Hold the fuck up.
A half-Canadian protagonist? What the hell? Is Canada even a real place?
Blue Forest, Ontario isn't a real place, is it? The postal code is fake at the very least.
They surrendered in WW2 and got annexed by Japan, the US didn't notice so it remains under IJN control.
I've never heard of it, and apparently google hasn't either. I've seen it used as a street name and such before though.
Almost all female characters in this show have a punchable face and I hate it.
>Is Canada even a real place?
It's part of the United States. Britain gave it to the US as a gift. We let them pretend they're a real country though because it keeps them happy. Well except Quebec, but you can't expect them to be happy, now can you?
They're never happy about anything ever. Their university tuitions went from the cheapest, to the slightly more expensive cheapest, and riots broke out.
We might be a weird country, but Quebec is fucking nuts.
I think the MV0 would still put it in Ontario, but besides that it's totally fake.
Character design is so fucking bad.
Canada? The only thing I've heard associated with that word is milkbags. Can you believe? Milk? In bags? Hah!
You mean rapable?
I don't see why Canada is even it's own country when they share the same exact culture as America, minus Quebec of course which should get a wall built around it to keep them out of the rest of North America.
Because where else is there going to be a giant melting pot of everyone in the world that doesn't give a shit about anything ever?
Looks like they were aiming for rural Ontario, but screwed up and picked M.
Canadians are lucky, they get to have all of the benefits of America, but none of the drawbacks. Freedom has a price and America pays for it while Canada just sits there and reaps all of the benefits.
Freedom isn't free, Canada needs to pay their fair share too.
mfw i just poured myself some cereal from a bag of milk
at least im not from quebec
America should trick Canada into annexing them, then taking their universal health care.
Canada does a fine job of paying for its share it involves itself in everything it needs to, and has a lot of historical weight that only gets overlooked by NA really.
I emember going on a trip across Europe in high school and everywhere we went people seemed pumped that we were Canadian, it was weird.
dude are you even aware that 90% of this country is land so cold nobody else could survive on it aside from the russians?
Nah, they need to take it from somewhere that has effective universal health care. Ours just seems good in theory, but it's shit in comparison to other countries.
Yes, that's why 99% of Canadians live within an hour's drive of America. Canada should pay America freedom taxes...or at least give us a way to make Obamacare work. I tried signing up for it and it told me I had to pay 800 dollars a month when I'm unemployed.
I need to get an ingrown toenail taken care of...
self surgery dude, just dont fuck it up and let it get infected by trying to do it while drunk or something
>Canada should give America a way to make their government work
Have you considered that it sucks everywhere and communists are just pretending that it works elsewhere?
Why don't you just bomb them until they give you what you want?
We'll take Rob Ford off of your hands while we're at it. He would be a pretty good American politician. Just teach us the ways of socialized medicine.
Why is this anime so good?
>Canada needs to pay their fair share too.
Yeah, they need to kick that southern neighbour from time to time
We already have our own politicians who think being drunk is an excuse for doing coke and murdering people
You Canadians are really the scum of this board. I have seen this fucking thread a lot this month. Are you so desperate for attention? Does the world not care enough of you?
Liability. We'd probably end up hitting America more than Canada and then people would sue.
It wouldn't be that bad if they leveled Detroit though instead of Windsor. That would probably improve things there.
First Justine Bieber and now this? What will Canada think of next?