Mayor Miller after flossing for the first time in 6 years

Morning Brew: October 23rd, 2007


Photo: "Tough Zombie" by BlogTO Flickr pooler JaMmCat

Your morning news roundup for Tuesday October 23nd, 2007:

Eric Boateng, one of the 17 people arrested in regards to the murder of Jane Creba, was killed over the weekend. He was confronted and killed in a parking lot on his way back to his car. Was it a hit, perhaps?

Steven Chand, one of the 18 people arrested on suspicion of plotting to blow $hit up and shave a few inches off the height of our Prime Minister. was denied bail. Two of his co-accused have already been granted bail on strict terms. Nelson Muntz could be heard yelling "Ha ha!" in the distance.

Ex-NFL running back, Willis McGahee, has gone on record saying something along the lines of saying that the Bills' hometown smells like a bag of buffalo chips when compared to Toronto. The city of Buffalo, it should be said, has been pouring some major haterade on him lately.

Homeowners aren't the only ones getting it in the ear from the land transfer tax.

Toronto went from being the third most polite city in the world to the third rudest in the nation. When asked what they thought of the new ranking, an unnamed Torontonian was heard to have said "What the %uck do those @$$holes know anyways?"

Condom testers wanted. Only the condoms are being supplied, you filthy bastards.


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