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It's a tradition that dates back to 1813. After the Battle of Lake Erie, Canadians developed long, extendable, mechanical arms to reach across the water (which they could no longer control through conventional naval forces) and raid American territory for potatoes (for making poutine).
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I definitely believe it.

The best piece of fiction that I've ever composed was a pass-around story RPG. My group looked into publishing it, but the copyright hurdles appeared insurmountable.
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