On a completely different note, sliding started up again this last week for me. As a result, I'm quite sore, tired and irritable (especially if I have a bad session, get beat by Tepsor shudder, or crash shudder shudder. However, on the bright side of this, we had our first of five selection races for the spots on the national team. I finished 6th in that race, but with a bad run. Now that we're going from a place where my terrible start is less important, I actually have a chance to contend for at least a 4th, should I have a clean run, and conditions don't screw me over! Hoping for the best, and I'll keep things updated here.
You are part Monica. You have a go-all-out nature. Your friends better watch out, because you play to win. Also, when it comes to order and cleanliness, you're a bit obsessive compulsive. Your best trait, however, is your thoughtfulness. You go to great lengths to care for your friends.
You are part Chandler. You're funny and that's why people like to have you around. You're also a great friend, and when someone you care about is in trouble, they know to come to you for some level-headed advice followed by some sharp sarcasm.
I know it's explained in Omega Flight that wearing that suit isn't about nationality, "It's about serving Canada." I think that this is the equivalent of me going down to the US, and getting to wear Cap's suit and carry his shield. As an athlete who plans on representing Canada at the Olympics, and currently in the world of luge, I think that wearing the maple leaf and representing the entire country is an honor that parallels what the Guardian suit means; That you are one of the nation's greatest. Think about it, would it mean more to you to represent your own country, or someone else's?