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Monthly Archives: November 2006
There was a big fire at New York Pork on St. Clair & Weston Rd. a few days ago… they’re still cleaning up the mess. I just had to go take a look, and on Friday morning they were loading … Continue reading
On Monday, November 6, 2006, â€œVâ€ visited security check points at the White House, the main Treasury, IRS and Justice Department Buildings and the Capitol. â€œVâ€™sâ€ purpose was to deliver the Peopleâ€™s Petitions for Redress of Grievances relating to the … Continue reading
BRIGHTON – The police department has recommended felony charges be filed against a female high school teacher accused of having an inappropriate sexual encounter with a teenage student. McCandless, a Social Studies teacher and cheerleading coach, has been under investigation … Continue reading
Rona Ambrose is probably Canada’s best looking member of their government.Â I just find it interesting that she offers a high-resolution photograph of herself (not just a head shot, but full body-shot) on her website. Â
A Brazilian woman who was shot six times in the head after an altercation with her ex-husband was out of the hospital and talking to the media on Saturday.“I know this was a miracle,” 21-year-old housewife Patricia Goncalves Pereira told … Continue reading
A burrito is not a sandwich.
AÂ Florida voter may have unwittingly lost hundreds of thousands of dollars by using an extremely rare stamp to mail an absentee ballot in Tuesday’s congressional election, a government official said Friday. Article
WifeGeeding and I attended an engagement party Saturday night for her friend that is the nanny for Ross Perot’s grandchildren. The Perot family was nice enough to host the party at their house, and was this a night to remember … Continue reading
Watch him in action here.
AÂ doctor at a family planning clinic told a patient that she needed an exorcism because there was something sinister moving around inside her stomach, a medical tribunal was told yesterday. Joyce Pratt, 44, allegedly told the patient, who was seeking … Continue reading
WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — New Zealand’s high school students will be able to use “text-speak” — the mobile phone text message language beloved of teenagers — in national exams this year, officials said. Text-speak, a second language for thousands … Continue reading
And you just thought election season was over. Watch his campaign video here.
Haircuts by Children is a whimsical performance that playfully engages with the enfranchisement of children, trust in the younger generation, and the thrills and chills of vanity. Students from Parkdale Public School, between the ages of ten and twelve, offered … Continue reading
Photograph from the mid-1870s of a pile of American Bison skulls waiting to be ground for fertilizer. That’s a lot of skulls. Link
This just about sums it up.