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“One of the best books of the year.”

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Dr. Denial: Q and A


Questions and answers:

Why did the elusive Chris Mazza “break his silence”? Because someone suspects they are about to hear from the OPP, and because they want to lay some PR track before that happens. That’s why.

Why did the Globe give Mazza such an uncritical platform? To piss off the Star and Kevin Donovan, who arrogantly think that they alone are responsible for exposing all wrongdoing in the world, and who also believe the sun of journalistic goodness solely shines out their asses. That’s why.

Why should you care? You shouldn’t. It’s PR bullshit, from start to finish. This guy was a creep – and a Conservative creep, to boot – and he richly deserves the misery that has been his life in the past year. Evidence of his creepiness? Continual use of that poor kid’s death in virtually every public statement he has made. It’s a disgrace.

And so is Chris Mazza.

5 Responses to “Dr. Denial: Q and A”

  1. [...] I have many things to say about this but due to a generous court settlement, I can’t. Share this:TwitterFacebookPinterestEmailLike this:LikeBe the first to like this. [...]

  2. Pipes says:

    De mortuis nil nisi bene [dicendum]
    He’s a dead man walking. Ms Kirbie may have received a ‘generous court settlement’ but I bet it isn’t enough given the hell she was subjected to. Anyway I shouldnt speak ill of the d e a d ! What possible carreer does Mazza have left. He caused himself a life of misery. One way to become undead, is to take responsiblity, apologize appropriately and move on and hope he gets forgiveness. But he doesnt seem to be the type to do that. He is another example of a person who should have used his powers for good and not evil. He will need a size 8 heavy defuckulator to get his life back together. Frankly I think he should be in prison.

    Kind a sad really.

  3. Peter says:

    I’m still trying to understand how in hell Alf Apps got involved with this ungodly corrupt mess of Mazza’s…wasn’t Apps the President of the Liberal Party at the time? I understand people must make a living…and good professionals get the nod and serious bucks. But surely anybody with a sense of smell would know this stinks to high hell from the get go.

  4. Dennis Hollingsworth says:

    I get a kick out of how HudakCON Frank Klees has had nothing better to do (since re-elected in Fall 2011) than to continuously flog this deader than dead POS story, that his deadbeat crew was so instrumental in creating in the first place.

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