I saw this story on the news last night and am passing it on.
This is 29-year-old Robert Charles Henry, who also goes by the name “Anthony Henry”
He is 6’ 2”, weighing about 190 pounds, with an athletic build, short black hair and a thin chinstrap beard and goatee.
He is accused of forcing a woman he met on PlentyofFish into his car, threatening to kill her, and hitting her with his car.
Police believe there may be more victims.
He drives a 2001 Silver Lexus with license plate BSDY 927.
If you have seen this man, or have been unfortunate enough to meet him, please contact Toronto police at 416-808-5204, or anonymously through Crime Stoppers at 416-222-TIPS (8477), online at 222tips.com, or by texting TOR and your message to CRIMES (274637).
After Rob Ford admitted that he smoked crack while in a drunken stupor you can imagine that Twitter went a bit cray-cray!
Warning: The following may amuse everyone since the #inadrunkenstupor trended worldwide today
I have decided to make the most of A being here for the next few weeks. As such, I have started a list of “Canadian” things to expose him to so he can get as much of the Canadian experience as possible.
It’s too bad I didn’t meet him months ago – not only would it give me more time to accomplish the list, but there are so many things Canadians do during the summer months that I (obviously) can’t include.
The “To Do” list is as follows:
- Eat poutine
- Ice skate outside
- Go to an NHL game
- Visit Niagara Falls
- Celebrate Halloween
Unless I’m really lucky (or unlucky, depending on the perspective) #2 and #7 will not happen as we haven’t been getting a good snowfall or cold snap until December or January. At the very least I may try and get him to an indoor rink though it’s not the same experience at all. #3 may also not happen because tickets can be hard to come by with only a few weeks notice unless you can spend over $200 per ticket (I will not, crazy Leafs’ fans).
#4 and #5 will be knocked off in one go, probably this weekend, when we visit Niagara Falls AND the Nightmares Factory – which is honestly the scariest experience I remember having. I didn’t let go of my sister the entire time we walked through the haunted house and at some points I just gave up and closed my eyes.
I am happy to say that the “Completed” list has two entries already!
- Eat maple donuts from Tim Horton’s (maple AND Tim Horton’s – it doesn’t get much more Canadian than that)
- Visit the CN Tower
A and I went to the CN Tower Saturday evening after our double date plans were cancelled. I haven’t been there in years and I’m glad I got to spend the time with him and experience it again. We went just after sunset and it was beautiful. Toronto really does feel like home.
He then came back home with me, for the 2nd night in a row. I love having him sleep beside me and am taking full advantage of it while I can.
Images: batting cages with Mr. Smiley