I remember one time in grade school, where my whole class watched an educational cartoon.
The cartoon was based on a busy street in New York. These two guys were having a conversation, both talking about how they didn't like the president of the US. This foreign-looking (read: brown) guy that was walking by overhears them, and runs to find a police office. He finds one, and tells him to follow.
Foreign Guy: Come quick! It was these two here! I overheard them talking bad about the president! Arrest them now!
(The 2 dudes who hate the president have total WTF? looks on their faces.)
Cop: Oh you must be new to America.
Foreign Guy: Yes, I am.
Cop: This is a free country. In America, you can say what you want. It is not against the law to disagree with the president, nor it is illegal to talk badly about him.
I think the message of the video that in America we have freedoms that other countries don't have. The first amendment and all that.
The message I learned, however, is that you cannot trust people from other countries. If you trust someone from another country, they WILL backstab you. If you trust someone from another country, something bad WILL happen.
So I'm going to be very cautious, as I head to Canada. Canadians are a very unusual people. A Canadian face looks so similar to that of an American. But the Canadian brain is polluted and foul. I could easily see myself being forced to defend my family on multiple occasions. Yes, between Canadians and killer whales I will have my hands full.
But I'm wise and powerful. I've been training for anything that disobeys my honor. Shield, and protect. Shield, and protect. Duck, punch, twist, stab. Duck, swing, headbutt, elbow. Kick, kick, turn, duck, shoot. Oh yes, I am ready.
So anyways I'm going to be gone for a full week. I'll try and bust out an audioblog or two, but for the most part I'll be blogsilent. But I shall return!
Have a good one!