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Bodychecking a robbery suspect was not on Ashley Russell-Taylor’s to-do list last Thursday morning, but when a man came barrelling toward him out of the Capilano Mall People’s Jewellers, that’s just what he did. Russell was having tea at about 10:30 a.m. in the mall with his infant daughter when he heard cries for security. He passed the child to a friend who worked near the jewelry store and went to investigate. “It was kind of a faceoff between myself and the individual who was running,” said Russell-Taylor. After he took the suspect to the ground, other pursuers quickly pinned the man down and held him until police arrived. Three others escaped but were arrested

“I didn’t see a weapon and figured (the suspect) would have used it already.” ASHLEY RUSSELL-TAYLOR

later. “It’s pretty compelling to see how many people worked together to stop this (robbery) from happening,” said RCMP Cpl. Peter DeVries. “Without their help this case would have been extremely difficult to solve. “That being said, we recommend that people don’t become involved in crimes, because there is a high risk of personal injury.” Mall patrons were uninjured, despite pepper spray being discharged during the attempted robbery. STEPHANIE ORFORD

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Former B.C. finance minister Carole Taylor sees her role as the newly appointed chancellor of Simon Fraser University as a key link between the knowledge and energy generated by the university and the wider community. “The big mistake that some universities make is that they do all the learning in the Ivory Tower,” said Taylor. “Take those ideas. Be

part of the public debate. Influence policy. Be part of the conversation that goes on as we all try to make our community a better place.” Taylor, whose name has been bandied as a possible successor to Premier Gordon Campbell, said she has enjoyed her time in municipal and provincial politics, but is not a career politician and has no intention of re-entering the

fray. Taylor holds an honorary doctors of law degree from SFU (one of her four honorary degrees). Interestingly, she said she had never met SFU president Andrew Petter — also a former B.C. finance minister — until he contacted her about the position. Her renewable threeyear term begins in June.

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League suspends Canucks centre indefinitely Will meet with NHL disciplinarian to explain actions Vancouver hockey fans are torn when it comes to defining Rick Rypien’s future after the Canucks centre tousled a Minnesota Wild fan during Tuesday night’s game in St. Paul. “He should be tossed out,” said Canucks fan Taylor Moore. “I don’t want that sort of behaviour to be a role model for my son.” With the Canucks down 5-1, Rypien grabbed and shook a jeering Minnesota fan as he headed to the dressing room for a double-minor penalty and a 10-minute misconduct for roughing. “I don’t understand what’s the big deal,” said Jazmine Grewal of Vancouver. “He was in the heat of the moment, of playing the game, and if the other guy wasn’t actually hurt, (Rypien) shouldn’t be pun-

Homers? Announcers called the incident differently in Vancouver and Minnesota: “Where’s the security there? You can’t have the fans reaching over. You paid for tickets to watch the game, not be part of the game. That guy’s gotta go,” said John Garrett on Rogers Sportsnet. “Oh, he’s got the fans now! Wow, that’s probably going to be suspendable right there. When you start mixing it up with the fans, that’s when it’s going to get ugly,” said a Minnesota announcer.

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The leaders of B.C. and Washington state pledged yesterday to forge ahead with a high-speed rail link between Vancouver and Seattle. Premier Gordon Campbell, who joked that he’d like Washington state to pay for the entire project, said the province plans to work with the federal government to improve the track, right of way and crossings. He said it would require a “significant investment,” but offered few specifics on costs and timelines.

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“Ultimately,” said Washington Gov. Christine Gregoire, “with the national agenda of President Obama, we hope it will go, not just Vancouver to Portland, but on to California.”

Washington received $590 million from the U.S. federal government to connect Seattle to Portland with trains capable of averaging 180 km/h. Part of that money will be used in preparation of a Seattle and Vancouver connection. “It would take literally thousands and thousands of cars off the road,” Campbell said. “Instead of spending people’s time in border lineups in their cars, they’ll be able to have a good time visiting Seattle or Washington state.” It is estimated that a second Amtrak train between Vancouver and Seattle would add $11 million to the B.C. economy.

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Kitten on the mend after pellet shooting A six-month-old kitten is recovering after being shot with a pellet gun at its North Vancouver home. Ian Steward noticed Bailey was hurt after it had been outside on Tuesday. A vet exam found Bailey had been shot and needed surgery. “Being cruel to animals is not only morally reprehensible, it’s also against the law,” said RCMP Cpl. Peter DeVries. Mounties are investigating.

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WINNING GOLD IN DELHI “IT WAS THE BEST MOMENT OF MY LIFE” Arjan Bhullar, 24, won gold for Canada in men’s freestyle wrestling at the Commonwealth Games.

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Col. Russell Williams is being described as “evil, pure evil.” Those words are from Andy Lloyd, whose sister Jessica was raped and murdered by Williams. In delivering his victim impact statement to a Belleville, Ont., courtroom, Lloyd said his father — who spent 25 years in the navy — would have been “mortified” to learn that his daughter’s killer was a military commander. Lloyd’s father died of cancer when she was 14, some 13 years before Williams took the woman captive, raped her repeatedly and murdered her earlier this year. The whole side of the

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sexual assaults. Police formed a human barrier between Williams and Lloyd’s loved ones as they came forward to deliver victim impact statements. Many refused to take the chair provided for them, instead standing and facing Williams directly. Two even challenged Williams to lift his bowed head and look at them — which he did, eliciting a gasp from those in court. One woman, Lisa, who described herself as Lloyd’s best friend, said Williams’ monstrous acts caused her to question her faith in the military and God. “I hope he rots,” said another friend of Lloyd’s. THE CANADIAN PRESS

Azhar Haidri escorts brides Humaira Qasim, 28, left, and Rumana Aslam, 21, in Multan, Pakistan, yesterday. KHALID TANVEER/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Two brides, one groom Pakistani herbal medicine practitioner Azhar Haidri, 23, has married two women in 24 hours, gaining worldwide attention for his novel solution to a dilemma over wedding the woman he loves or going ahead with the marriage his family arranged. Both women think the compromise is good and they plan to live as sisters and friends.

