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Morning Brew: November 14th, 2007


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Your morning news roundup for Wednesday November 14th, 2007:

Careless smoking is believed to have caused a fire in a downtown high rise, resulting in one elderly man's death.

Thanks to more Torontonians using low-flow toilets, coupled with reduced electricity usage and emissions at our water treatment plants, we can expect water prices to, what eff? Prices are going up?

Lotto retailers are still screwing with you, and the man is still saying they're gonna look into it.

A wise hostel-runner once told me "Australians will sleep anywhere." I blame Kylie Minogue for the recent bed-bug infestations in Toronto.

Turns out the people of Port Hope have been exposed to excessive levels of radiation for some 70 years. Aquamen have yet to emerge (psst, see what I did there?). Residents want some answers, one can assume in regards to the lack of Aquamen.

The 1 Bloor Condo sales office is finally gonna open up to agents. Students, at last, can go home and spend the $3000 a week they've been making, chuzza!

Bryan McCabe really should just quit hockey, instead spending his days crying in the corner of a grade school classroom while wearing a dunce hat. He'd be good at that.


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