Derby #34: Canada
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Hoser Airlines: Take off, eh?

Hoser Airlines: Take off, eh?
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ejseader


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Re: Hoser Airlines: Take off, eh?


This is a resubmit.

"We cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home." - Edward R. Murrow

daedalusknight


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ejseader wrote:This is a resubmit.


It looks much better without the photo, and it's printable too. :-)

I have a cousin in Canada who would love this one.

mjc613


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Re: Hoser Airlines: Take off, eh?

Can you supply either a detailed picture of the plane, or say what colors you used?
The belly of the plane appears to have gradients on my screen, and I'm hoping that's because the colors are close together.

ejseader


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mjc613 wrote:Can you supply either a detailed picture of the plane, or say what colors you used?
The belly of the plane appears to have gradients on my screen, and I'm hoping that's because the colors are close together.


I'll have to give you a definitive answer on the exact colors later, but I can assure you there are no gradients. All the colors are separated.

"We cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home." - Edward R. Murrow

bct74


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ejseader wrote:This is a resubmit.


You should lose the question mark - make it a declarative statement:
"Take off, eh."

ejseader


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bct74 wrote:You should lose the question mark - make it a declarative statement:
"Take off, eh."


Isn't "eh" a question though? I thought it's the Canadian equivalent of "huh"? To me, "Take off, huh." wouldn't make as much sense as "Take off, huh?"

Kind of silly to get into a grammatical issue over a t-shirt regardless. that wuz teh funneh

"We cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home." - Edward R. Murrow

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