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#83 - toughactintinactin
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(04/08/2013) [-]
Canada has a lot of oil...

should i be worried...?
#414 to #83 - anon
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(04/09/2013) [-]
In the U.S, the largest percentage of imported oil comes from canada, followed by mexico.
#206 to #83 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#373 to #206 - popkornking
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(04/09/2013) [-]
I know where I live you probably could, we lock the doors once when we go out/ to sleep anyways
#246 to #206 - bknob
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(04/08/2013) [-]
I didn't realize you meant while we were home, I thought you mean't while we were gone. Almost everyone I know keeps their front doors locked because theres no need to open it, but while were home we never lock our back door, its practically always wide open.
#244 to #206 - hamfj
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(04/08/2013) [-]
We rarely lock it when we are home. If we go out for more than an hour we lock our doors though.
#243 to #206 - bknob
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(04/08/2013) [-]
Depends on where you are. If you live in a city (I live in Calgary, AB) you always lock your doors. In fact we have multiple locks. However in some towns like Moosejaw, SK, my Grandma leaves both her front doors wide open in the summer to cool her house down without any fear of robbery or anything; shes been doing that for like 20 years.

In fact, in some places up north people leave their cabins unlocked year round even when away for the winter. The reason for this is because of native tribes who wander the areas. Lots are looking for warm places to stay, rather than outside all the time for short periods of time. If you lock your door, theyll break in and leave it like that, but if you leave it open theyll come in, use it for what they need and leave it the way they came in as if they were never there.

tl;dr it depends on where you live. If its a city, hell no. If its somewhere else like a town, potentially true.
#213 to #206 - toughactintinactin
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(04/08/2013) [-]
Not when people are home and such. At night I do and when i go out. My city's ranked #21 in Canada for crime though and our B and E rate is over 700 per 100,000 (national average is about 500) so my case might be a bit different. I could see that maybe happening in some of the smaller more rural parts of Canada but not any larger city.
#574 to #213 - anon
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(04/09/2013) [-]
Nope #21 is MISTAKEN! PEOPLE (hackers) Shut off ALARM SYSTEM THRU INTERNET/ CALLED TEST - THEN THEY TAKE WHST THEY NEED FRM GRAMMA (smile candid camera ` already HAVE ADT READ OUT) OR LADDER BEDROOM WINDOW/ OPTIONS/ CAMERA'S STILL CALLED B$$$E WHEREVER YOU ARE/ RINGS/ BRAS (sick jealous) SET UP$$$$
BAZINGA.
#215 to #213 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#239 to #215 - lolme
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(04/08/2013) [-]
WHAT? It's normal to lock you're door when you're home? That really suprised me, like really really.
WHAT? It's normal to lock you're door when you're home? That really suprised me, like really really.
#394 to #239 - lolme
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(04/09/2013) [-]
your* I wrote that sentence a little quick.
#399 to #394 - primerpower
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#220 to #215 - toughactintinactin
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(04/08/2013) [-]
Not that i know of, do people do that in the US?
#225 to #220 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#255 to #225 - anon
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(04/09/2013) [-]
*****, what are you saying. Rural areas man, all unlocked
#257 to #255 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#230 to #225 - toughactintinactin
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(04/08/2013) [-]
I'm not very surprised. Our homicide rate is 1.6:100,000 and yours is 4.8:100,000 plus you have more guns than we have people, no offense meant of course. I'd probably lock my door in that situation too, but there's relatively little violent crime in Canada so i guess people feel a bit safer(?)
#234 to #230 - sirdickhousen **User deleted account**
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#185 to #83 - anon
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(04/08/2013) [-]
canada already trades with the states and literally has giant pipes crossing the boarder from alberta's oil sands to montana
#186 to #185 - toughactintinactin
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(04/08/2013) [-]
This is true anon, i merely jest, the states is our closest ally.
#175 to #83 - Blackarican
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(04/08/2013) [-]
Prepare to be freed like a ************.
#431 to #175 - isolotop
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(04/09/2013) [-]
You know that post about New Zealand being the freest country in the world, well Canada is second. The US.......................... 17th; I think it's you who better be prepared, we burnt down the White House once and we'll do it again.
#111 to #83 - drdiddly
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(04/08/2013) [-]
NO! It's our oil!
#115 to #111 - toughactintinactin
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(04/08/2013) [-]
We'll gladly sell it to them though
#118 to #115 - drdiddly
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(04/08/2013) [-]
NO! IT'S OURS HA HA HA!
#119 to #118 - toughactintinactin
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(04/08/2013) [-]
sorry
#341 to #119 - ViXi
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(04/09/2013) [-]
I'm sorry he yelled at you.
#123 to #119 - drdiddly
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(04/08/2013) [-]
You better be. I'm not like other Canadians. I wouldn't say "Sorry for yelling" NO!
I don't say sorry to anyone
#170 to #123 - Bobtheblob
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(04/08/2013) [-]
You just said it twice, though.
You just said it twice, though.
#174 to #170 - drdiddly
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(04/08/2013) [-]
No, I just said it once.
The second time, I didn't say it directly to anyone
#383 to #174 - blacknbluebrony
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(04/09/2013) [-]
You're a rather "special" one, aren't ya?
#127 to #123 - anon
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(04/08/2013) [-]
You're just like the ******* rest


sorry
#84 to #83 - rabaneristo ONLINE
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(04/08/2013) [-]
No, you should be sorry.
#494 to #84 - bjartur
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(04/09/2013) [-]
ARE YOU ******* SORRY ?
#368 to #84 - beamishbb
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#365 to #84 - beamishbb
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#188 to #84 - junter
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(04/08/2013) [-]
ARE YOU ******* SORRY?!
#187 to #84 - applecows
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(04/08/2013) [-]
we're sorry
#85 to #84 - toughactintinactin
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(04/08/2013) [-]
Oh, sorry about that