Connie Woodcock of the Toronto Sun writes
on why she doesn't think these "Go Canadian" kits
are going to do the trick in providing "worry wart" Americans the clandestine disguise necessary when traveling abroad. It is entertaining to take in her blatant generalizations in support of her position.
1. I swagger
2. I was in the military because all American men have been
3. I have a distiguishable dialect (although Ms Woodcock refers to this , quite improperly, as an "accent")
4. I am litigious
5. I am a complainer
6. I am offended when mistaken for another nationality
7. I am obese and keep ruining the seats on the Queen Mary II with my massive girth
Ms. Woodcock, obviously, recognizes the novelty and lightheartedness of the "Go Canadian" kits
. I doubt she recognizes the amusement created by her own narrow minded views of her neighbors to the south. At first I thought she was being clever...but no.
Incidentally, Podunk is not in Pennsylvania as she would have you believe. It's in Southern Connecticut
...and they have a great glazed doughnut shop right next to the bank.