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Cranky Old Ken Gray

Ouch

Ouch

Ha ha. Twitter had this little display of 140-character-or-less debate of like-minded people agreeing with each other.

When has that ever happened?

They didn’t like me. Oh dear. How will I ever tweet again in this town?

Kind of wondering where this came from. Did your agent do something bad? The target is lil ole me.

The pixel evidence is below:

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Watson Goes Teletubby On Budget


The Teletubbies in action. Mayor Jim Watson will be in action in a Teletubbies consultation on June 25.


The Teletubbies was a preschooler TV show about little alien characters who talked in infantile gibberish.

Not to miss a trend, Mayor Jim Watson is holding a Tele-Town Hall on June 25 “before city staff begins developing the draft Budget 2016.” Ottawa’s foremost tweep will be asking for tweets, of course.

There’s just one problem: the strategic initiatives for budget 2016 have already been set by the mayor’s office. Precious little budget room is left for councillor initiatives let alone a raft of such suggestions from the public.

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Cullen, Watson Get In Twitter Spat

Former councillor Alex Cullen and Mayor Jim Watson exchanged words on Twitter about corporation and union campaign donations.

From Cullen to Watson:

And what about banning corp and union $? Undemocratic to allow privileged few to donate 2X. Would level field.

Cullen also mentioned that The Bulldog really gets under Watson’s skin.

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Here’s The Good News On Gridlock

Here’s one good thing coming out of Ottawa’s gridlock from frequent Bulldog contributor Robert Roberts on Twitter:

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Mayor McCheese As The Tweepinator

Here is a tweet from Ottawa’s preeminent Tweep, Mayor Jim Watson.

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Watson

Is there a person in Ottawa who tweets more than the Tweepinator?

When the roof caves in on the light-rail project, His Worship tweets on election signs. Now he’s got the cheese issue covered.

How can you take a person in a responsible position seriously with communications like this?

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Tweet: Here’s Jim Watson

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Mayor Jim Watson meets with his dad who is in a long-term-care home near His Worship’s respite home as he heals from a snowmobile injury.

There’s has been a Mayor Jim “The Pelvis” Watson sighting on Twitter.

Looks pretty hardy and happy in his new wheelchair. The mayor tweeted this out from his respite home.

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More On Chianello

The discussion of columnist Joanne Chianello’s work continues … this time on Twitter:

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Totally Awesome, Tim Tierney

Sorry to centre you out here Tim Tierney but your tweet was sent to me by Twitter to encourage me to participate on the social medium.

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Give John Baird A Language Break

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Baird

Poor John Baird. Could it be that the foreign minister doesn’t tweet enough in French?

Oh no.

Imagine. Federal Language Commissioner Graham Fraser is probing the minister to see if Baird is not tweeting half in French and half in English.

Does Fraser not have a hobby? Is the Federal Language Commissioner actually spending good government money and time on something as minute as this?

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Hobbs Makes Twitter Waves

Here is some feedback on Kitchissippi Councillor Katherine Hobbs from Twitter:

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RinkODreams Needs Work

RinkODreams, who has taken on human form as a Twitter tweep, faces unemployment as the ice melts.

Here is his recent tweet:

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Jim Watson’s Useless Tweets

Mayor Jim Watson has an impressive 32,500 followers on Twitter. He has dispatched out an astounding 36,300 tweets.

So when Waller Street collapsed above the light-rail project construction, what was Watson discussing? The province was responsible for not having liquor available in bars for the gold-medal hockey game. What a waste.

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RinkODreams Ready To Enter Political Arena

The tweep RinkODreams looks to be weighing an entry into politics.

This from Twitter:

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Watson Fails At Policy

The Airport Parkway pedestrian bridge is an example of Mayor Jim Watson’s policy failures.

The big knock against Mayor Jim Watson is not that he doesn’t work; he works at the wrong stuff.

His stupendous event-going and hideous amount of time spent tweeting have been said to take away from the attention he must spend on his most important function: policy. As one senior public servant put it, Watson is a great “retail” mayor, but leaves much to be desired on the wholesale side.

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