I couldn’t help but notice a galling instance of HLLIFLX creep the other day.
During a piece by the CBC’s Brett Ruskin about the deplorable conditions at the Bedford Magazine — everything’s in danger of going kablooey, apparently — some Navy communications person referred to it as the Halifax Magazine.
What’s that, Nova Scotia (et al) newsmakers? You want me to share my experience and wisdom with you? Why, don’t mind if I do...
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To Premier Stephen McNeil: Shut up! You are flying against all wisdom and common sense in perpetrating your anti-union agenda on the teachers, Let the hired help do it. Don’t negotiate in the media. It never works.
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From the people responsible for the pernicious Halifax creep we’ve been experiencing for the last few years — that is, the placement of those unwanted HLLIFLX signs all over Dartmouth and down along the Eastern Shore — comes a move to dispense with the vast majority of Cow Bay.
I’m 78 years old and I still believe in the union movement.
Unions have changed and evolved over the years, but there is a segment of society who still believes that unions are the great pariahs and get in the way of progressive government.
Like a bird on the wire
Like a drunk in a midnight choir
I have tried in my way to be free.
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