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Hopefully you will all have fun meeting singles and try out this online dating thing... into the polluted waters,knowing people have died...annnddd the water is polluted..you still do it - No matter where you go, Sarnia will always have the BEST weed..matter what anyone says (everything good, has to go through sarnia) - Kathleen Street is the hood - Every high school had a bad reputaion or name: S. - Even though you hear stories about 'rapists' or 'assaults'..still feel safe enought to walk your drunk ass home at night - You know what The Boat building is - Swimming across the river to the States has been,still is, or will be a dream in your life - You went to the cinema beside the old Eaton's Mall (now bayside mall) - You refer to it as "putt-putt" not "mini golf" - You swam at Jackson's pool..pee'd in Jacksons pool...you've gotten pink eye from Jackson's pool - You dont know why that big plane is in Germain park,and have thought at one point that maybe it just landed there - You know who "Back Alley Sally"(or "Bag Lady") is and that she's - You've had a good converstion with Happy harry Suitcase sam about 'cults' (a.k.a rivercity) - When you cant find your friends in the summer, chances are they are at the beach - Baxter beach parties now get broken up at 9pm..then start again at pm - School gets cancelled because of "Fog Days" but the fog is gone before school starts - Most of your friends live in walking distance - You see the signs posted at the beach about the unsafe waters..you still swim - Most of our teachers have taught our parents - Tim Hortons is a fashion statement - You've hung out in the parking lot at Canatara beach on one or more occasions - You've drank underage at Canatara Beach on one or more occasions - Most of all..dont realize how great it is...

Remember that we are the largest free online dating service, so you will never have to pay a dime to meet your soulmate.- You know what a river run is..you've been on them many times - You've eaten fries under the bridge on many, many occasions - You go fishing for 'goobies"... Until you're gone How about partying on Stag Island?

The submarine races under the bridge......that event still attended late at night with a date these days kids? OH MY..you rememeber the Colonial and the Hambone...are showing your age...

I was just a young 'un when those places were still there....along with Douglas Keddy shoes with the special row of seating JUST for children...fond memories The Colonial. My Dad met his ex-girlfriend there when I was a kid. My sisters and I won a rabbit at the old Imperial Theatre during a Sunday matinee just before Easter when I was about 7.

Well I lived in Sarnia for almost 20 yrs and I have to say the only things I miss are the fries under the bridge, the radio stations, the water and my friends. The people in Petrolia are so generous - it blows me away. I have lived in London for 18 years and was originally from Sarniabut moved to Brights Grove and most of my family live in Sarniaand I come home every 2 weeks and my boys are insist that I bringback Puffio's from Ciccio's......are the best ever !!!!!In days gone by there was cruising between the A&W on Maxwell St (just behind Keelans)and Tabs on Colbourne Rd. The pictures of Sarnia and Stag Island that Chris Hadfield took from space. I've done almost everyhthing on that list except I was of age for all my drinking! (even when I wasn't in town), were mostly underage!(My roomate was younger than me)Friggin' missed Bayfest AGAIN this year from Work. Well I know we had the 1st POF party there and I sang on stage and it was great. I also know you can't get much to eat after in the morning.An alert issued by the nearby First Nations community of Aamjiwnaang stated the chemical spilled was hydrogen sulphide. The same source said Nova staff were told Wednesday morning that a leak “happened last (Tuesday) night and (was) still not contained.” The company, which employs about 500 people at the plant, called an all-clear just after 6 p.m.A spokesperson for the Ontario Ministry of the Environment, which must legally be told about any chemical spills, didn’t say if Nova notified the government of the incident but said it’s now aware of an “alarm” at the plant.

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