Swedish sub travels up Mississippi River into Canada

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  1. Hunter368

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    All this talk about Swedish military juggernaut I thought you all should hear about this, its amazing!!!!!

    Swedish sub "HMS Gotland" enters the Mississippi River from the Gulf of Mexico and travels over 3900 miles north up the Mississippi River and Red River into Winnipeg Canada and surfaces in the middle of Winnipeg (in the Red River).

    Surprised on lookers cheered and threw flowers to the Swedish sailors.

    USA and Canadian governments and militarizes are enraged and embarrassed.

    Swedish government and military laugh at the Canadian and USA incompetence.

    Apparently the first information to be gained by USA and Canadian military is that the sub went up the Red Mississippi River submerged during day light hours and surfaced during night. The HMS Gotland was hidden electronically by a Swedish SAAB 340B which was using "Swedish stealth technology" and long range fuel tanks. The SAAB 340B was escorted by a squadron of Swedish Gripen also using "Swedish stealth technology" and long range fuel tanks.

    I have attached a few pics of the HMS Gotland (as well as the people cheering) on the Red River in Winnipeg. I even went down to the docks to see it for myself!!!!

    Go Sweden GO Sweden GO Sweden GO !!!!!!! Sweden Rocks!!!! Sweden Rules!! The entire world should fear Sweden!!! USA look out Sweden is the new Super Power!!!
     

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    SWEDEN !!! SWEDEN !!! SWEDEN !!! SWEDEN !!! SWEDEN !!! ABBA !!! ABBA !!!
     

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    Was this origionally published on April 1st?
     
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    Olympic gold medal in hockey baaahhahaha you bet we rule :p
     
  6. Hunter368

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    Do you really want to compare men's hockey records in the Olympics? Tell me you don't want to do that? Tell me you didn't say that?

    GOLD
    SILVER
    BRONZE

    1920
    Canada - Gold
    United States - Silver
    Czechoslovakia - Bronze

    1924
    Canada - Gold
    United States - Silver
    Great Britain - Bronze

    1928
    Canada - Gold
    Sweden - Silver
    Switzerland - Bronze

    1932
    Canada - Gold
    United States - Silver
    Germany - Bronze

    1936
    Great Britain - Gold
    Canada - Silver
    United States - Bronze

    1948
    Canada - Gold
    Czechoslovakia - Silver
    Switzerland - Bronze

    1952
    Canada - Gold
    United States - Silver
    Sweden - Bronze

    1956
    Soviet Union - Gold
    United States - Silver
    Canada - Bronze

    1960
    United States - Gold
    Canada - Silver
    Soviet Union - Bronze

    1964
    Soviet Union - Gold
    Sweden - Silver
    Czechoslovakia - Bronze

    1968
    Soviet Union - Gold
    Czechoslovakia - Silver
    Canada - Bronze

    1972
    Soviet Union - Gold
    United States - Silver
    Czechoslovakia - Bronze

    1976
    Soviet Union - Gold
    Czechoslovakia - Silver
    West Germany - Bronze

    1980
    United States - Gold
    Soviet Union - Silver
    Sweden - Bronze

    1984
    Soviet Union - Gold
    Czechoslovakia - Silver
    Sweden - Bronze

    1988
    Soviet Union - Gold
    Finland - Silver
    Sweden - Bronze

    1992
    Unified Team - Gold
    Canada - Silver
    Czechoslovakia - Bronze

    1994
    Sweden - Gold
    Canada - Silver
    Finland - Bronze

    1998
    Czech Republic - Gold
    Russia - Silver
    Finland - Bronze

    2002
    Canada - Gold
    United States - Silver
    Russia - Bronze

    2006
    Sweden - Gold
    Finland - Silver
    Czech Republic - Bronze


    Here it is broken down for you, Canada and Sweden (since 1920):

    Canada
    Gold - 7
    Silver - 4
    Bronze - 2
    Total = 13 medals

    Sweden
    Gold - 2
    Silver - 2
    Bronze - 4
    Total = 8 medals

    Not even close there my Swedish friend. Canada 7 gold medals, Sweden 2 gold medals. Enough said on the subject of Hockey I think. lol
     
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    yeah ok so you have more medals then we cant have won this olympics geez give up, you are no fun. and who the hell did say any thing about comparing medals haha.
     
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    Give what up??? That he's proud of his countries achievements in international hockey competition???
    He did, to prove that his countries hockey team is waaaaaaaaaay better than urs, and he proved a point and slammed ur *** with the burden of proof......

    Laughing at ur own penis size is not something we condone here, and continuation of said small penis mocking will result in offical warnings....
     
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    What is going on there, since when could we ice skate (or play ice hockey) :confused:
     
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    Haha gnomey i saw that too, things must have been much different back then...

    Is that Swedish sub story real? That's pretty cool, doesnt say much for the US though.
     
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    Bit off topic with the hockey, so did this sub story really happen?
     
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    Jesus H Christ u guys are gullible........

    No, it is not real.......
     
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    Of course not. Remember the story of the canoe and bow, Les? ;) Hmmm... I might have a better ending to this story. hehe
     
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    GOLD SILVER BRONZE TOTAL
    Sweden: 185 186 217 588
    Canada: 93 123 145 361


    total olympic medals.
     
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    lol, As Les is saying here, I was just having some good light hearted fun with our proud Swedish friend, ozumn. Something we can all laugh at it.

    Glad you can take a joke ozumn!!!

    Cheers!
     
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    i thought that sub story was hella fun.
     
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    A while back we were discussing fishing with a bow and arrow. Then this came out:
    hehe I could just paraphrase the Oscar class and make it the Swedish sub. ;)
     
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    Good one, for it to fit in Canada theme plus a recent subject here, here is another slant on the story.

    Canadian seal hunter captures Swedish sub as it breaks through the ice. Canadian seal hunter beats Swedish Captain over the head with club and captures whole crew and sub.

    Swedish Captain later dies in Canadian hospital from head wounds!!

    lol
     
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    hehe, would the hunters also take his skin? ;)
     
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