...I'm really, really story I didn't get downtown earlier this evening to see Charlie Demers' dramatization of Jim (not James!) Green's book 'Against the Tide: The Story of the Canadian Seamen’s Union.'
To my mind, at least, Mr. Green will always be the best mayor that downtown Lotusland never had.
Why didn't I get down to the show?
These ones are due Tuesday morning.
And for awhile there I was worried I wouldn't be able to partake in our annual Oscar/C's Birthday party on Sunday night.
But I think everything is OK now because I just shipped the bloody things off to collaborators for one last once over, so they're pretty much all done except for the proofing.
What does this mean for all this rapid-fire, short-attention-span poli-blogging that's been going on 'round here for the last little while?
Well, that will probably all slow down because I won't be chained to my desk 'n box 14 hrs a day seven days a week.
Having said that, I think that a new Lotuslandian poli-bloggodome may be in the cards based, at least in part to....This.
And with that...To all a goodnight....Because I'm now going to finish my beer while I strum the guitar with one ear turned towards my favourite weekly USian poli-pod.
And, for the record (and perhaps to goad him on a wee bit), I very much look forward to Rod Micklburgh's review of tonight's event.