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A man who used a cellphone to take nude pictures of his girlfriend and then posted them on the Internet has been jailed for distributing child pornography in what officials say is Canada's first criminal conviction involving camera phones.
Opium, inkstands, sealing wax and "portable soup" were all on the list of explorers Meriwether Lewis and William Clark, who launched an epic journey into the unknown American West exactly 200 years ago.
A 71-year-old Ontario man filled his car with $25 worth of fuel, paid the attendant what he considered to be "the fair price" — $20 in cash — and drove off. But not before leaving his name, phone number and address so police could find him.
Rob Poulos is a walking fragment of literature. Tattooed on his left wrist is a single word, lowercase, followed by a comma and quotation marks — back," — as if it was lifted from the end of a line of dialogue.