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November 13, 2015

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  1. November 13, 2015 12:16

    The non-informed masses in a massively informative age. What next? People living in virtual caves looking real dumb I suspect. *nods*

    – sonmi.u.t.C

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  2. November 13, 2015 17:05

    I wanted to vote in the last free election except, they were asking entirely too much at the polling gate. Bummer…

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  4. elmediat permalink
    November 14, 2015 21:59

    Media constructs reality. As a Canadian, it is fascinating and at times frustrating to see how we as a nation do not exist outside our borders. Apparently on any given day nothing happens in Canada based on most news agencies outside of Canada.

    BBC online news has gotten a bit better they have a news page marked US & Canada. A few more news items show up since the the election, but nothing recent. New York Times lumps us in with the Americas and we might manage one article.

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  5. November 21, 2015 02:21

    You are so right! From grammar school through university, Canada disappears from American history right after the French and Indian War. A few years ago, I was completely astonished to realize that while pursuing both undergrad and graduate degrees in history at four state universities, I never encountered a single course in Canadian history, much less a professor who specialized in it. It’s really a shameful and revealing travesty.
    Most Americans could not name your Prime Minister, nor more than two of your Provinces.
    Meanwhile, I don’t even have to guess that the reverse is not true, I’m sure that almost all Canadian universities have American history specialists and offer American Studies programs.

    “Why don’t other countries ever appreciate us?”
    America’s National Whine

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