28 August 2010

Bright lights, big city...

...cotton candy... and sucking chest wounds...

-- TORONTO -- A 22-year-old man is in hospital after he was shot in the chest near King and Dufferin streets – mere blocks away from revellers at the Canadian National Exhibition.

Police received reports of a shooting outside 100 Tyndall Ave. at 7 p.m. Friday evening.
No word yet, from Mayor Millers office... which gun club the shooter belonged to.


UPDATE: Paging Mayor Miller

Hey buddy... how's that "Steak-knife Registry" coming along?
Two men are in custody following a fatal stabbing overnight, as Toronto police continue to hunt for a suspect in a separate shooting incident.

In the first incident, a 40-year-old man was stabbed to death outside of a bar on Lansdowne Avenue, north of College Street at about 11:30 p.m. Friday.


Anonymous said...

If only everyone else had guns and lived on farms, that would solve the crime problem!

Neo Conservative said...

"another anonymous troll prattles... that would solve the crime problem!"

no, sadly... it wouldn't.

maybe we could start though, with not subsidising uneducated third generation "baby mommas" pumping out seven kids with seven different daddies... who perpetuate this cycle of criminality.

but, then again, nonny... you weren't trying to make a serious suggestion... you were just being your usual dickish self.

you pathetic little boy.


Anonymous said...

The police chief of tranna is the head of the chiefs association who has their collective shorts in a knot over the long gun registry. One would think he should more concerned with how the registration is working for him and his city. What a hypocrite.

Rob C

Neo Conservative said...

"rob c says... how the registration is working for him and his city"

well, rob... i imagine there is a mass round-up of farmers, duck hunters & skeet shooters going on as we speak.

thank you... 2 billion dollar "farmer bob rifle registry".