Saturday, July 14, 2007
Nobody wants a City strike.
Nobody wants garbage piling up on hot summer nights.
But for the Nutty Mayor to complain publicly that the potential strike of City workers next week will harm Olympic plans shows how many skills he lacks.
Like reason and sensibility, for example.
The strike issues are about working men and women and their livelihoods. We may or may not agree with them, but perhaps we could respect their real concerns.
To balance the real and immediate concerns of our neighbours and fellow citizens against the possible problems of The Big Party 3 years from now is idiotic.
Here's what you've got to do, Sam.
Along with the shot of whiskey and the anti-depressants that you take every morning, start taking a common sense pill or a MUTE pill.
Ian Mildew must have fotos of his bosses with barnyard animals. How else to explain his constant presence.
He almost always gets everything wrong, and today he does it again.
He writes a Johnny Be Good tale of rehab amongst The Killers, and his concluding line is "this proves that people can change."
No, Mildew, it possiby indicates that SOME people might change.
Posted by David Berner at 10:21 AM
The entire Conrad Black story emerges in this little historical nugget:
"He was expelled from 2 schools - once for selling exam papers to fellow students..."
Well, now Canada has some real bragging rights - home of the most arrogant felon on earth.
Couldn't happen to a nicer guy.
Posted by David Berner at 10:14 AM