Lovelorn Facebook users have won the sympathy of the site’s administrators and will no longer have to confront an unwanted photo of an ex when they open up their profile. A Facebook feature called Photo Memories occasionally flashes pictures of friends and family on a user’s profile. Problem is, some users were being subjected to photos of old flames and former spouses. Others were surprised to see photos of friends who’ve died. A Facebook group called I HATE PHOTO MEMORIES has attracted more than 600 members. Product manager Sam Odio has told users that Facebook is “listening to your feedback.” “The Photo Memories product no longer shows tagged photos of your friends if you were previously in a relationship with them,” he said. THE CANADIAN PRESS


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Minutes after a team of rescuers hoisted 33 miners to safety, President Sebastian Pinera hugged the men and gave them a thanks very much a la Chilena — one with a punchline. Pinera told the rescuers in Spanish he wanted them to be the ones “who rescue us all on Judgment Day.”

Plans to sell up to $60 billion in advanced weaponry to counter Iran Significant threat Congress has 30 days to block the deal, but the officials said they did not expect significant opposition despite concerns by some lawmakers about the impact the sales might have on Israel’s security.

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20-year-old takes police chief job in drug town There’s a new police chief in Praxedis G. Guerrero, a violent borderland town in Mexico where drug gangs have killed public officials and terrified many citizens into fleeing: a 20-year-old woman who hasn’t yet finished her criminology degree. Marisol Valles Garcia was sworn in yesterday to bring law and order to the

2,022 The Mexican government has struggled to cope with the drug cartel threat to the underpaid, untrained and often corrupt local police that work for Mexico’s roughly 2,022 municipal police forces. township of about 8,500 that was a string of quiet farming communities until two rival gangs — the Juarez and Sinaloa drug cartels — began battling for control of its single highway. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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The Obama administration notified Congress yesterday that it plans to sell up to $60 billion in advanced weaponry to Saudi Arabia in one of the largest-ever single U.S. arms sales, a deal intended to counter the rising influence of Iran. The sale, first revealed in September, is designed to strengthen the defence forces of Saudi Arabia, a longtime U.S. ally, and counter Iran as a regional power in the Persian Gulf. “This proposed sale has tremendous significance from a strategic regional perspective,” said the assistant secretary of state for political and military affairs who announced the deal. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The rescuers, who had pulled off a harrowing, first-of-a-kind operation to pluck the miners from a depth of 500 metres, cracked up. It may have seemed a strange moment for a joke to a foreigner, but humour is all but the unofficial national sport in Chile. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS


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The Canadian economy likely suffered the worst quarter since the recession during the summer months and still faces risks ranging from a global currency war to a collapse in the housing market, the Bank of Canada said yester-

day. The bank’s latest quarterly outlook estimates the Canadian economy advanced at a snail’s pace — 1.6 per cent — during the third quarter, following gains of two per cent in the second quarter and 5.8 per

cent in the first quarter. That’s even slower than the troubled United States, which likely advanced by 2.3 per cent in the July-September months. But the head of Canada’s central bank said he’s not overly concerned about

slow summer growth or comparisons with the U.S., which he said is in far weaker shape and has farther to go to return to prerecession levels. “I wouldn’t obsess about the third quarter,” Bank of Canada governor Mark Car-

ney told reporters in a briefing. Canada’s employment has returned to pre-recession levels, while the U.S. still has 20 per cent fewer people working than before the downturn, he said.

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Big day at Apple HQ Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled the new MacBook Air ultralight laptops and offered a few glimpses of Apple’s new Mac operating system software at Apple headquarters yesterday. Apple also announced a new version of its operating system, called Mac OS X Lion.

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Britain’s chancellor of the exchequer, George Osborne, said yesterday the country’s government will make the largest cuts to public spending since the Second World War — slashing benefits and public sector jobs in a five-year austerity plan. Osborne confirmed he had ordered $134 billion in spending cuts through 2015, which he claims are necessary along with tax increases to wipe out a spending deficit that reached $253 billion last year. As many as 500,000 public sector jobs will be lost, welfare payments

sharply reduced and dozens of scheduled government programs halted. He said that even the Queen would take a hit, cutting her royal household budget by 14 per cent over four years under the plans. After spending billions bailing out indebted banks, and suffering a squeeze on tax revenue and a hike in welfare bills, he said it would take “time to turn around the debt supertanker.” Osborne said that a temporary levy on bank balance sheets being introduced in January will be made permanent, potentially raising billions of dollars. “We will extract the maximum sustainable taxes from the banking system,” he said.


