I have resisted entering this thread as long as I could.
As a fan of the Red Wings, an American based team with only one
American-born player, I tend to thank Canada (as well as Russia and Sweden)
for all that their native sons have done for us in the past few years.
As a flag waving American, I am horribly dissapointed by the showing (or
lack thereof) put forth by our mens hockey team. As for the women, they
did us proud.
But lest anyone North of the border get to big of head, need we remind you
all of the World Cup!
At 09:17 PM 2/19/98 EST, Teacher122@aol.com wrote:
>In a message dated 98-02-18 20:02:03 EST, email@example.com writes:
> Sorry, George. No more $2.00 bills. Now we have coins - Toonies. Our
> $1.00 coins are loonies. The whole country is becoming a Loonie Toon. We
> have Americans playing baseball, Americans playing football, Quebecois who
> want to play with themselves and Americans who can't play hockey.
> The American women did a commendable in Japan recently! Of course my
>opinion of hockey is that all of that skating seems to get in the of the