As you know, I’ll never fully get my head around the fascination you Canadians have with this game called ice hockey.
Myself, I’m a footballer, through and through. The artistry in English football is unrivalled; the splendour in English football hooliganism is likewise unmatched.
With wacko Halifax Councillor Waye Mason having lost another round in his battle to rewrite history and have Lieutenant-General Edward Cornwallis, the proud founder of Halifax, expunged from the history books, how long before this diluted little twerp of a man regroups?
Waye Mason doesn’t like to stay quiet for too long, don’t ya know.
I don’t know which one I would send into the psychologist’s office first: whack-job Ruth Ellen Brosseau, 32, or glamboy Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, 45.
From the Colonies comes dispatch that a callow pudding-headed bloke is again barking at the moon over my likeness in Edward Cornwallis Park.
Halifax Councillor Waye Mason knows little of the real world, and most certainly nothing of the historical variety. He is a poseur. As wise as Waltham’s calf and nothing more than a peculiar source of amusement.
By Eddie Cornwallis
1. This Nova Scotia premier did nothing in Ottawa for 20 years, and nothing on Hollis Street for two years.
2. What was “Crocea Mors”?
3. “Home, you idle creatures, get you home?” is the first line from this play?
4. What was the name of the ship in which John Cabot sailed to North America?
5. Who was “Incitatus”?
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