The scene opens with four people in some kind of office setting. There’s a senior citizen, a visible minority, a middle-aged woman, and a middle-aged man.
The middle-aged man speaks: “I think he thinks he’s ready for another term.”
The middle-aged woman chimes in: “He’s being skewered at the Duffy trial. He looks like a deer in the headlights. But still, he soldiers on.”
There must have been a meeting at City Hall to placate the people of Dartmouth before continuing with this $320,000 brand.
I caught an item on CBC the other day concerning the signs controversy in Dartmouth (and elsewhere). More than 2,000 residents of Dartmouth have signed a petition to return municipal signs in Dartmouth to their original purpose, ie, “You now stand on hallowed ground in the city of Dartmouth.”
A few weeks ago, I got up very early on a Saturday morning and made my way to the CBC’s new digs on Chebucto Road.
I was there to meet my buddy Stan Carew. We spent a wonderful half hour together, talking about my book and old songs from the 60s. Our memories were flowing freely. But this isn’t about my book, or rock and roll. It’s about Stan Carew.
I like this pope. I’m not a Catholic, hell, I’m barely a believer, but I like this guy.
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