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August 22 2007 Toronto


August 22 2007 Toronto

Articles from Englebert Passerby


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Things I Like About Citynoise

author: Englebert Passerby : London, UK
Monday, December 20th, 2004


 

Things I Like About Citynoise

author: Englebert Passerby : London, UK


Anyone can post/comment without any boring, time consuming registration process The random comments and article previews that appear on every page allow a natural method of navigating the meandering stream of words and pictures that is citynoise The way the search box stores a history of recently successful searches is pretty cool. It always seems to throw up something totally random which takes you somewhere new and unexpected. Grafitti Hool The way the city makes noise where i live


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Hyehwa


Hyehwa

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Harolding in Mount Pleasant Cemetery


Harolding involves spending one's time hanging around cemeteries taking in the ceremony of death. A neologism seemingly made for the Urban Dictionary, the term's etymology derives from the 1970s cult film Harold and Maude in which the protagonist's obsession with...

Harolding in Mount Pleasant Cemetery

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Alleyway Bogeyman


, a larger-than-life character, and a bogeyman for toronto's cyclists. he recently served sixteen months for stealing over 3,000 bikes. for more, just google the guy! in the alley by , east side of spadina south of richmond:

Alleyway Bogeyman