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Massive public spending cuts in Britain Government slashes benefits and public-sector jobs in 5-year austerity plan Taxes are also set to increase LEON NEAL/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Britainâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s chancellor of the exchequer, George Osborne, said yesterday the countryâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s government will make the largest cuts to public spending since the Second World War â&#x20AC;&#x201D; slashing benefits and public-sector jobs in a five-year austerity plan. Osborne confirmed he had ordered $134 billion in spending cuts through 2015, which he claims are necessary along with tax increases to wipe out a spending deficit that reached $253 billion last year. As many as 500,000 public-sector jobs will be lost, welfare payments sharply reduced and dozens of scheduled gov-

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ernment programs halted. He said that even the Queen would take a hit, cutting her royal household budget by 14 per cent over four years under the plans. â&#x20AC;&#x153;It is a hard road, but it leads to a better future,â&#x20AC;? Osborne told legislators in a long-anticipated statement to outline the coalition governmentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s

long-term economic plans. After spending billions bailing out indebted banks, and suffering a squeeze on tax revenue and a hike in welfare bills, he said it would take â&#x20AC;&#x153;time to turn around the debt supertanker.â&#x20AC;? Osborne said that a temporary levy on bank balance sheets being introduced in January will be made permanent, potentially raising billions of dollars. â&#x20AC;&#x153;We will extract the maximum sustainable taxes from the banking system,â&#x20AC;? he said. Osborne said the cuts would fall in almost all areas of government spending. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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PARENTS CAN BE FACEBOOK FRIENDS He says ...

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I’m in a relationship with my parents and it’s complicated.

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here comes a time in the lives of all children when they must deal with a delicate question about their parents: Confirm, or Ignore? My parents sat in Facebook limbo for years, the two-headed profile “MargieBob” stuck on my page like the bad guys from Superman II trapped in the 2-D prison. But recently I decided that my real-life friendship with my parents must be worth a virtual friendship. I decided that when people look back on their lives, they regret what they didn’t do, not

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It’s a familiar story for me. what they’ve done. When I was in my early teens, my And I decided that I needed a dad once asked if I wanted to play column topic. So I accepted their request and tennis with him. I said yes, but then I saw my “friends” were at Facebook announced to the the court. Their idea of a good world that, after 34 years, I am time was getting now friends with the best loogie built my parents. “Family up by smoking cigaSo far, so good. rettes and eating They haven’t done members, Oreos. anything friends, fools, I was in the subembarrassing yet, and frenemies, urbs of a small city. like posting naked Friendship was gebaby pictures of they’re all ography. me on my wall, or ‘friends’ now.” So I told my dad I showing up in didn’t want to play Yoville trying to be because my friends cool. were there and — children don’t I did have to label one video NSFMP (Not Safe For My Parents), forget this stuff — Dad got choked up. but that’s it so far. Now, 20 years later, geography In reality, my parents were never what was holding me back. is no boundary to friendship. Nor, as any computer user knows, I was embarrassed about my does actual friendship bear any “friends.”

relation to Facebook friendship. But to hell with it. Family members, friends, fools, and frenemies, they’re all “friends” now. Those Seinfeld episodes where Jerry or George worry about “the two worlds” colliding seem hopelessly out of date. We’re all in the same world now. I’m happy to have Mom and Dad in that group. Amidst all the self-promotion, self-flagellation, and self-love in the status updates, my parents are the rarest of Facebook users: They’re happy. “Ain’t life grand!” was a recent update. In future, MargieBob, I’d appreciate an NSFC (Not Safe For Cynics). Thanks. Read more of John Mazerolle’s columns at metronews.ca/hesays

Cold nixes fashion sense Raise your toque

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Letters & Tweets We asked: How early is too early for a toque? TORONTO. There’s no such thing as “too early.” If you’re cold, worry less about being seasonally appropriate and just put one on. If people would accept this simple solution, we’d have less unpleasant scenes like the one I overheard in a gas station the other day, with an older man in a lightweight windbreaker screaming at an overworked cashier who was operating two registers and dealing with multiple customers for not ringing up his gas fast enough because it was cold outside.

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To Angry Windbreaker Man: A toque would cost you less money than you spent on gas and unlike your car would probably make you a bit less loathesome.

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Metro Minute at The 39 Steps Four actors push their skills to the limit, doing acting gymnastics to play 150 characters in one play, The 39 Steps. The show opens tonight at the Stanley Industrial Alliance Stage, 2750 Granville St. It’s a fast-paced send-up of Alfred Hitchcock’s film of the same name. Hitchcock, the master of suspenseful cinema, adapted

years ago, & they never recovered. I wear a toque whenever the temp goes under 10, or they hurt.

the murder mystery from a novel by John Buchan. “It’s mad, it’s wonderful, and the audience goes on this incredible journey,” says Bill Millerd, the show’s artistic managing director, on the Artsclub Theatre Company’s website, artsclub.com. The show starts at 8 p.m. with tickets starting at $29. STEPHANIE ORFORD

Email Twitter @vancouvermetro Metro has the right to edit letters and submissions. DAVID COOPER/FOR METRO VANCOUVER

Shawn Macdonald, left, David Marr, centre, and Martin Happer strike a pose for the Arts Club Theatre Company’s mystery-comedy The 39 Steps, opening tonight.


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Actor David Arquette is lending his quirky star power to the campaign against a November ballot measure that would suspend California’s greenhouse gas emissions law. Arquette appeared in Sacramento on Tuesday to promote a series of online videos opposing Proposition 23. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 21, 2010

Longoria’s perfume about confidence

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She shot to stardom six years ago when the hit TV show Desperate Housewives — in which she plays the hilariously vain and materialistic Gabrielle Solis — first premiered, and Eva Longoria Parker hasn’t looked back since. Aside from acting, Longoria Parker has ventured into producing and directing, serves as the international spokesperson for L’Oreal Paris and is actively involved in numerous charities. Her most recent endeavor, a year in the making, is the creation of her signature fragrance Eva by Eva Longoria. While in Toronto recently to launch her eponymous perfume, the 35-year-old beauty sat down with Metro to chat about how the scent came about, what the future holds for her and the importance of giving back. Why did you create this fragrance?

