been there since.

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    Originally posted by bearcub
    You're definitely not of the French variety. My company has an office in Montreal and I speak with the French Canadians everyday, and I never hear them us eh?


    Nope, I'm definitely of British (I suspect Oliver would be Olivier...) decent. Canucks (French fror French Canadian), who knows?


    Here's what I do know, check out the top ten reasons to live in different provinces and notice how Quebec is indeed a little different. [Blocked Image: http://www.smilies.nl/happy/biggrina.gif]


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    She difinitely used "eh" a lot.

    Yes, it's quite popular, and subconscious... I dropped it when I moved to the US, but I like it, so I'm reinstating it back into my vocabulary.

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    You still lost me, what are bb code tags. Are these the tags you use to have code behave like html code (i.e.

    Code
    code statements

    ?


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    How long have you lived in Minneapolis?


    I visited a frienc there in 1979, after I had gotten out of the Armed Services. Haven't been there since.


    Yes, and much like html, you can't mix them. quote gets closed with /quote, code get closed with /code.


    Minneapolis, something like 8 years. Had a stint in Indiana for some time. Missed the winters here. [Blocked Image: http://www.smilies.nl/happy/biggrina.gif]


    Hope your Canadian experience was a good one! Military man eh? Good stuff.


    Hope this helps. Have a nice weekend eh.

    Regards,
    Nate Oliver

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