piltogg wrote:also, mike when someone says hot girls have you ever thought about canada...
Now this is an interesting question that was the subject of much debate while I was in college. We used to drive up to Toronto quite often, not on purpose but because Canadian highway signs are confusing, and while there we couldn't help but notice that all the people in Eastern Canada were creepy as hell.
For one thing, they were always helpful and trying to be friendly, which seemed completely unnatural since were living in New York and Detroit (and always missing the exit to Buffalo on the drive between them, which was the source of the Toronto side trips). But what we noticed about the folk of Toronto is that all the men had exactly the same level of bland TV-actor attractiveness, like Alex Trebek or Michael J. Fox, but rarely getting any more or any less attractive than that, while all the women were vaguely below par.
But the summertimes we spent on the west coast, and so ended up taking trips to Vancouver whenever we forgot to stop in Seattle. And here we encountered the opposite phenomenon: blandly attractive women, blandly unattractive men. Mysterious! This led us to theorize that Canada employs a wide-ranging geographic sorting scheme, where attractive people move continually eastward or westward according to gender, until they reach equilibrium with their local environment. I'm not sure what they call this program but I'm sure it has something to do with nationalized health care.
(I was encouraged to make an exception for western Canada because one of the girls I was dating at the time was from Vancouver. My observations on this subject may not have been entirely objective.)
In Blitzen's case we can't make any predictions until she moves out of her parents' house and starts gradually migrating either eastwards or westwards.
Anyway when did I ever predict you'd end up with a hot girl? That has nothing to do with anything.