Sunday, April 20, 2008
The ICBC stink gets better.
Managers drive in to have their cars painted for free.
And what else?
These daily revelations about the rot at the top are obviously the tips of the iceberg.
And will anyone ever expose the identical behaviours at Richmond City Hall and Richmond Wroks Yard?
Posted by David Berner at 10:13 AM
The good news is that Kathleen Walker, a lawyer and former prosecutor, will try to create a groundswell of public support for tougher, more wide-spread restraining orders when it comes to protecting kids.
The bad news is that to turn this excellent idea into law, she will have to meet with Wally Opaque, the Attorney-General, who has turned inaction into an art form.
In the new opera based on Wally's leadership style, the entire cast stands at the lip of the stage burping out every second note. It's a gas.
Posted by David Berner at 10:06 AM