Wednesday, February 28, 2007
Do you have some cleaning supplies to spare? Bring them at the Shelter. They are in great need for them!!!!!
But knowing moi? You never know?
That's right??? He took the place of the great Lou Murphy!!!
Lou Murphy was as close to a Saint as we'll ever see. We will never see the likes of him again!
I don’t even need an apology. I just don’t wish to be shouted at in public. Of course, the old officer could have known me from the episode in Saint John? Who truly knows?
I also understand that I should have kept my mouth shut but there were way too much emotion in the air.
The trial was full of it and we were both confronted with this paper by the cop. I might add that he wasn’t too friendly. Sorta reminded me of John Parks in Saint John.
I heard that it was a fine from not wearing a helmet on a bicycle. Next time, I will just stay back and watch!
I will say the officer was very nice with the panhandler. I will admit that he was a little aggressive asking for money. I chatted with the female officer afterwards and she was very pleasant.
My God? These youths quickly went for their cell phones and were moving like ants.
They collected some money and drove to Saint John to get Bonnie O’Dea out of jail around midnight.
I believe this was a fantastic gesture from these youths.
Bonnie is now home with her family.
I do have a question?
With the drug problem on the rise in this City.
Isn’t it time that the Government built a new jail in the central area of the Province?
To the little group at the Underground Café? I say - Bon Travaille!!!
Maybe someone can write a little story of their ride to Saint John and back?