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A bushel full of rotten tomatoes to the people who dump their household junk off in the green space in the 14800-block of 67A Avenue. Thanks for ruining a beautiful natural area. You should be ashamed but you obviously just don't care.
A dozen beautiful longstemmed red roses to the man who helped me put a desk in the backseat of my car in the Buy Low parking lot. Hugs to him too. Thanks for your patience and cheerful help when nobody else would give me a hand.
A stadium full of rotten tomatoes to all the TV networks not giving full coverage of the London 2012 Paralympics! These athletes train extremely hard and overcome huge physical challenges. They are competing at the top of their game and deserve just as much TV coverage as the athletes who competed in the Summer Games. Their inspirational performances deserve to be seen!
Rotten tomatoes to the neighbour who "beeps" his car alarm when he comes home late at night, waking me up. It is probably possible to turn off the sound.
Rotten tomatoes to the City of Surrey bylaw employee who stated, "Yes, there are two suites in that home, but I am convinced one is not being rented out." Perhaps the licence of the vehicle of the people that are living in the suite would help.
A big pile of rotten tomatoes to the family who wants pit bulls banned throughout B.C. When are you going to learn that these breeds are only mean because of the owner? I suggest you read more about these beautiful dogs before pointing your fingers at them. And good luck with banning them - I don't think anybody will agree with this. Leave these innocent pit bulls alone.
Poop bags full of rotten tomatoes to the dog owner in Royal York who is good enough to pick up after their dog, but leaves the bags hanging on the chain link fence in the walkways. Who do you think should pick them up?