Chemtrails in Mississauga

As I was leaving on Saturday, this waved goodbye to me on the 401.

Glad I am gone!!

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Even more misery in Mississauga…

Hmm….if I were in Saudi Arabia, wonder if they would be this accommodating?

Meh…probably not. This is in a very busy mall in the Toronto area. This is just insane.

For the initiated, this is their information…

Description:
Full hair and esthetic services. Registered massage therapist. We do proms, weddings, hair extensions, corrective coloring, spiral perms, and beauty products.

Phone:
905-566-7788

This truly disgusts me.

Hijab!

Hijab!

Being in Montreal…

Reminds me of how totally bland Mississauga is, or even the GTA. Today, we ate at a wonderful place on Laurier called Bella Pizza. OMG, wonderful pizza, fries, vegetarian food. The food is so damn bland in Miserysauga, I wonder how people can handle it. Chains as far as the eye can see…Port Credit is all right, but the rest…ugh.

I love Quebec. Once you have lived here, you don’t really want to be anywhere else. Nice to be with my friends again 🙂

Had a nice conversation with my favorite philosopher type, talking of lower vibrations and gnosticism and such…it was so wonderful to see him again!!!!!

Murder in Mississauga

*Gee, another one! Guess I wouldn’t qualify for a position with the chamber of commerce, eh? lol…*

A 57-year-old woman was found slain in her Mississauga home Sunday morning and her husband, a recently retired police officer, was taken to hospital with undisclosed injuries.

Peel police confirm the death is the region’s record-setting 25th homicide of the year and said they are not actively searching for suspects.

But they released few other details about the killing, which appears to be a domestic-related incident.

Police said officers responded to the couple’s house on Carigar Ct., near Rathburn and Cawthra Rds. — around 7:50 a.m. and found the lifeless body of a woman.

Her husband was whisked away to hospital.

Police have not yet identified the couple, saying officers are still trying to notify family members.

However, friends and neighbours said a man and his wife had lived in the house for about 27 years.

“They’re a great couple,” said a distraught man, who has known the couple for 30 years and stopped by the scene after learning the horrific news.

He said the injured man retired from the Toronto Police Service a few months ago after a lengthy career on the force.

The long-time friend said the dead woman was a real estate broker.

The street was cordoned off as forensics officers gathered evidence and the coroner arrived early in the afternoon to remove the dead body from the home.

http://www.torontosun.com/news/torontoandgta/2008/11/09/7356126.html