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The U.S. of EH?: How Canada Secretly Controls the United States and Why That's OK [Paperback]

Kerry Colburn , Rob Sorenson
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June 24 2008
Canadians are peaceable, friendly, unassuming, and adorable. They're also secretly in control of nearly every aspect of life in the Southernmost Canadian territory known as the United States. This hilarious illustrated compendium of real facts and wild assertions traces a vast, maple-leaf conspiracy that plays up Canada's self-effacing second fiddle image to the U.S. while it creates and clandestinely controls nearly everything Americans hold dear, from Superman to basketball to WilliamShatner to macaroni and cheese. With everyday life in the U.S. already as much as 70% Canadian, and our music, movies, and TV shows filled with subliminal pro-Canadian messages, the authors of So, You Want to Be Canadian reveal that in actuality, you already are.

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Kerry Colburn, an "American," and Rob Sorensen, a Canadian, are the authors of So, You Want to Be Canadian. They live in Seattle.

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4.0 out of 5 stars Classic Canadian comedy, good stuff! Nov. 21 2013
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If you want an entertaining read, and a few laughs at Canadians expense, then read this! You won't be disapointed.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Hilarious and maybe true??? Sept. 9 2008
By Lil Weigel - Published on Amazon.com
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I just bought 2 copies of this book for some American friends who are moving to Canada. This is the PERFECT gift for any Canadians or Americans! Its packed with real facts about why Canada is behind everything American's think is great. If the Republicans take over the Oval Office again in 2009, I'm going to study this book so that I can move to Canada and pretend I'm one of 'em, eh?
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5.0 out of 5 stars Who woulda thunk? Oct. 1 2008
By A. Whitney - Published on Amazon.com
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After reading this book I have a new awe of Canadians. They benevolently have their hands in every part of American society! Who knew that Clamato, The BlackBerry PDA, synchronized swimming and lightbulbs all hail from the Great White North? The book is humorous in how it puts forth the evidence of canuck domination. Peter Jennings, William Shatner and Tommy Chong---all Canadian. Dozens of films that we believe are filmed in the USA--- filmed in Canada. Is everything I know know now thrown into question?
After reading this book I wonder if our upcoming election even matters, if Canada is running the place anyway...I'll still vote, just in case.
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1.0 out of 5 stars disappointed Aug. 23 2012
By Lindsey - Published on Amazon.com
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I bought this on a recommendation from a friend. It's basically a list of famous Canadians, Not much more. Expected it to be smarter.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Very fun, slightly silly gift for your favorite Canadian. July 4 2009
By jessierose - Published on Amazon.com
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Any Canadians who want to convince the world just how important Canada is and any Americans who want to help their favorite Canadians celebrate their country's unique contributions to the world: buy this book!
You actually won't believe just how many "All American" things are, in fact, 100% Canadian!
It is kind of a small, short book but makes a great birthday card or small gag gift.
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4.0 out of 5 stars A slice of Canadian humour Oct. 3 2012
By S. A. Krueger - Published on Amazon.com
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Canada has given the world a lot of extremely funny people. Americans tend to see us as sort of quiet, perhaps dour folks but Canadians are really funny. Think John Canady and Martin Short....it shouldn't be all that surprising that a book like "The US of Eh" would come along and give us a chuckle or six. My only complaint? The secret Canadian conspiracy to bring some sanity to the US has been exposed. Are we all now doomed?
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