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.
On the police videotape Calgary detective Trish Allen stops Nick Rasberry in his tracks, and tells the 30-year-old engineer, “I think you’re leaving out what started it... your story doesn’t make sense.”
“It” was the gruesome May 2013 stabbing death of Glace Bay’s Craig Kelloway, 31, a much loved Calgary junior high teacher.
In the end it was painful to watch. Very painful. A late middle-age man committing desperate acts for desperate reasons. Desperate selfish reasons.
Nothing screams consummate capitalism quite like the compulsion to sell out for a quick advertising buck.
No enterprise sells out any quicker, or with as much vulgarity as the sports league model. On all levels.
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