Events, particularly disasters, offer a propensity for people to connect. Metaphysically of course.
It’s not my pasttime to admire people. Particularly those involved the trade of journalism. Journalism, at home and abroad, is in a very sorry state.
A great unrelenting wave of puritanism continues to sweep over Mainstream Media. The raw material which today so fascinates mainstream journalists is nothing more than the hurt feelings of a populace easily offended.
Going back 50 years, making adjustment for the 2004-05 lockout season, from this current NHL season back to the 1965-66 season, the average number of Nova Scotians playing per season is 8.1.
I suppose the general consensus would be that after two years on the job you’re better at your job than when you first started.
Not sure if that’s the case with Premier Stephen McNeil, and by extension, his Liberal Government.
I should not write about it. Writing about it, particularly from this station, will only lend an air of legitimacy for which it is most unworthy.
But again this year I find myself perplexed, rattled, angry even. Pissed because I didn’t make the short list. Yet again.
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