Recently, Ken King decided to double down on the crazy pills vis a vis CalgaryNext. Presumably that means KathleenNOW is off the table. Dear Ken King, I can only imagine the frustrations you must be grappling with in the face of our refusal to indulge your petty desire for more hookers and cocaine. It is difficult,… Continue reading An Open Letter to Ken King “You can’t emotionally blackmail that which is already dead inside.”
I have no desire to be on the condo board, yet I despise Dean. If someone votes for me, they may theoretically no longer vote for Dean. Ergo, if Dean loses, I win. If we both lose, I still win.
My Fellow Albertans, The polls are open in Alberta, and to save you both time and aggravation, I feel it prudent to make my announcement ahead of the officially polling day. I, people of Alberta, your noble Integrity Commissioner for the City of Calgary, am your new Premier. I know, I know. You’re thinking What… Continue reading An Open Letter to the People of Alberta: Behold, Your New Premier (is me)
Sometimes I think people forget that chronic pain isn’t a simply a struggle that exists in the moment. For every minute of pain there are five other minutes of fear and confusion and worries about what the future will hold. In that way, chronic pain is a pervasive aspect that touches on the past, present,… Continue reading Chronic Pain Diaries, Part II
Dear City of Calgary Council, Integrity Commissioner here, thought maybe I would chime in on this whole 'funding for public art' issue that has been troubling some of you for the last little while. Of course the drop in oil prices has us all panicking and retreating to our Campbell's Soup-Stocked emergency shelters and panic… Continue reading Yet Another Open Letter to the City of Calgary and the City Council “Art? I am the art!”