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I was always allergic to perfume and could never wear it. I always felt they were too overpowering and I

just wanted something that was easy to wear — something light and fresh and clean. I wanted to create a scent for myself. Then I found out that a lot of women felt that way. What do you hope to offer women with your perfume?

I hope that they wear it and they feel sexy and confident. I find if you smell good, you carry yourself in a different way. Scent is an intense emotional connection. What do you find most gratifying about your role on Desperate Housewives?

I love that it was a groundbreaking show with four female leads — three over 40 — dealing with universal themes of the modern woman: Marriage, divorce, dating, children. You are involved in a lot of charities. Was being charitably active something that was instilled in your by your parents?

Yes, I have a special needs sister. That’s why I created Eva’s Heroes (in San Antonia, Texas). Early on I was introduced to volunteerism from my mom and aunts. That was a big thing in my family, to always give back. I thought that was the way everybody was.

Eva Longoria Parker poses in The Perfume Shop to promote the UK launch of her new fragrance Eva held at Westfield on September 5, 2010 in London, England.


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Singer Rihanna and baseball player Matt Kemp aren’t heading down the aisle anytime soon.

No wedding bells yet for Matt & Rihanna Superstar couple are happy together, but not looking to take that next step at the moment Singer says she is only 22 and not ready for marriage

Rihanna is definitely happy with baseball player boyfriend Matt Kemp, but that doesn’t mean she’s planning a trip down the aisle anytime soon. “I’m only 22!” she tells OK! Magazine. “I’ve heard the word marriage 400

times in the past few days, but no I’m not ready for that yet.” The lack of wedding plans isn’t due to fear, though, she insists. “If I was scared to do something wrong I wouldn’t be where I am today,”

she says. “To remember that every day I got a tattoo of the sentence ‘Never a failure always a lesson’ mirror-inverted under my collarbone. Now I can read that sentence every day in the mirror.” METRO

Arquette, Cox trying to shield daughter Despite their separation, Courteney Cox and David Arquette put on a united from for daughter Coco’s horse show at the Malibu Equestrian Center, according to Us Weekly. “David would wrap his arm around her, and Courteney rubbed his back,” a source said. “The thing they care most about is Coco. … They don’t want to do anything to hurt her.” METRO

Lohan’s dad denied visit Michael Lohan tried to visit daughter Lindsay Lohan at the Betty Ford Center for “Family Week,” but was turned away, according to TMZ. But he’s not giving up, he insists. “I am not giving up on anything,” Michael says. “I am certainly not giving up on Lindsay or my kids.” Michael insists his ex-wife, Dina Lohan, is the one trying to keep him away from their daughter. METRO

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Juliette Lewis [@Juliette Lewis] Welcome to Awsome town! Population.. Us! METRO


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pocketed, free-flowing numbers, mostly halterstyle, with plunging necklines. Wardrobe separates appeared comfortable and easy to wear. Floor-skimming, cigarette-slim flared pants reminiscent of bell-bottoms and strapless jumpsuits lent a contemporary touch to classic looks of the disco era, as did wide lapels framing slinky blouses and jackets. 2 ANGELA CHEN With images of crashing waves projected onto a big screen, Angela Chen captured the dreaminess of the sand and surf with her island-inspired collection. Inspired by The Blue Lagoon and its then up-and-

coming star, Brooke Shields, the designer revealed a series of ethereal, romantic separates under her retitled Or label. There was playfulness and delicacy in the collection, which featured mostly free-form, fluid pieces amid more body-hugging creations. Slender-cut keyholecutout tanks, pencil skirts and cigarette-slim pants with draped pockets transitioned effortlessly to more loose-fitting designs. Slinky shortall spaghettistrap jumpsuits and strapless sweetheart or floor-skimming pocketed maxi dresses were among the looks. 3 LINE Design duo John Muscat

and Jennifer Wells served up a sensual showcase of knitwear and slinky separates from their label Line Rather than the cozy cardigans and chunky vests often associated with knitted creations, Line’s body-hugging tops are laden with sex appeal and typically contrasted with looser-fitting bottoms. The collection has a mostly neutral colour palette with infusions of burnt orange, dusty rose, peach, pale pink and olive hues. 4 LOVAS For ladies looking for the go-to new number to take them on the cocktail circuit or to a more casual shindig, flirty, feminine party frocks were in full

force in the latest looks featured by Lovas. The spring/summer collection from designer Wesley Badanjak boasted a wide range of stylish frocks steeped in rich hues, including fuchsia and lemon yellow alongside charcoal and silver. Whether it was a strapless or spaghetti-style number, tiered mini or a one-shouldered, asymmetrical jersey creation, the collection offered a wide breadth of mostly bodyconscious dresses. Frocks with ruffled collars and gingham-patterned designs offered a playful contrast to more sophisticated offerings, like shimmering silver sequined creations accented by a sheer chiffon sash. THE CANADIAN PRESS


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Boots of all types are popular right now. It doesn't matter the style: hiking, brogued, military-inspired, you name it. The most important thing is to show them off. Cuff your jeans or tuck them into the boots. Just beware of that contrived, laces artfully undone boy band look.

