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Archive for category: Journalism

   (2017.12.28)

James Bridle (still, despite bitching about “white nationalism” and “violent religious ideologies”), but also Tim Pool [now with update: in a dream, I asked Tim Pool out on a date]

   (2017.12.20)

Adam Curtis: “And they may be racist. But so what?”

   (2017.12.09)

David Macfarlane, 1996: “So this guy shows up and he was exactly the Voice. He was smart, he was charming, very tough-minded, difficult to argue against, cruel in his right-wing views – and profane”

   (2017.07.13)

Left-wing journalist Evan Balgord threatened to write “a guide to reporting on the anti-Islam/anti-Muslim movement in Canada,” so I wrote it for him

   (2017.06.16)

Nobody likes a journalist who writes down exactly what happens, and calls people (for) what they are

   (2017.06.04)

“If the subject of your coverage died, was ruined, was destroyed, or was wiped off the face of the earth, would your coverage have done its job?”

   (2017.04.03)

Toronto journalists are a political faction that seeks to crush, destroy, and eliminate its enemies

   (2016.11.09)

Denise Balkissoon, a local vizmin girl hack who trades on those features, solicited “sex and relationship pitches” for the Globe. So here goes!

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