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  • Posted 01/23/2011 08:55:45 EST

    Its not the big wheels that do this its also the probation officers themselves opening up doors for the relatives. There's a PO in the Lawrence court system that's already gotten 1 son in a court offi more »

  • Posted 03/29/2010 06:11:24 EDT

    Maybe the conservative Supreme Court of our country can learn from the state of Maine on campaign contributions. The Supreme Court says corporations or any individual can give as much money as they wa more »

  • Posted 03/29/2010 05:59:23 EDT

    Go get 'em Mr. President. Another Bush mess to be cleaned up but it will be well worth it. We're behind you and the troops that deserve the right to finish what they started and to come home. God bles more »

  • Posted 03/29/2010 05:56:45 EDT

    Why would anyone listen to this airhead, beauty queen wannabe? I guess its because she can see Russia from her house! more »

  • Posted 03/29/2010 05:48:56 EDT

    Let's see if Fox or anyone from the right wing media propaganda machine says anything about this. If this were a liberal group it would be front page news on the Herald and the right wing talking head more »

  • Posted 03/29/2010 05:41:02 EDT

    You won't see this in the Herald or from anyone associated with the right wing media propaganda machine. What a bunch of hypocrites the Repugnitans are. more »

  • Posted 03/23/2010 07:27:09 EDT

    Who will the 2 blowhards in the morning on EEI bash now? Healthcare is over, Tiger is back, Tom is back, who or what is next in line for the daily, negative rhetoric being spewed out by these 2 rich, more »

  • Posted 03/23/2010 07:04:31 EDT

    Bflat, your statement "I couldn't tell if we were a Democratic Republic or a banana republic by the way the Democrats rammed this through. The irony? Not one Democrat complained about the Republicans more »

  • Comment on: 'Bay’

    Posted 12/24/2009 09:27:13 EST

    Finn, agree with you on Cameron. Theo struck too soon on this signing. I don't believe any team would have given Cameron 2 yrs and rightfully so. If they do sign Bay, which I don't believe they will, more »

  • Posted 08/10/2008 11:53:07 EDT

    I try to deal with the facts as everyone knows them and don't put too much veracity in an anonymous poster's baseless innuendo about front office leaks, front office mistakes, front office using the m more »

  • Posted 08/06/2008 06:42:48 EDT

    The jury is out on Murphy as you say but when we give away Meredith, Shoppach, Josh Bard, Arroyo and have to include Hansen and Moss to get rid of Manny we lose a lot of bargaining chips in the proces more »

  • Posted 08/06/2008 06:51:52 EDT

    [Quote]It's seems like just a few months ago that Murphy was on the RS, and now he is on the HOF track. You people are a little silly. I remember all the talk about Murton, and I'm not sure he is even more »

  • Posted 08/06/2008 06:43:03 EDT

    [Quote]That's the thing, he sacrificed from depth and longer track records in the AAA kids lately. They aren't moving anyone off their top prospects in deals, including even the Gagne one. I CERTAINLY more »

  • Posted 08/06/2008 06:30:58 EDT

    [Quote] Who cares about the next crop.....most of them will be traded because the sox will hype them up.....send them to try to win it all......then these players will look good for a but then come do more »

  • Posted 08/06/2008 06:22:42 EDT

    [Quote] im no expert on prospects. i dont really research them i just know what i see on the major league team. and based on what ive seen, david murphy has no place being a CFer on any major league t more »

  • Posted 08/05/2008 06:00:46 EDT

    Dah, good catch. A little bit of dyslexia never hurt anyone. I'm not disparaging the front office because the 2 titles are what its all about. I'm hoping with the next crop of prospects like Anderson, more »

  • Posted 08/05/2008 03:30:28 EDT

    Dah, your making everyone's point. The seven outfielders you name there is only 1 that's making an impact on this years team right now. Talent evaluation is an art and when mistakes are made its becau more »

  • Posted 08/05/2008 02:12:36 EDT

    manny7, try going on soxprospects.com to learn about these guys down on the farm before you start trashing posters about their knowledge. When you make a statement that is inconsistent with the facts more »

  • Posted 08/05/2008 08:10:04 EDT

    Excellent article on the subject in Hard Times. What concerns me is this mental thing he had the 2nd half of last year where he went into a horrendous slump. If he's not mentally enough he may have a more »

  • Posted 08/05/2008 07:52:37 EDT

    311, don't listen to these posters who anonymously proclaim themselves baseball evaluators. Murphy is a tall, rangy OF with a decent arm and can play all outfield positions. THe knock on him early on more »

  • Posted 08/04/2008 06:39:06 EDT

    One bad inning again for Clay but at least this time he finished strong. This is a tough position to put this kid in and with our slumping offense thats not a good combination for winning baseball. more »

  • Forum Post: Joba an ace now.

    Posted 08/04/2008 06:27:59 EDT

    Maybe I jinxed the guy. No sooner than I post a thread about how Joba's becoming an ace ESPN is reporting that Joba left game with a right shoulder injury. Hate to see a young kid get hurt but I can't more »

  • Posted 08/04/2008 05:31:18 EDT

    This guy is looking like another big time mistake ala the Bagwell trade. 15 HR's, 73 ribbies and going strong. more »

  • Posted 08/04/2008 05:19:50 EDT

    How about this so called great redsox offense. more »

  • Forum Post: Joba an ace now.

    Posted 08/04/2008 05:16:44 EDT

    I hate to admit it but we now should be looking at Joba as an ace in the making. He's the Yanks best pitcher and shutting us out at home and taking care of the red hot Rangers tonight it looks like he more »

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