I guess it pays, in a nonremunerative sense, to be constantly rebuffed by the TTC. You’ll recall the Spacers tried to set up a licensing deal for their subway lapel buttons, but were spurned over and over again. TTC left tens of thousands of dollars (in gross sales) on the table.

I guess TTC felt all embarrassed, or somehow thought they owed him something, because whaddya know: Matthew fucking Blackett is now on the TTC customer-service panel.

That will be me at the meetings seated directly in front of him, daring him to call me a liar again.

The foregoing posting appeared on Joe Clark’s personal Weblog on 2010.03.02 16:25. This presentation was designed for printing and omits components that make sense only onscreen. (If you are seeing this on a screen, then the page stylesheet was not loaded or not loaded properly.) The permanent link is:

(Values you enter are stored and may be published)



First of all, this personal Weblog is on hiatus in 2020. (See Best postings)

Other reading

Topics of interest

Typography ⁓ graphic designTTCCanadian EnglishInversion

Archives by date

Just add /year/month/day/ to the end of site’s URL, You can add just /year/month/, or just /year/, if you wish. Years are four-digit, month and day two-digit (with padding zero below 10). For example:

Archives by category

Copyright © 2004–2020

You enjoy

I really like my pictures; my homosexualist-lock-screens project is what I am most proud of in living memory; this personal Weblog is an absolute cultural treasure.

And, last but not least, I don’t like you, either.