Blackball founder James Di Fiore went on the Dean Blundell Podcast yesterday to discuss the death of Christie Blatchford, the ongoing wet’suwet’en blockades, as well as the Toronto Raptors and their playoff hopes.
I know at least a dozen journalists, reporters and writers who have received unsolicited, honest advice from Blatchford over the past couple decades, and contrary to the opinions of all those insipid, lazy ideologues on social media, there was nothing mean-spirited about her.
That image of Kobe and his daughter in heaven, playing basketball, smiling at each other with love – if that idea is only possible through belief then so be it.
Blackball founder James Di Fiore discusses the Kobe Bryant tragedy and how widespread grief is countered by people who think his rape case is relevant again, as well as the new developments in the Trump impeachment trial.
James Di Fiore on the Dean Blundell Show discussing politics, media, and why he just wasn’t cute enough to be molested by a priest in his childhood.
The irony in this ridiculous controversy is that Gervais was probably the most authentic progressive-minded person in that room.