Senator Kelvin Ogilvie is a senator who actually accomplished something in life, unlike the army of political toadies, fartcatchers and bagmen who surround him in the Red Chamber.
In certain circles — OK, in most circles — those people who are working in the Chronicle Herald newsroom these days are not very popular.
These are the replacement workers, the scabs, who are toiling away at jobs that used to be held by members of the Halifax Typographical Union, before they went on strike 14 months ago.
Far be it for Frank Magazine to read too much into an 18-month-old social media post, but sometimes you really have to wonder.
On July 10, 2015, the photographs and text you see here appeared on a Facebook account belonging to Andrew Francis Frank, 59, of 157 Bosdets Point Road in West Arichat.
The text reads:
“This is ‘Wayne Mury’
This issue’s Wanker of the Week needs no introduction.
There really must be something to this climate change business.
In case you haven’t noticed, Nova Scotia in general — and Halifax in particular — now seems to be averaging a once-in-a-generation weather event every couple of years.
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