With yet another dreadful assault on a bus driver, Transclunk has been busy wringing its little paws in public.
Drivers should be entirely protected inside plexiglass cover and have nothing - repeat nothing - to do with the maniacs who get on their vehicles. The sole focus of drivers should be driving.
Security guards should be on every - repeat every - bus.
Passengers should be able to "enjoy" the safety and security of a ride unmarred by drunken craziness.
This will cost money.
So be it.
Try collecting fares on your Skytrain, dimwits.
Wednesday, September 16, 2009
Mobina Jaffer has many firsts to her name.
First East Indian, first Muslim and first African appointed to the Canadian Senate.
Now, she has added a new distinction.
She can't add.
When not lolling about in the highly productive Red Chamber, Jaffer has been representing a Catholic order in some troublesome lawsuits they've been fighting over child abuse in residential schools.
Only problem is the Law Society, who will normally put up with almost anything to protect their own members, is investigating Jaffer and her son for billing improprieties.
Among the other tell-tale signs that not all was kosher in the lawyer's charges was this choice item:
Charges made for more hours than there are in a day.
Of course, so much of what we do in life is based on our belief systems.
Who knows? Maybe Jaffer subscribes to ideas that claim there are infinite numbers of hours in a day. Thus, her defense could reasonably be Freedom of Religion.
Yes, that's it.
I've got it now.
Posted by David Berner at 8:39 AM