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A picture’s worth 332 words

Totally randomly, a friend of a friend posted this image of their miniature Christmas village this morning on Facebook, and I swear, it describes perfectly a scene in No Matter How Improbable: “Annie and I were just exiting a children’s toy store, she having secured ‘the perfect’ wooden train set for her twin brothers. Her father had sent her the money for the purchase, and after several stores, we found an appropriately-priced locomotive.”

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What would you have called Canada in 1876?

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