Canada’s National Animal, THE BEAVER, Comfortably Flying the Flag and Watching TV, all to Celebrate 150 Years!!

One of Canada’s National Symbols Watching TV and Flying the Flag, Another National Symbol. (I took this pic on 2017 08 23.)

Yes folks; that TV Dish has been raised by the BEAVER, Canada’s industrious National Symbol. For those who may not know, the brown brush beneath his TV Dish, is his home.  The Beaver’s move to  TV is just one more example of Canadian “Hi Tech”!!  The Beaver is officially described as an industrious, semi-aquatic mammal with excellent engineering skills. A furry, monogamous creature that smacks its tail on the water when frightened. A buck-toothed rodent whose anal sacs contain castoreum, a substance used to make perfume.  We, all Canadians, are proud of our national symbol; proud that he/she has revealed  this giant advancement in the evolutionary development coincident with our 150 Birthday as a NATION!!  As a Typically Polite Canadian,  the Beaver is displaying another of our symbols, our NATIONAL FLAG!!! 

I think ALL SHUFFLERS will agree that the move to TV is a quantum leap. Further; it will not be long before you see the antennas on every pond in the universe!!!  This move, by the Beaver, will almost certainly advance our economy, and increase the value of our $$ dollar.

Stan McCormack.  2017 08 24.

 

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One Response to Canada’s National Animal, THE BEAVER, Comfortably Flying the Flag and Watching TV, all to Celebrate 150 Years!!

  1. gary pipher says:

    I could increase your Beaver “Club” by ten fold . We have far to many at the beaver pond on the road to the cottage. When do you want the first installment / shipment of the furry little buggers.

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