Rugged jeans and a flannel shirt are the more obvious and safe match-ups for a pair of boots. Raise your style game by wearing the footwear with a tailored suit instead. Just pay extra attention to the trousers. They should be cropped just enough to show off the shoe, the way this fashion savvy gent we spotted on the street wears them below. METRO

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Blame my editor. With the Double Down finally hitting Canada, I too had to try this fatty breadless sensation. Here are the facts: for $6.99 you get one Original Recipe Double Down that contains 540 calories, 32 grams of fat and 1,380 milligrams of sodium. The layer of breading on the chicken was quite light. There’s also actual white chicken meat underneath that outer coating. That’s good news because it’s pretty much all chicken. There’s little bacon to be found and the

processed cheese tends to gob around the edges. What you’ll actually taste is salt. I love salt, but each bite literally sent me reeling. Having said all that, it’s not the worst thing I’ve ever eaten. The KFC I went to was sold out before noon, so people are in fact eating it. But would I eat it again? With the salt-induced headache I have, no. At least go with some friends so you can share the experience, not to mention the calories. Why suffer high blood pressure alone? KFC 1147 Davie St. 446-4366 Client Negotiations: Absolutely not Social Lunch: A must to satisfy morbid curiousity

Ingredients : • 2 onions, chopped • 1 garlic clove, minced • 15 ml (1 tbsp) olive oil • 2 ml (1/2 tsp) ginger • 2 ml (1/2 tsp) paprika • 2 ml (1/2 tsp) turmeric • 1.125 l (4 1/2 cups) beef stock • 1 can (796 ml/28 oz) tomatoes, chopped • 175 ml (3/4 cup) pearl barley • 1 can (540 ml/19 oz) lentils, drained • 1 can (540 ml/19 oz) chickpeas, drained • 50 ml (1/4 cup) chopped fresh basil or 15 ml (1 tbsp) dried • salt and pepper, to taste

Barley and Lentil Soup

Preparation:

This soup makes a warming lunchtime treat for brown baggers.

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In a soup pot, saute onions and garlic in oil. Stir in ginger, paprika and turmeric and cook for 1 minute.

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Stir in beef stock, tomatoes and barley; bring to a boil and simmer for 30 minutes.

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Add remaining ingredients and simmer for about 15 minutes. Makes 6 servings. THE CANADIAN PRESS

Spook-tacular treats Pumpkin Cupcakes

mixture, beating until smooth.

Preparation:

These spicy morsels will be the hit of your Halloween party. To save time, use purchased frosting in place of homemade. You’ll find everything you need to make spook-tacular decorated cupcakes for Halloween, such as candies and sprinkles, at your local bulk food store.

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In a large bowl, using an electric mixer, beat together butter and sugar until fluffy. Beat in egg, pumpkin, milk and vanilla.

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In a small bowl, whisk together flour, baking powder, cinnamon, baking soda, ginger, nutmeg, cloves and salt. Add to pumpkin

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Spoon into paper-lined or greased muffin cups, filling 3/4 full. Bake in a 180 C (350 F) oven for 25 to 30 minutes or until top feels firm and toothpick inserted into centre comes out clean. Let cool completely on rack. Frost and decorate as desired. Makes 12 cupcakes.

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To make your own frosting, beat 1/2 cup butter or shortening, 4 tsp lukewarm water and 1 tsp vanilla with an electric mixer until smooth. Gradually beat in 2 cups of icing sugar. Add food colouring as desired. Pipe or spread onto cupcakes.

Ingredients : • 50 ml (1/4 cup) butter, softened • 150 ml (2/3 cup) granulated sugar • 1 egg • 150 ml (2/3 cup) pumpkin puree • 50 ml (1/4 cup) milk • 5 ml (1 tsp) vanilla • 300 ml (1 1/4 cups) allpurpose flour • 5 ml (1 tsp) each baking powder and cinnamon • 2 ml (1/2 tsp) each baking soda, ground ginger and nutmeg • 1 ml (1/4 tsp) each ground cloves and salt • frosting (purchased or homemade) • candies and sprinkles for decorating Pumpkin Cupcakes

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Canucks fall in shootout

All 3 Chicago shooters score on Luongo as Blackhawks edge Canucks in tiebreaker Vancouver outshot Chicago 37-32, including 8-2 margin in OT NAM Y. HUH/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Quoted

“I came the back way, the roundabout route. But at the end of the day I’m sitting in the locker-room with the guys who did take the highway. I enjoyed the path I took. I wouldn’t change anything.” FORMER LION CAMERON WAKE, NOW PLAYING FOR THE DOLPHINS IN THE NFL, WHERE HE HAS AN AFC-BEST SIX SACKS.

Tomas Kopecky of the Chicago Blackhawks and Vancouver Canucks forward Ryan Kesler chase the puck during last night’s game in Chicago.

Jonathan Toews, Patrick Sharp and Patrick Kane scored in the first three rounds of a shootout to give Chicago a 2-1 victory over Vancouver last night, extending the Stanley Cup champion Blackhawks’ winning streak to four games. Kane scored on a backhander in the third round, sending the puck between

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Roberto Luongo’s legs. Vancouver’s Mikael Samuelsson then sent a backhand attempt wide.

