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[url=http://www.rabble.ca/columnists_full.shtml?x=72172]"Great article"[/url] says Margaret (the feminist who lives at this address.) "Looks good on Christie Blatchford. More Heather Mallick, please."
Yes, I add, this was the Couillard piece I've been waiting for, since I don't read The Star and had missed[url=http://thestar.blogs.com/broadsides/2008/05/femme-fatale.html] Antonia Zerbisias on Couillard.[/url]
[ 07 June 2008: Message edited by: Wilf Day ]
Heh, that was fabulous. [img]biggrin.gif" border="0[/img]
"Insane, yes, but 10 years later it has some value. Now I can tell a collection of woman-hating females at an enabling male-run newspaper that my breasts have stopped horse artillery."
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Oh, that was too funny, I agree boom boom, and both Heather's and Antonia's articles were most excellent. Heather's was a tiny bit more though.
It was brilliant. Thank you Heather for doing such a fabulous job of finally calling out what has been a kind of gleeful sexism in the media on this coverage. I missed Antonia's piece though.
I liked it, too. While there are legitimate concerns underlying the scandal, as Mallick points out, the usual culprits are more interested in balming Couillard for everything, and the idiot Minister for almost nothing.
I do think that Heather SLIGHTLY overstates her poitriniary loveliness, however; they stop FRENCH horse artillery, apparently, but what of the real manly kind, like [url=http://www.normiltattoo.no/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=38&... guys?[/url]
...the usual culprits are more interested in balming Couillard for everything...
Originally posted by martin dufresne:[b] They would.[/b]
[ 09 June 2008: Message edited by: Erstwhile ]
double post, sorry. [img]confused.gif" border="0[/img]
[ 08 June 2008: Message edited by: kimi ]
Ah, kimi, you're learning the mysterious ways of the ancient software. [img]wink.gif" border="0[/img]
I just read the Mallick piece again, mostly so I could have a good chuckle to start the day.