Last night, three of the London Fog members had the pleasure to meet up with our most faithful commenter, Sorehead from the UK, right here in London Ontario. At the end of the evening, we offered Sorehead a lift to his hotel. As we bumped along the streets, dodging the most threatening craters, we were amazed to find King Street, one of Ontario's worst roads, nearly completely torn up for resurfacing. Only one bumpy paved lane remained for many blocks. Heritage advocates across the city are trying to imagine a way to convince council to order the restoration of the road to its original pothole-ridden condition.
Teachers at a South Tyneside school are hoping to stop pupils spending their dinner money on junk food by introducing a high-tech fingerprint scanner.It is expected that the school will hire enforcement officers to ensure dissidents don't smuggle in unapproved snacks.
HT: Nobody's Business
Monday, June 19, 2006
Posted by Lisa Turner on Monday, June 19, 2006