barrington street pothole 
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Re: “On the question of “Where are you really from?”

Just say you're from Dartmouth, that will put an end to the questions about your geographical background.

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Posted by barrington street pothole on 09/29/2016 at 9:58 PM

Re: “Council candidates call for three-term limits at City Hall

Anyone who would vote for someone after three terms is just fucking deplorable. This can't be permitted.

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Posted by barrington street pothole on 09/14/2016 at 9:28 PM

Re: “Rebecca Thomas isn't asking nicely anymore

From the article they use 'electronic beats' as the basis for their music. There is literally no music genre whiter than EDM. (OK, maybe polka) That's the appropriation.

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Posted by barrington street pothole on 08/25/2016 at 9:35 PM

Re: “Quiet on the set a year after Stephen McNeil’s fateful budget

That's great Cory, so in the last full year of the film wage subsidy you must have earned substantially more than $67,000. Was it more than $80,000? More than $100,000? What portion of your earnings were paid by your follow non-film industry workers. Was it $40,000? Was it more than $50,000? If my math is way off here feel free to correct me.

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Posted by barrington street pothole on 04/14/2016 at 6:30 PM

Re: “Quiet on the set a year after Stephen McNeil’s fateful budget

So, is my math correct - the average film worker in Nova Scotia earned $477 per day of work last year. Now, I understand the work is not steady but if you work on say, Mr. D. for 12 weeks you would earn about $28,000 for 3 months of work. The Nova Scotia government would pay a subsidize of $18,600 to the production company who then sells the show to CBC who pays for the show with subsidy dollars from the federal government. After production on the show wraps the film worker opens an EI claim receives $976 per week in benefits. So, for working 12 weeks the film worker earns $67,040 for the year.

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Posted by barrington street pothole on 04/14/2016 at 5:34 PM

Re: “We spoke to a Chronicle Herald writer about that refugee story

I just heard a CBC Radio interview by Tom Murphy and the Halifax school board Superintendent wherein the Superintendent claims to be having ongoing discussions with Sarah Dennis about how this story will be reported. What?

I wonder if this is how the abuse at Rotheringham started. Or maybe this:
http://news.nationalpost.com/news/world/it…

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Posted by barrington street pothole on 04/11/2016 at 6:12 PM

Re: “We spoke to a Chronicle Herald writer about that refugee story

That time Jacob relied upon an anonymous source to rip he Herald for using an anonymous source.

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Posted by barrington street pothole on 04/11/2016 at 5:46 PM

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