Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: CANADA! Montreal (party city), Quebec
k well first off william745, didn't understand the last half of what you were saying for the life of me.
Second, where i live in Quebec, if you make yearly salary over the poverty line (i think it's around $25 000-30 000 CAD), you get taxed about 45% of your yearly income. If you make like over $100 000 a year they take 55% or more of your yearly salary. And everything here, including food etc. is taxed at a rate of 13.5% (which was lowered last year from 15% BTW). licensing and insurance premiums and registration charges up the ass every year too if you own a car. Public transit is expensive, electricity is getting worse even though most of our power is being sold to you guys in the US...it's nuts. PLUS it gets f*cking cold here in the winter.
Oh, and our 'dollar menu' at mcdonalds is called a 'McValue' meal, and instead of $1 for a burger it's just under $2. maybe like $1.87 or something, it just went up again.
Sux doesnt it!
oh anyone wants info on medicare hit me up i know theyre thinkin bout implementing it there in the US. just pm me or ill start a thread loool
peace guyz keep the complaints comin'