Samuelsson was the only shooter to miss. Daniel Sedin and Ryan Kesler converted for Vancouver (2-3-2) in the first two rounds. Sedin and Chicago’s Viktor Stalberg scored in regulation. Sedin tied the game a minute into the third period. Skating in from the left side, he fired a shot past the sprawled Marty Turco after

the goalie stopped defenceman Christian Ehrhoff from the right crease. Stalberg scored with 37.7 seconds left in the first period, wristing a shot over Luongo’s left shoulder from 15 feet in the right slot after taking a feed from Jake Dowell. Chicago, which won only one of its first four games, improved to 52-1. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Improving Lulay key to Lions’ hopes

STAMPEDERS

LIONS

Time: 7 p.m. Friday Channel: TSN

Quarterback Travis Lulay is learning from his mistakes, something his B.C. Lions teammates must do to make the CFL playoffs. The Lions face the 11-4 Stampeders in Calgary tomorrow after two consecutive error-filled overtime losses that put their season on the brink. But Lulay, now The Guy after No. 1 pivot Casey Printers was released, has brought composure to the huddle after missing reads and throwing interceptions earlier in the season. “I’ve improved on some of those things but it’s not like I’m saying I’m a finished product,” the 27year-old Montana State product said after yesterday’s practice. “It’s a continual progression but I do feel it’s getting better and I feel more comfortable every week.” The Lions and Edmonton Eskimos are both 5-10 and tied for the final West Division playoff berth with three games remaining. The Eskimos are in the driver’s seat because last week’s 31-28 overtime victory gave them the season series against B.C. Lulay took control of the Lions’ offence four weeks ago when Printers was benched because of too many turnovers. THE CANADIAN PRESS


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EASTERN CONFERENCE d-Toronto d-Tampa Bay d-NY Islanders Washington Pittsburgh Montreal Boston Atlanta Carolina Philadelphia Buffalo Florida NY Rangers Ottawa New Jersey

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GA 11 18 17 14 16 13 7 20 18 14 19 5 16 21 21

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GA 21 15 19 9 10 12 13 11 12 20 13 26 11 14 10

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Strk W4 L1 W1 W3 L2 W1 W2 W2 L3 L2 W1 L1 L2 L3 L3

WESTERN CONFERENCE GP 8 5 6 5 5 5 5 5 5 7 5 7 4 4 4

d-Chicago d-Dallas d-Colorado Los Angeles Nashville Detroit Columbus Calgary St. Louis Vancouver Minnesota Anaheim Edmonton San Jose Phoenix

W 5 4 4 4 3 3 3 3 2 2 2 2 2 1 1

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d — division leaders ranked 1-2-3 regardless of points; a team winning in overtime or shootout is credited with two points and a victory in the W column; the team losing in overtime or shootout receives one point which is registered in the OTL (overtime loss) or SL (shootout loss) column. Last night’s results Buffalo 4 Atlanta 1 Columbus 3 Anaheim 1 Chicago 2 Vancouver 1 (SO) Los Angeles 4 Carolina 3 Tuesday results Calgary 1 Nashville 0 (OT) Minnesota 6 Vancouver 2 Boston 3 Washington 1 Carolina 5 San Jose 2 Tonight’s games (All times Eastern)

Washington at Boston, 7 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Toronto, 7 p.m. Anaheim at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Calgary at Detroit, 7 p.m. New Jersey at Montreal, 7:30 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m. Dallas at Florida, 7:30 p.m. Pittsburgh at Nashville, 8 p.m. San Jose at Colorado, 9 p.m. Minnesota at Edmonton, 9 p.m. Los Angeles at Phoenix, 10 p.m.

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AMERICAN LEAGUE

(All times Eastern)

AMERICAN LEAGUE Texas (W) vs. N.Y. Yankees (WC) (Texas leads series 3-2) Yesterday’s result N.Y. Yankees 7 Texas 2 Tomorrow’s game N.Y. Yankees at Texas, 8:07 p.m. Saturday’s game x-N.Y. Yankees at Texas, 8:07 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia (E) vs. San Francisco (W) (San Francisco leads series 3-1) Last night’s result San Francisco 6 Philadelphia 5 Tonight’s game Philadelphia at San Francisco, 7:57 p.m. Saturday’s game x-San Francisco at Philadelphia, 3:57 or 7:57 p.m. Sunday’s game x-San Francisco at Philadelphia, 7:57 p.m.

AMERICAN LEAGUE YANKEES 7, RANGERS 2 Texas Andrus ss MYong 3b JHmltn cf Guerrr dh N.Cruz lf DvMrp lf Kinsler 2b Francr rf Treanr c Morlnd 1b Totals Texas New York

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First Period 1. Chicago, Stalberg 2 (Dowell, Skille) 19:22 Penalties — None. Second Period No Scoring. Penalties — Alberts Vcr (holding) 5:12, Turco Chi (tripping; served by Kopecky) 5:49, Kopecky Chi (interference) 8:03, Keith Chi (high-sticking) 19:34. Third Period 2. Vancouver, D.Sedin 7 (Kesler, Ehrhoff) 1:00 (pp) Penalties — Kesler Vcr (slashing), Hjalmarsson Chi (holding stick) 4:08, Rome Vcr (slashing) 5:29, Bieksa Vcr (cross-checking) 13:59. Overtime No Scoring. Penalties — None. Shootout Chicago wins 3-2 Vancouver (2) — D.Sedin, goal; Kesler, goal; Samuelsson, miss. Chicago (3) — Toews, goal; Sharp, goal; Kane, goal. Shots on goal by 9 10 10 8—37 12 12 6 2—32

Goal — Vancouver: Luongo (L,1-3-2); Chicago: Turco (W,4-1-1). Power plays (goals-chances) — Vancouver: 1-3; Chicago: 0-3. Referees — Brad Watson, David Banfield. Linesmen — Michel Cormier, Andy McElman. Att. — 20,859 (19,717) at Chicago.

Texas C.Wilson L,0-1 Kirkman Ogando New York Sabathia W,1-0 K.Wood Ma.Rivera

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T—3:48. A—49,832 (50,287) at New York.

