CHARITY THE COW HAS LEFT HER LOFTY PERCH IN CATHEDRALTOWN AND RETURNED TO DONOR

High above Charity Crescent in the suburb of Cathedraltown, came a sculpture called ‘Charity, Perpetuation of Perfection’. “The last thing that would cross my mind would be to raise a life-sized cow with chrome-like finish two storeys in the air and consider that proper,” said local resident Danny Dasilva. “I hate it.”

Donated by well-meaning developer HELEN ROMAN-BARBER, the statue honoured a prize-winning show cow that died in 1988. It was put there with the approval of city councillor ALAN HO – who faced the wrath of the populace.

Anyway, Charity has hit the road. She’s on her way back to Ms. Roman-Barber. Who says the suburbs are dull?

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One thought on “CHARITY THE COW HAS LEFT HER LOFTY PERCH IN CATHEDRALTOWN AND RETURNED TO DONOR

  1. The ‘common sense’ revolution was anything but. Senseless cutting for the sake of cutting. Set Ontario back years, and now we’re looking at same again. Some of those who voted then for lower taxes went to work the next morning to find their jobs gone, never having made the connection between lower government revenue and lower government expenditures.

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