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Flea -

<i>One of the huge failures of the web with any number attached is the rise of the false authority figure.</i>

How totally unlike all pre-internet forms of communication!

Alan -

I think you meant to post elsewhere but I will leave it here, too, as you are apparently twice confused.<p>In this version of your error, you confuse local with large scale communications and treat them the same. Introduction of another professional news service at a local level would be a boon to a small market like Kingston just as the introduction of a second newspaper to Halifax in the 1980s was a boon. I admit that local public service in Toronto is likely a waste of time as Toronto has localities. What you may need there is public community news services within the distinct areas of Toronto. Do you really need to hear about the traffic on the 401 and Don Valley Parkway as you travel on the red rocket?

Gordo -

As long as that boob, Dave Stephens, stays in absentia, the CBC is welcome.

Flea -

It's these posts... It's like I know I have seen that cactus going by in the background somewhere before but I can't quite put my finger on it!

Alan -

You might find, Flea, that putting your other leg down to the good firm earth might help with your balance.

Alan -

Then we should get copies of the same DYI blog self-help book <i><b>and start using bold and italics</b></i> when you really mean something.

Flea -

What, and send back this ACME-Disambiguator without taking it for a spin? I think not.