And as the Quebec referendum approaches, the whine is flowing through the streets of Montreal like cheap Bordeaux.
As a public service, I will predict the events of the days up to and including the October 30 referendum results. No further coverage will be necessary, and we can return to those lazy, hazy days of O.J.
One stereotype that has come to the forefront of my mind over the past three years at Ryerson is the one of the engineer student: macho, rowdy, heterosexual, self-centred males.
Trevor Hampden and I are the only black males at Ryerson’s School of Journalism. That’s all. Two of us, out of 500-plus students.
What we wanted, what we truly needed, was B-TV. That’s B for really Bad television.
The sooner we “Disnify” our sorry attempt at a country, the sooner we can cast off the shackles of our prepubescent reputation abroad.
As Yuk-Yuk’s Mark Breslin says, “Sex hasn’t been safe since it could lead to marriage.”
Call me crazy, but I gotta be me.