Annette never had a chance. Inside a season, she went from delicate to whopping, and the Duke never glanced in her direction without sad bewilderment clouding his eyes. (Annette, it might be noted, seemed only cheerier throughout her enlargement. Bought some OSB trench boots on sale, but the boots never got comfortable so I gifted them to a friend. I ordered a pair of Trumans when the company was just starting to show up on r/GYW, but had to return them due to fit issues. I had so many issues that I more or less gave up on GYW footwear.
People call the cops all the time for people going door to door. Half the time its just them being annoyed that someone bothered them, and half the time its a little old lady who thinks that anyone at her door past five is trying to kill her. Usually they don even look outside, and it ends up being the guy who mows their lawn every Wednesday..
Let’s face it, the world has probably not woken up to find a new musical genius in its midst. He is good, but there are better. Some, like him, are new acts, but they will receive one percent of the media coverage afforded to the ex Cambridge Footlight.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileA French parliamentary panel says the country should prohibit women from wearing face veils in public buildings such as hospitals and schools, but stops short of outlawing the garb entirely.The panel’s 200 page report Tuesday calls for changes in France’s laws that would require people to show their faces and keep them uncovered when entering public facilities such as hospitals, schools, post offices, universities, government buildings and all public services, including public transport.The proposed restrictions do not extend to private buildings or on the street, stopping short of an outright ban many critics suggested would be unconstitutional.French President Nicolas Sarkozy has made face veils a political issue, saying last summer that they imprison women and would not be tolerated in France.Face veils have been controversial in Canada as well, with the federal Conservatives introducing a bill in 2007 that would have forced veiled women to show their faces when voting.But last year Steven Fletcher, minister of state for democratic reform, said the government had no plans to go forward with the legislation because of other priorities.Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports. Internet and cellphone data service was unavailable throughout the country, making it impossible for news of the protests. Continue reading this postAccess to information: Does Canada need to be more open with data?TTC bus driver: Do you often see your local drivers texting?The Toronto Sun on Thursday published a picture sent by a reader of a TTC bus driver driving while texting on a mobile device.