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bi 1 0 2 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4

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Totals 35 6 11 6 000 040 010 5 101 012 001 6

E—Rollins (1). DP—Philadelphia 1, San Francisco 1. LOB—Philadelphia 6, San Francisco 9. 2B—Polanco (2), Howard (3), Werth (1), Posey 2 (2), C.Ross (1), Sandoval (1). CS—Rollins (1), A.Torres (1). S—Blanton. SF—Uribe. IP H Philadelphia Blanton Contreras Durbin BS,1-1 Bastardo Madson Oswalt L,1-1 San Francisco Bumgarner S.Casilla Ja.Lopez H,3 Romo BS,1-1 Br.Wilson W,1-0

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BASKETBALL NBA ATLANTA HAWKS — Released F Evan Brock, G Richard Delk and F Ricardo Marsh. DETROIT PISTONS — Requested waivers on G Vernon Hamilton and F Ike Diogu. GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS — Waived G Aaron Miles. MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES — Requested waivers on G Jason Hart and F John Thomas. SAN ANTONIO SPURS — Exercised the fourth-year contract option on G George Hill.

FOOTBALL

BB SO

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1 0 2 0 1 0

3 1 1 0 2 0

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6 1 1 1 0

3 1 1 0 0

3 1 1 0 0

1 1 1 0 0

6 2 0 2 1

T—3:40. A—43,515 (41,915) at San Francisco.

CLEVELAND BROWNS — Placed DE Robaire Smith and OT Tony Pashos on injured reserve. Signed WR Yamon Figurs and OL Paul McQuistan. DETROIT LIONS — Released DB Dante Wesley and DB Paul Pratt. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS — Suspended P Pat McAfee one game after his arrest for public intoxication on Wednesday. Placed DB Brandon King on injured reserve. Signed TE Gijon Robinson. Waived FB Matt Clapp from the practice squad. ST. LOUIS RAMS — Signed LB Curtis Johnson from the practice squad. Signed RB Chauncey Washington and DB Antoine Thompson to the practice squad. Released DT Jimmy SaddlerMcQueen from the practice squad.

CFL WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS — Added LB Rico McCoy to the practice roster. Released WR Adarius Bowman.

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NATIONAL LEAGUE Philadelphia ab Victorn cf 4 Utley 2b 5 Polanc 3b 3 Howard 1b 2 Werth rf 3 Rollins ss 4 BFrncs lf 4 C.Ruiz c 4 Blanton p 1 Contrrs p 0 DBrwn ph 1 Durbin p 0 Bastrd p 0 Madson p 0 Gload ph 1 Oswalt p 0 ATorrs cf 2 Totals 32 Philadelphia San Francisco

NEW YORK YANKEES — Removed 1B Mark Teixeira from the postseason roster. Added INF Eduardo Nunez to the postseason roster.

NFL

E—Francoeur (1). DP—Texas 1, New York 2. LOB—Texas 8, New York 7. 2B—N.Cruz (3), A.Rodriguez (1), Posada (1), Granderson (1). HR—Treanor (1), Swisher (1), Cano (4), Granderson (1). SB—Andrus (4), Kinsler (2), A.Rodriguez (1). S—Gardner. SF—Berkman.

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LEAGUE OFFICE — Suspended Vancouver F Rick Rypien for an altercation with a fan during Tuesday’s game against Minnesota. NASHVILLE PREDATORS — Activated F Jamie Lundmark from injured reserve and assigned him to Milwaukee (AHL). OTTAWA SENATORS — Reassigned F Zack Smith to Binghamton (AHL).

SOCCER MLS LOS ANGELES GALAXY — Announced the retirement of D-M Chris Klein.

NBA PRE-SEASON Yesterday’s results Charlotte 105 New Orleans 98 (OT) Chicago 110 Toronto 103 Orlando 101 Dallas 76 Philadelphia 118 New York 91 Boston 107 New Jersey 92 Tonight’s games Milwaukee vs. Cleveland (at Columbus, Ohio), 7 p.m. New Orleans at Oklahoma City, 8 p.m. Miami at Atlanta, 8 p.m. Houston at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Denver at Portland, 10 p.m. Golden State vs. L.A. Lakers (at San Diego, Calif.), 10 p.m.

x-New York x-Columbus Kansas City Chicago New England Toronto FC Philadelphia D.C. United

GP 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29

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L 9 8 13 12 15 13 14 19

T 6 8 6 9 5 8 7 4

GF GA 36 29 37 33 32 34 33 37 32 48 30 39 34 46 19 44

WESTERN CONFERENCE x-Los Angeles x-Real Salt Lake x-FC Dallas x-Seattle x-San Jose x-Colorado Houston Chivas USA

GP 29 29 29 29 29 29 29 29

W 17 15 12 14 13 12 8 8

L T GF GA 7 5 42 25 4 10 43 18 3 14 41 26 9 6 38 33 9 7 33 29 8 9 42 30 15 6 38 48 17 4 30 41

Pt 48 47 36 33 32 32 31 22

Pt 56 55 50 48 46 45 30 28

x — clinched playoff berth. Last night’s result San Jose 3 Chivas USA 0 Tonight’s game (All times Eastern) New England at New York, 7:30 p.m. Saturday’s games Seattle at Houston, 4 p.m. Toronto FC at D.C. United, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Kansas City, 8:30 p.m. Real Salt Lake at Colorado, 9 p.m. Chicago at Chivas USA, 11 p.m.

