"We can't allow things that are inaccurate to stand." — The Word of Our Dan, February 19, 2008.

Thursday, December 17, 2009


On the day after the metaphorical last spike is driven in the Trans-Labrador Highway, allowing, for the first time in history, ground transportation to and from at least the southern Labrador coast by a mode that doesn't involve water, liquid or frozen; a change in transportation patterns which will, in the medium to long run, be as profound for the province as a whole, if not more so, than the construction (and abandonment) of the Newfoundland railway, the establishment of the Gulf ferry, or the construction of the major airports during World War Two; you might think that such an event would merit more than sixty-two unsigned words deep on page A11.

Just sayin'.



At 9:14 PM, December 17, 2009 , Blogger Steve said...

Yeah, give the Indians more room to manoeuver to hunt in closed regions. You go innu.

At 10:27 PM, December 17, 2009 , Blogger WJM said...

You go away, Steve, and leave such comments to yourself.

Bye, Steve.

At 12:38 AM, December 18, 2009 , Blogger Mark said...

Hey Steve - got milk?


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