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 Post subject: Harry Raderman- Canadian capers
PostPosted: Mon Nov 25, 2019 2:25 pm 
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 Post subject: Re: Harry Raderman- Canadian cappers
PostPosted: Thu Dec 05, 2019 9:06 pm 
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I saw the word "Cappers" in the forum post heading and the clip. The title is Canadian Capers and there is a not so subtle difference between Cappers and Capers:

Definition of Capper:
1. one that caps: such as a device that fits caps on bottles.
2. finale, climax, clincher.
3. a lure or decoy especially in an illicit or questionable activity : shill.

Definition of Caper:
1. a playful skipping movement.
"she did a little caper"
2. INFORMAL
an activity or escapade, typically one that is illicit or ridiculous.

I knew a few Canadian Cappers who bottled Canadian Dry.


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 Post subject: Re: Harry Raderman- Canadian capers
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 Post subject: Re: Harry Raderman- Canadian capers
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This Harry Raderman Edison is great. I like all these Harry Raderman band records.


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 Post subject: Re: Harry Raderman- Canadian cappers
PostPosted: Fri Dec 06, 2019 12:57 am 
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Governor Flyball wrote:
I saw the word "Cappers" in the forum post heading and the clip. The title is Canadian Capers and there is a not so subtle difference between Cappers and Capers:

Definition of Capper:
1. one that caps: such as a device that fits caps on bottles.
2. finale, climax, clincher.
3. a lure or decoy especially in an illicit or questionable activity : shill.

Definition of Caper:
1. a playful skipping movement.
"she did a little caper"
2. INFORMAL
an activity or escapade, typically one that is illicit or ridiculous.

I knew a few Canadian Cappers who bottled Canadian Dry.


Were any of those Canadian cappers complicit in any Canadian capers or were they complacent Canadian cappers avoiding capers completely?
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