View Full Version : Jerricho in Ottawa

1st Feb 2006, 21:44
Looks like I'm going to be in Ottawa at the end of Feburary for a week.

Who wants to meet up for a quiet cup of tea or orange juice or two?

1st Feb 2006, 22:35
Look for this guy Jerr.


1st Feb 2006, 22:38
Yes, all roads lead to Ottawa. We expect to be there ourself towards the end of February, and shall pass what are now called coordinates by PM. Snow abounds. Few spiders. Perfect.

1st Feb 2006, 23:33
Sweet.......looks like I'm gonna be ther at the end of March as well.

Or is it just gonne be me and Binos in the bar again?

(Come on Binos, you know you want to ;) )

1st Feb 2006, 23:50
Bring your shorts and flip flops. And if anybody has seen winter.....please send a self address, post marked envelope with it's location to the following....

24 Sussex Drive
Ottawa, Ontario
Station A, Po Box L3G 5J6


2nd Feb 2006, 00:09
Fact That polar bear is a vegan and watches 80's re-runs of Eldorado!

He is also gay.:ok:

2nd Feb 2006, 00:12
The bear is not gay!!!

Have you ever drunk Bundaberg & coke - nectar of the gods!!

2nd Feb 2006, 00:16
Fact..that bears handbag is 3 inches south of the cameras field of vision!

You can also tell by the 'mincing' pose!:ok:

Oh...and its a french polar bear also..

2nd Feb 2006, 01:18
Everyone knows French Polar Bears drink vermouth........geeze :rolleyes:

Solid Rust Twotter
2nd Feb 2006, 06:16
Will there be a small ginger biscuit to go with the tea?

Bundaberg and VB are proof that Ozmates will put anything in their mouths...:E :ok:

2nd Feb 2006, 07:10
Does that mean you'll have to speak French????????

2nd Feb 2006, 11:28
I believe that as Canada is officially a bi-lingual country, my ineptitude as a multi-lingual may not be to my detriment.

I dunno if they speak Australian though :uhoh:

2nd Feb 2006, 11:40
my ineptitude as a multi-lingual

Hopefully not all the girls say that.:E :ok:

tony draper
2nd Feb 2006, 11:56
Apparently Ottawa means "To buy" from the word adaawe in Algonquin and Ojibwe; adapted as the name of the Odawa people.
Churchill is named after a Englishman,which is the correct way to name places of course.