City Officials to Smash Bike Posts

Morning Brew: August 15, 2006

Your morning news roundup for Tuesday, August 15, 2006:

If the bike thieves can do it, city staff can do it too! Adam Giambrone announced yesterday that city officials will begin attacking bike posts with two-by-fours.

I've only known people to buy three things from duty-free shops: perfume, cigarettes, and alcohol. With two of them being liquid, it's no wonder duty-free shops in airports are looking for compensation.

If you won the second biggest lottery jackpot in Canadian history, what would you do? Maybe buy out the Dollarama where you work?

Some school boards are under the impression that chopping English as a Second Language classes will help balance budgets. I'm under the impression that these boards need to take Budgeting as a Second Language class.

And though this may not be strictly Toronto news, Dell is recalling 4.1 million notebook batteries because of overheating. Those burn marks on your desk aren't really your fault.

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