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  • Comment on Katherine Hobbs Keeps Us Dumbfounded, Too by Ken Gray

    Richard: Thank you for your high-minded words. Appears you must speak for your sister and Mike Patton. Didn't know Mike needed a spokesman. And I doubt he enjoys have people put words in his mouth. I'm afraid I don't troll (as you insultingly put it) your sister's facebook page. I have better things to do and I just don't care. Someone sent me the post because they thought it was hilarious. […]

  • Comment on The Bulldog Will Not Endorse Gourlay, Kennery by Ken Gray

    Richard: I don't remember seeing any Watson advertising in the Citizen this election time out. Have you? Chiarelli thinks that independent news and opinion outlets are important for a healthy society. So he puts his money where his mouth is. I expect you agree Richard. We'd be happy to accept an ad worth a few thousand dollars from you. Funny ... I didn't know Mike Patton needed someone to […]

  • Comment on The Bulldog Will Not Endorse Gourlay, Kennery by Richard Hobbs

    There is definitely a conflict of interest with the Watson advertising in the Ottawa Citizen and Chiarelli advertising on your site. If you call this an opinion site which may be a fairer assessment rather than a news site, then it probably is not a conflict. Ask my pal Mike Patton. I think you know him. […]

  • Comment on Katherine Hobbs Keeps Us Dumbfounded, Too by Richard hobbs

    Ken Your fascination with my sister who is a private citizen living happily in another city is unhealthy. My suggestion is for you to move on, stop trolling on facebook and do whatever it is you are trying to accomplish with a bit of class […]

  • Comment on Stop Shooting Wild Animals In The City by Sisco Farraro

    Yes, Ken, the city has changed a great deal over the past 7 years or so. Maybe we were a bit premature in saying "goodbye" to Larry O'Brien. I did speak to my son about the moose after I posted my comment. It seems as though a vet was called to the scene and the moose had broken a leg. As with horses, broken legs can cause gangrene and a slow death. Perhaps a quick death was the correct […]

  • Comment on Stop Shooting Wild Animals In The City by Ken Gray

    Sisco: Bob Chiarelli and Merv Beckstead did a great job responding to the 1998 ice storm. Unfortunately that was a long time ago and the players have changed for the worse. cheers kgray […]

  • Comment on Ottawa Is A Winter City, Not A Cycling City by Ken Gray

    Nicholas: I don't really have a position on the Holland bike lanes. I just worry when Watson starts musing about it because he has a history of being a terrible administrator and a huge money spender. cheers kgray […]

  • Comment on Stop Shooting Wild Animals In The City by Sisco Farraro

    Pierre and Ken have hit the nail on the head. A minute ago I read a story titled "Toronto Fans Aren't Too Smart". This story goes hand in hand with that one and could have been titled "Ottawa Isn't Too Smart". I think that over the years Ottawa has proven again and again it lacks a plan to deal with disasters or events out of the ordinary. God help us if anything that could have serious […]

  • Comment on Ottawa Is A Winter City, Not A Cycling City by Nicholas

    Ken, normally I'm right there with you on cycling issues. As a pedestrian I have lost count of how many times I've had near misses from cyclists on sidewalks or blowing through traffic signage, etc. I want to give them everything they want just to get them the hell away from me. There is no more selfish, irresponsible transport group than bikers. This time though I think I have to disagree. […]

  • Comment on Stop Shooting Wild Animals In The City by Ken Gray

    the Voter: We need a more inclusive country. Get the vote for elk and moose. Animals are people, too. cheers kgray […]

  • Comment on Stop Shooting Wild Animals In The City by The Voter

    Simple - elk and moose don't vote so the City doesn't need to worry about them. Maybe they should organize a bazaar and invite the mayor to open it. Then they'd have his attention. […]

  • Comment on Stop Shooting Wild Animals In The City by Ken Gray

    There was public outrage over the elk and one would think action would be taken to develop a strategy. That hasn't happened. If the public is concerned, the mayor and the police chief should have been on top of this. Obviously they haven't. cheers kgray […]

  • Comment on Ottawa Is A Winter City, Not A Cycling City by Pierre Pagé

    It appears the city got carried away long ago when it comes to blowing money on a very small group of cyclists who have disrupted our streets and businesses downtown. […]

  • Comment on Stop Shooting Wild Animals In The City by Pierre Pagé

    As you rightly point out Ken, this has been going on forever and there is always some excuse for shooting the animals. If only they spent some energy in developing a strategy instead of continually finding excuses for why the animals needed to be shot. There appears to be a lack of interest in saving the animals. There also appears to be little public outrage. Either the excuses are swallowed […]

 

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