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Morning Brew: November 13th, 2007


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Your morning news roundup for Tuesday November 13th, 2007, now with 100% less Jerrold:

Maybe this is the nice, balancing dollar news Tim was looking for the other day? After falling a record 3 cents (you heard me, three mondo cents), our dollar is worth a woeful $1.03 and change. Face it US of A, your dollar bites, hard.

McGuinty is claiming that our Prime Minister doesn't give a toot about Ontario's cities. Harper didn't have a response prepped, as he was busy finishing off his plate of stewed infant with a side of newborn kitten.

Anyone else dreaming of "making a mistake" with this facker?

4 guys were inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame, located a few minutes away from some tasty gelato. Is it just me or are the names making it in not as legendary as they were in the past? Scott Stevens?!?

I may be a full-time skeptic, but even I can't explain paranormal phenomena like this.

Health officials expect super hero-esque powers to develop in the people of Port Hope, within a matter of months. I'll be happy so long as the writers for Heroes don't introduce yet another character that can have any power in the world or fly.

But wait, there's more!

There hasn't been a Dimanno Watch column at Torontoist in

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almost two weeks. Such lax journalisticisming warrants a score of two and a half Topping heads, on a scale of one to six.


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