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Not sure how I missed this one.
Yep, you Canucks are weird aye!
Anyway, I thought the intro was to abrupt. But after that I enjoyed it very much. I had a grin on my face. I can picture a pale skin Canadian trying to fit in down south USA. I'm not a southerner myself, but I thought your accent was pretty good. Maybe it would sound better if you sounded more Canadian when you sing in that person. But not a big deal.
The two things that are different about the NRA as compared to other 'trade associations' is that they spend a huge amount of money on lobbying to 'protect the rights' of their membership, and their membership is not just production companies, but individuals.