The Bulldog is back in its normal digs after quite an emergency last week.
Your agent noticed that his Internet provider had been down for some considerable time. Calls to the company yielded no answers.
So here it is. Your agent is stuck in Queensway rush-hour traffic wondering how he is to publish this Internet publication with no Internet. Coffee shops are likely to grow tired of you over a few hours.
A quick phone call to Newport owner Moe Atallah solved the problem. Atallah, a great friend and Ottawa’s nicest man (I have no idea why he puts up with me), said use his Internet at the restaurant. Thank goodness.
So there was your agent in the back corner of the Newport producing The Bulldog in the midst of the hub-bub in one of the city’s major eateries and Elvis picture central. Bulldog World Headquarters had moved to Moe’s World Famous Newport, home of the World Famous Elvis Sighting Society. Talk about globalism. The stay lasted about a week until another local firm could get The Bulldog an Internet connection at the bunker.
Many thanks to all our commenters who showed great patience with the long delays getting their missives published.
And of course, a big thank you to Moe and his wonderful staff who put up with me for a week. Tell me Your Worship … could you put up with me for a week? By the way, I recommend the chicken pizza. Moe saves me again.
Anyway things are back to normal at the Bulldog bunker and comments should be published much faster than during the past week.
Enjoy. Emergency over.
Top photo: Bulldog editor Ken Gray working diligently on his publication and trying make Ottawa safe for democracy.
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