I like spiders. In fact, I'm quite the fan of their work. Just check out those webs, and you can see the work of an artist, an architect, a mathematician and an engineer. That's a LOT of talent in such an itsy bitsy package.
But the thing that really impresses me is that the spider never (well, rarely) gets caught in its own web. Spiders know exactly how they must spin and move about their webs in order not to entangle themselves; they move deftly, rarely making a wrong move as they go about their day.
But what, if anything, do spiders have to do with the Toronto real estate market?
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