Uninhabitable Wasteland

Minnesota sure sounds like a great place to live now, eh? ;)

Excerpts from the satirical Foreigner’s Guide to America linked via camworld again.

Man, I need to sleep.


  1. Jim says:

    Yes, it’s truly wonderful here… You should come. :) I actually went to the Mall of America for the first time a week or so ago. It’s so incredibly big it’s frightening.

  2. Richard says:

    “eh”? You’d fit in well in Canada!

  3. Raffy says:

    My cousin used to live in Minnesota. She loves it there although the temperature easily drops below freezing during the winter months, according to her. It’s also the 2nd Healthiest Place To Live In The US (according to some survey I saw on TV).

    I’ve also heard from people who’ve lived in Canada (Vancouver and Toronto, specifically) and the statements most commonly used to describe them are: Clean, close to nature, with really nice and polite people. I am, frankly, pretty interested.

    Hey Pau, I don’t know why I never noticed this before, but you added the Blogger logo to your shirt on your side graphic on your “about” page, didn’t you? Hehehe ;)

  4. Paulo says:

    Raffy – Yup! Also on my Yahoo Profile. ;)

    Rich – “Eh?” Hey, what are you talking aboot? ;D

  5. Richard says:

    Well, Raffy, most Canadians are cityfolk, so we’re not that close to nature. But Vancouverites do seem to be the most outdoorsy Canadians (we have mountains for skiing, an ocean for swimming, and tons of good hiking). So in that respect, yeah.

    Toronto has what? A lake? Big deal! (Had to get in my requisite jab at Toronto in)

  6. Krissy says:

    Paulo, Wisconsin is right next to Minnesota! :) Come visit!