It’s kind of true..
If you're American...
• You believe deep down in the First Amendment, guaranteed by the government and perhaps by God.
• You're familiar with David Letterman, Mary Tyler Moore, Saturday Night Live, Bewitched, the Flintstones, Sesame Street, Mr. Rogers, Bob Newhart, Bill Cosby, Bugs Bunny, Road Runner, Donald Duck, the Fonz, Archie Bunker, Star Trek, the Honeymooners, the Addams Family, the Three Stooges, and Beetle Bailey.
• You know how baseball, basketball, and American football are played. If you're male, you can argue intricate points about their rules. On the other hand (and unless you're under about 20), you don't care that much for soccer.
• You count yourself fortunate if you get three weeks of vacation a year.
If you're Canadian...
• ...you are of course not American. You're fascinated by minute differences between the U.S. and Canada, and a bit annoyed at Europeans who can't tell you apart.
• You are vaguely familiar with the charters of rights and freedoms in the constitution but really have no idea of what it's about.
• It seems perfectly normal for your country's Queen to live on another continent. You don't really think about it since it's not like it makes any difference; and if you're Quebecois, she's not really your Queen anyway.
• You might not even know the words to the National Anthem (in either language). You like that beer commercial though.
• You're familiar with virtually all of the American personalities on TV and movies, as well as a number of Canadian ones if you watch the CBC, like Graeme Green, Paul Gross, John Candy, Jim Carrie, Tom Jackson, Patrick McKenna, Eric Peterson, William Shatner, Megan Follows, Bruno Gerussi.
• You're familiar with Kids In The Hall, This Hour Has 22 Minutes, Made In Canada, Red Green, North of 60, Anne of Green Gables, Royal Canadian Air Farce, Due South, Road to Avonlea, Raccoons, Danger Bay, Spirit Bay, Kids of Degrassi Street, Street Legal and maybe Traders, or if you're older, The Beachcombers, Wayne and Schuster, Don Messer's Jubilee, Front Page Challenge, and King of Kensington, even if you haven't watched them personally.
• You either watch or listen to CBC television and radio, or you don't. That fact tends to make a difference in your view of the world.