Wednesday, November 21, 2007
It all began this morning when the comments came in about the Irving’s.
Later on, many goggled – JK Irving and ended in my blog.
Of course they got the blog - J.K. Irving views on sex.
Click below for the blog. You might learn something about your sex drive???...lol
OK….going back to the award?
The Irvings deserves this recognition 100%!!!
I blogged the issue before and I will do it again.
Can you imagine for 5 minutes being in the Irving’s shoes?
Yes, the first thing that comes to your mind is MONEY!!!!!
Well, it is not that simple!
Also with money comes power.
Of course the Irvings are very lucky that they can walk in the South End at 3:00am without any bodyguards.
They have their freedom and that’s a good thing.
Shawn Graham can do the same and I can blogged issues without being shot!!!
New Brunswick is a beautiful place to live and the Irvings are lucky!!!
But are they? Also with money come the so-call friends around you!
This is the reason I always wanted to win the BIG ONE so I could write a blog of how many phoney bastards exist in this world.
The Irvings must often wonder if their friend would be around if they weren’t so powerful?
They are human!!!!
The Irvings jobs are 24 hours per day and seven days per week!
Could you do it? I sure couldn’t!!!
God could land in front of me and asks me if I would exchange places with the Irvings?
The answer would be a BIG NOT INTERESTED!!!!
The three brothers were born by the big guy himself K.C. Irving!!
He had the extra drive to pursue his dream!! < He must have had ADHD? >
He was full of energy and he went at it 24 hours per day for 7 days per week!
He did well for a little guy from Bouctouche.
The Brothers came into this world and were force to continue the same drive their Father had left them.
Do they deserve it?
Of course they do!!!
I’m very glad for them. I know the brothers by first name basis and they’re good people.
They might be a little ruthless but if you chat with those guys?
You don’t believe that you are chatting with Billionaires.
I had many straight forward conversations with those guys.
Of course, I still blame the management of Irving’s Empire of the way they are controlling the media by denying people to write letters to the editor or refusing to cover certain issues because of personal vendetta.
As for the brothers? They’re good people and I’m proud of them.
It’s a great honour and they deserve it!
Good work guys!
P.S. I’m not drunk or on drugs! I’m not an Irving’s blogger and I’m not kissing ass! I just wrote this blog as I see it!!!
It wasn’t a blog like the one I wrote about Mary Keith.
I don’t have to force myself to press the post button.
Bon travaille les gars!!!
NEW BRUNSWICK EXPROPRIATION VICTIM - It's very stressful to fight the Government in court!!! The second Jackie Vautour goes to court at 10:00am in the morning!!!
NEW BRUNSWICK EXPROPRIATION VICTIMS - COVER UP IN THE JUSTICESYSTEM?????
RICHARD HARRIS DON'T GIVE UP EASY!!!!
Richard Harris final interview after hard fought battle with high paying lawyers!!!!
RICHARD HARRIS AGAINST BIG TIME LAWYERS!!!!
Richard Harris the English side of Jackie Vautour heads to Court tomorrow at 1:30pm!!!
Richard Harris believes the Lord Government or bureaucrats treated him unfairly!!
Write the story about the old llady and her Owl?
I guess she died a few years ago and the Owl use to be dressed up with different outfits.
Is this true????
Come on??? Repeat after me - Dan Bussieres is a jerk...Dan Bussieres is a jerk...Dan Bussieres is a jerk....
I might add this issue is not done yet!
NOT FROM A LONG SHOT!!!!
I'm using the story which was done by the CBC!!!
I just added some pictures.
THANK GOD FOR CBC!!!! LONG LIVE CBC!!!!!
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N.B. judge blasts Crown's case against blogger
Last Updated: Tuesday, November 21, 2006 | 2:49 PM AT
The judge overseeing the obstruction trial of internet blogger Charles LeBlanc criticized the prosecution's case in open court and even wondered aloud why LeBlanc was arrested in the first place.
Judge William McCarroll stopped short of dismissing the case Tuesday, but asked several pointed questions of the Crown, and suggested police officers may have acted inappropriately.
McCarroll studied CBC videotape of LeBlanc's arrest outside a business conference in Saint John last June. The video shows LeBlanc taking digital photos of a rowdy protest outside conference doors, and caught three Saint John police officers pinning him to the ground while he shouted out that he was taking pictures for his internet website. He was later charged with obstruction of justice.
In court, the judge said it appeared that LeBlanc was just off to the side taking pictures when a police officer grabbed him.
"The video speaks for itself. It's very strong evidence, that video," McCarroll said. "He's taking pictures. The next thing is, you know, he's down on the ground with three officers on him."
Police had testified earlier in the week that LeBlanc resisted during his arrest, but McCarroll held up a picture of the police walking LeBlanc peacefully across the lobby of the conference centre. "This
doesn't look to me like someone who is resisting arrest."
Police testimony 'inconsistent'
McCarroll said police testimony on Monday and Tuesday morning was inconsistent with what he saw on the videotape, and he wondered out loud why police ignored the masked man standing beside LeBlanc who was an obvious protester.
Crown prosecutor Catherine McNally suggested police arrested LeBlanc because they "didn't recognize him as a media person."
McCarroll replied the officers must have believed he was some sort of journalist, because they admitted to using his blog to get information about the conference in the days prior to his arrest. "The police went to his blogsite to get information," he said.
Tuesday morning, Saint John police admitted to visiting LeBlanc's blog site to obtain information on the Atlantica conference in the days before the event, even though they eventually arrested him partly because they didn't consider him a legitimate journalist.
Sgt. Bruce Connell testified Tuesday that police were concerned about planned demonstrations at the conference, held last June, and visited LeBlanc's website to get more information.
LeBlanc had written about plans by some opponents to attend the business conference and protest, a report police found useful enough to download and discuss.
"You did find some information there, useful to you," asked LeBlanc's lawyer, Harold Doherty, during testimony in the Saint John courtroom.
"Yes, absolutely," replied Connell.
Too 'scruffy' to be a reporter
The arresting officer, Sgt. John Parks, testified Monday that he didn't consider LeBlanc to be a legitimate reporter because he appeared "scruffy" and had an unprofessional-looking digital camera.
Parks also admitted to deleting a photo of himself from LeBlanc's camera.
Doherty says LeBlanc did not obstruct justice during the protest, and was just doing his job as a journalist.
He says the officers' actions in deleting pictures from LeBlanc's camera deprive him of a full and fair defence because they would show precisely where LeBlanc was standing and what he was doing in the minutes before his arrest.
Doherty says freedom of the press should extend to all journalists, not just those employed with large media organizations.
LeBlanc says Saint John police deleted dozens of photos, but Parks admitted to deleting only one of himself from the camera.
Parks also testified Monday that he had no idea what a blog or blogger was, even though his colleague admitted Tuesday to using LeBlanc's website as a source of information.
Defence attorney Harold Doherty had intended to call witnesses Tuesday afternoon, but changed his mind after the judge's barrage of questions and comments criticizing the Crown. A verdict in the case is expected Friday.