By Victor Schwartzman
March 7, 2014
There was once a fellow named me
who for Accessibility News and AODA
wrote a column about the government
(its access implementation was a load of
nothing, really.) Writing something about nothing
weeks after no implementation weeks
creates worries: wheres the justice?
The governments stalling on access reeks
bad, really. Fear always rules the politicians.
Promises were easy. Talk of AODA cheap.
But access angered cities and businesses
until implementation became a growing heap
of —-, really. And, speaking of my
move, its over, and the unpacking
now just finishing. Life has been a blur
and my news of AODA quite lacking
reality, really though AODAs not real
yet, and I again see no progress of late.
Dean Morays hearings are important
but really: no one should wait.
Next: Important Vital Questions, At Least For Me: How Set Up The Kitchen Drawers? Where Will The Utensils Go? What About The Condiments? How Do You Secure A Microwave Under A Cabinet?
Victor Schwartzman contributes this weekly satiric column to Accessibility News nothing in these columns is true except what they are about. His graphic novel (where each chapter is one issue of a community newspaper) is serialized on the great Canadian lit site, http://www.redfez.net. He also contributes a monthly poetry review to http://www.targetaudiencemagazine.com. and does an on-air review monthly for the World Poetry Café on CFRO-FM in Vancouver. He has had poetry and short fiction published, and has edited novels. His email is firstname.lastname@example.org.