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Morning Brew: November 20th, 2007


Photo: "sunset over etobicoke" by blogTO Flickr pooler angiemckaig.

Your morning news roundup for Tuesday November 20th, 2007:

Stricter regulations will be in place to prevent confident but untrained people from cutting, tucking, and reshaping human bodies. Who knows - maybe we'll see fewer Michael Jackson noses, uneven boobs, and dead mothers.

If your home has eavestroughs that empty directly into the ground (like this), call this number immediately (like, right now) and save yourself a lot of time and money. Even if you send me just $100 for passing on the $1300-saving tip, you're still up $1200 ;)

The Canadian dollar is nearing parity (again, but in the other direction).

A 43-year old man got off a Pickering bus and was forced into a wooded area at knife-point where he was beaten and sexually assaulted by three teenaged boys who were all dressed in black.

A female airport security employee at Pearson has been suspended - for wearing a skirt that's too long?

Two teens are dead, after a 14-year old boy crashed the car he bought just the two days prior to the accident. How he bought it and who it bought it from are burning questions, and may have us rethinking laws.


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