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Thursday, September 3, 2009
Really? Conrad Black?
I have no strong feelings about Conrad Black one way or the other. Which, compared to how he is sometimes vilified, says a lot; however, not as much as this…
I was at the Second Cup and I saw a man wearing a black t-shirt (natch) that read,
. I was a little surprised. I’m thinking I should get one. The novelty aspect is reason enough.
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