Where the hell is Canada? Who knew they made beer,Molson lite.Robert Crais
Molson dark. Derek Raymond.Yucaipa humor.Palmdale..Hush,hush.Witness protection program or what.Keep up the good work Kevin the blogs are great fun,man.
Saw your picture elsewhere, Kevin. Didn't realize you were so handsome or I would have been more respectful. Don't see myself listed as one of your friends. Is there a message in that? Am I a wingnut, whatever that is?
Am I the only one who vets my "friends"? in the last few days, I've had several requests from spammers and wingnuts who have absolutely no interest in crime fiction.
Don't encourage them. Reject them right off. Let's keep crimespace for crime.
I'm also sort of ticked off that some folks change their profile photos -- after being accepted as a "friend" -- to plug their books or whatever product they're selling, turning my page into a billboard.
Newt! Good to hear from you! I know you're not going to believe this but I accidentally deleted your chatter. Could you please re-post? (The "delete" button" is where my e-mail program has a "reply" button.)
Unfortunately, Da Vinci's City Hall, which tried to mix both politics and crime) lost about half of the former Canadian audience for Da Vinci's Inquest (U.S. syndication figures probably don't matter). In February 2006, the CBC announced the new show wouldn't be brought back, although negotiations are allegedly underway to reprise the Da Vinci character in a series of TV movies.
I remember, back in the day, La Grand Bock, this great little basement brasserie dive we'd go to right on Ste. Catherine, tucked underneath Woolworth's. It had live bands and great cheap food. And happy hour was quarts, two-for-one.