Saturday, October 02, 2010

Class and the lack thereof

Rick Salutin's classy final words to his readership cut by the heartless shmuckery of corporate news.  But they forgot he cross-posts to Rabble, and they didn't cut it, and now we all see what kind of people run the Globe and Mail.
Since I began these columns, now in their 20th year, I've tended to think of each as the last, which is now the case. I'm glad to end with the reasons for the Ford phenomenon, since I've always felt that saying what one thinks is cheap and easy. It's more useful to describe why one thinks it and, even better, how one thinks. 
It's been a pleasure to (try to) share that experience with you.
Most of this article was originally published in the Globe and Mail.

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