And the ones wishing for a recession are those dweebs that never lose their jobs in one. They talk like it's some sort of benign abstraction.
Bill Maher, one of the most despicable Liberals on talk television, is one of those people. I would like to meet that guy in a dark alley.And the ones wishing for a recession are those dweebs that never lose their jobs in one. They talk like it's some sort of benign abstraction.
Since WWII, Denmark has relied on America for a significant part, if not the majority of it's defense of Greenland.
And the plan is working, bit by bit.
There are TRILLIONS at stake.
"All of those nations who were counting on Chinese purchases are now going bananas. This is why the multinationals blame Donald Trump… and to make matters even worse – the U.S. economy is thriving, while they watch from the sidelines. It’s a delicious dynamic".
Oh yeah baby!
We are the ones losing in this war. They get good rye. We need to drink there damn schnapps. Who drinks schnapps? I'm insulted and think we should launch nukes for this travesty...... LolWe have been fighting with those Danes for years. Creeping onto Canadian soil (rock) and planting the wrong flag. Color is right, they have to get the design right.
It's been a costly affair to; Bottles of a good Canadian Rye can be pretty pricey.
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There's a 1.2-square-kilometre rock near the tip of Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, called Hans Island. Denmark says it's theirs, while Canada is pretty convinced it belongs to them.
In the 1970s, the countries agreed to disagree — stopping the maritime boundary at the water line on the south shore, hopping the island and starting the line again on the north side.
Since then, visiting military ships have battled it out, placing their flag and a bottle of rye whiskey or Danish schnapps to stake their claim.
"Whenever you get people together, especially people who are friends and neighbours and like a drink or two, they come up with ingenious ways of indicating what's theirs or not," said Alan Kessel, a legal expert with Global Affairs Canada.