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Morning Brew: July 12th, 2007


Photo: "quite fancy" by blogTO Flickr pooler tanjatiziana.

Your morning news roundup for July 12th, 2007:

Honest Ed Mirvish died yesterday. A funeral service for Edwin Mirvish will take place at Beth Tzedec Synagogue located at 1700 Bathurst Street, south of Eglinton Avenue, on Friday, July 13, 2007 at 11:00 a.m, and will be followed by a private family Shiva.

Joey Slinger of The Star admits to throwing rocks at cats. Isn't repeating violent acts towards animals a childhood a psychopath and sociopath's tendency? But hey, it peed a little squirtle on his lawn!

Trial dates are soon to be set for those accused of killing 8 Bandidos bikers in 2006. I'd comment on this, except I'm Soprano-afraid that I'll end up in a roll of carpeting in Lake Ontario.

Drunk driving might have been the cause of a mother's death and put her 2 year old son in the Sick Children's Hospital yesterday.

Thanks a bundle for using compact fluorescents but sod off for screwing my lungs up every time you drive to work! Miriam Diamond, professor of environmental science at the University of Toronto cites a "lack of public investment in public transit." Ummwtfomg?

Some ugly red head was in Toronto yesterday. Call me when Potter's girlfriend comes to town.

Did your numbers come up, but you weren't able to buy a ticket anywhere? Ha ha! You weren't alone.


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