Mission accomplished! A new computer ;).
I am sitting amidst a sea of cables, directions and boxes. Everything’s plugged in and hooked up – and it’s working! So far so good. I still have to work at getting email set up and files and software transferred, but it’s falling into place. What a treat to spend an hour at the keyboard without a crash!
Had hoped to get some articles posted but I’m not quite there yet. I will however link here externally to an article which ran yesterday in the Victoria Times Colonist. I”ll post it on the site tomorrow.
A bit disappointing to see a rather major, and for Cornwall in general and Perry Dunlop particular, problematic error. Understandable for a reporter new to the complexeties of Cornwall, but disappointing.
According to the article David Silmser reported his sex abuse allegations against Father Charlie to Perry Dunlop. Not so. Nothing could further from the truth. Those intent on protecting älleged” paedophiles by pillorying Perry and accusing him of ‘conspiring’ to levy false allegations against pillars of the community will love that little faux pas.
The fact is that back in September 1993 the Dunlops didn’t know Dave from Adam. I believe there’s more than ample evidence to conifrm that fact.
Bord made the same errror. He claims to know both Perry and Dave. All I can say is he can’t know either too well or he’d never have come up with that.
Note the Ottawa Citizen article which showed up online yesterday. Peter Engelmann et al wil be waiting for Perry at the Weave Shed at 1 PM tomorrow (14 January 2008)!! Perry hasn’t told them he won’t be coming!!! I added a few comments to put that into context. I will leave it at that.
And then of course, there’s Claude McIntosh fretting about about his nemesis, taking a crass swipe at Perry, launching an equally heartless run at Garry Guzzo, and thoughtfully pondering the state of affairs of Sean Adams. As for his thoughts about ‘”another” fundraising drive for Perry, well, Mr. McIntosh can put his busy mind to rest – the fund raining drive is already well under way, – and will continue for the forseable future. The need is great.
A final note. An online poll at the Cornwall Standard Freeholder two days asked: “Do you support Perry Dunlop’s decision not to appear at the Cornwall Public Inquiry. The results were decisive: Yes: 71%
Keep the Dunlop family in your prayers. As much as the decision has been made that jail is preferable to the
coliseum Weave Shed curtroom the pressure the family is under these days is intense. I talked to Perry’s mother a few days ago. She’s a lovely lady. She has spent the past couple of months helping the family to navigate these troubled waters. But she too is feeling the pressure. That’s her boy. When Heather momentarily let her mind wander to what might happen to Perry in jail she broke down. What will they do to him?
Yes indeed. What will they do to her boy? Look what they’ve done to him already.
God help us all. How, dear Lord, have we come to this?
Enough for now,
Apologies for typos – worse than my usual I know. I don’t have my spell check activated yet.