ballistic123: The answer was that it was in Hamilton, and that they couldn't smell the body over the smell of Hamilton.
Civchic: Oh, it's the hate hamilton thread!It wouldn't stink on the Burlington St. stretch if we weren't working. :) And you should stop for a canoli at Frank's Sicilian bakery, or pick up some porchetta at Nardini's while you're here, torradan! Might change your mind.Or, maybe pull off the QEW and drive two minutes, park at Lawrence and the Red Hill and take a bit of a walk up the creek trail to Mount Albion falls (oh, right, it'll take awhile, since you can hike in the woods from one end of the city to the other on various trails, including the Bruce). Or head down to James St and check out one of the most vibrant new art and food communities you'll find in the Golden Horseshoe.Yeah, we're a blue collar city, and that old limestone has sucked up a lot of bad air over the years, and there are a lot of people homeless and hurting and mentally ill. I've been to downtown Toronto, the only difference between you and us is a lot more people and a lot more space.
xria: Residents of a north-end Hamilton neighbourhood are struggling to understand how a woman and her six children lived with the body of her dead husband and father in their home for months.So that is two dead bodies in the house? Starting to look like a pattern...
smilingcorpse: Wack-loadI do not think that word means what I think it means.
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