AMERICAN CONFERENCE EAST N.Y. Jets New England Miami Buffalo

Houston Indianapolis Jacksonville Tennessee

Pittsburgh Baltimore Cincinnati Cleveland

Kansas City Oakland Denver San Diego

PA 101 116 112 161

W 4 4 3 3

L 2 2 2 2

T 0 0 0 0

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PA 167 125 137 95

W 4 4 2 1

L 1 2 3 5

T 0 0 0 0

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W 3 2 2 2

L 2 4 4 4

T 0 0 0 0

Pct .600 .333 .333 .333

PF 153 163 107 132

PF 108 120 124 157

PA 92 151 140 126

NATIONAL CONFERENCE EAST

SOUTH Atlanta New Orleans Tampa Bay Carolina

W 4 4 3 1

L 2 2 3 4

T 0 0 0 0

Pct .667 .667 .500 .200

PF PA 134 118 153 120 113 119 102 111

W 4 4 3 0

L 2 2 2 5

T 0 0 0 0

Pct PF PA .667 130 101 .667 130 108 .600 80 111 .000 52 110

W 4 3 2 1

L 2 3 3 5

T 0 0 0 0

Pct PF .667 112 .500 139 .400 87 .167 146

PA 97 112 88 140

W 3 3 3 1

L 2 2 3 5

T 0 0 0 0

Pct PF .600 88 .600 98 .500 103 .167 93

PA 138 97 113 139

NORTH Chicago Green Bay Minnesota Detroit

WEST

CONCACAF CHAMPIONS LEAGUE Last night’s results Group C Monterrey (Mexico) 1 Marathon (Honduras) 0 Group D Toluca (Mexico) 5 FAS (El Salvador) 0

CFL WEEK 17 EAST DIVISION T 0 0 0 0

PF PA 477 375 396 369 286 393 411 407

Pt 22 16 14 8

T 0 0 0 0

PF PA 505 367 425 403 384 397 304 477

Pt 22 18 10 10

WEST DIVISION GP W L 15 11 4 15 9 6 15 5 10 15 5 10

Pct PF .833 159 .800 154 .600 89 .000 87

WEST

FIRST ROUND Yesterday’s results Group A Inter Milan 4 Tottenham 3 Twente 1 Werder Bremen 1 Group B Lyon 2 Benfica 0 Schalke 3 Hapoel Tel-Aviv 1 Group C Glasgow Rangers 1 Valencia 1 Manchester United 1 Bursaspor 0 Group D Barcelona 2 Copenhagen 0 Panathinaikos 0 Rubin Kazan 0

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T 0 0 0 0

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EUROPEAN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

GP W L 15 11 4 15 8 7 15 7 8 15 4 11

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N.Y. Giants Philadelphia Washington Dallas

y-Montreal x-Hamilton Toronto Winnipeg

W 5 4 3 0

x — clinched playoff berth y — clinched division. Friday’s games (All times Eastern) Montreal at Hamilton, 7 p.m. B.C. at Calgary, 10 p.m. Saturday’s games Toronto at Winnipeg, 4 p.m. Saskatchewan at Edmonton, 7 p.m.

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Today’s horoscope Aries March 21-April 20 You may try to hide the truth from the world today but it’s highly unlikely you will succeed. You will do or say something that lets the cat out of the bag.

Yesterday’s answer

Cancer June 22-July 22 Steer clear of issues that do not really concern you. The planets warn you are liable to misjudge things quite badly, which won’t do much for your reputation.

Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 23 Others will talk you up and make you out to be something you are not today. It’s nice to be flattered but you know it could backfire on you if you fail to live up to expectations.

Leo July 23-Aug.23 You are very close to making a success of something you nearly gave up on just a short time ago. Stick with it a little bit longer and you will be able to celebrate a remarkable success.

Scorpio Oct. 24-Nov. 22 You can make even the most difficult tasks look easy, but don’t get carried away and claim you can do things that are way beyond your powers. Someone is likely to call your bluff.

Virgo Aug. 24- Sept. 22 The right mental attitude always attracts the right opportunities, both in your personal life and in your work and business affairs, so strive to stay positive and expect good things to come your way — and they will.

Sagittarius Nov. 23-Dec. 21 Some people you

know you can trust and some people you have your doubts about but you are advised to keep those doubts to yourself today or you could end up offending someone important.

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Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 20 Everything seems to be going well for you now but don’t fall into the trap of thinking that you can ease off a bit. You must remain focused on your goal.

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My Love Izy! Just wanted to let you know that you are always in my thoughts and my heart! You are my best friend, confident and the love of my life! You are my happily ever after. LOVE MCP

Burrito Gina pie. I wuv u so much my little shmoopie bear. It took me 2 months to gather the courage to poke u on facebook and I haven’t regretted it since. Xoxo. UR LITTLE STRAWBERRY SUNSHINE.

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To my lovely prister! I love you so much honey. I knew from day one we would be lumpy lovekins. I hope you have a splendid day. Love yours truly, KIKA!

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Caption contest “The facial treatment I had before the game really aches!” ERNESTO BALUYOT

Aquarius Jan. 21-Feb. 18 Short-term changes may be painful but in the long-term they will pay for themselves many times over, and if you keep that thought in mind you will find disruptions and upheavals much easier to deal with.

Pisces Feb. 19-March 20 The odds against you may seem overwhelming but you’ll find a way to win the game. Passion is the key. SALLY BROMPTON

WIN!

You write it!

MARKUS SCHREIBER/THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Write a funny caption for the image to the right and send it to play@metronews.ca — the winning caption will be published in tomorrow’s Metro.

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