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  • Posted 05/25/2011 08:45:33 EDT

    First the sun is shining, then I read this story....what a wonderful day this is shaping up to be. Thanks!

  • Posted 02/23/2011 01:50:40 EST

    Libel? Don't you mean liable? Libel and writing don't mix.

  • Comment on: 'Boston ‘

    Posted 02/23/2011 01:47:56 EST

    How many warm hats, scarves and mittens could be made from this yarn and wasted effort? Rather than trying to keep a lamp post warm, how about a human being? The poor like whimsy, too. Especially when more »

  • Posted 01/28/2011 01:37:34 EST

    I live here because it has all of the best elements of the rest of the country in one convenient little package.  We have the best schools, industry, seasons, beaches, sports teams, shopping, dining, more »

  • Comment on: He has no friends

    Posted 12/13/2010 02:34:21 EST

    Years ago, I was the friend-less girlfriend. My BF often rubbed that in my face but despite his cruelty, I married him anyway. Long story short, I worked on finding friends..classes, work, whatever it more »

  • Posted 11/17/2010 10:17:12 EST

    This is just a symptom of a guy with issues. Do you want to spend your life with someone who, when he's clearly wrong, starts a fight with you rather than apologizing? Makes up lame excuses when he's more »

  • Comment on: I want her back

    Posted 10/25/2010 10:36:41 EDT

    The fact that you don't spell out exactly what your indescretions were shows that you've never really accepted responsibility for them. Just because you think she should get over it doesn't mean she w more »

  • Comment on: What is he hiding?

    Posted 09/21/2010 11:09:52 EDT

    Jay is married. Plain and simple. He tells his wife he's away on business to play games with you. If the details of his pathetic life are really that important to you, hire a PI. more »

  • Posted 07/27/2010 02:42:29 EDT

    Never, ever, ever, fish from the company pier. more »

  • Posted 11/24/2009 11:09:58 EST

    I haven't heard the CD either, but am curious as to why music (movies, books) have to "make a statement". Why can't something just be taken at its face value and be enjoyed. Art for art's sake, so to more »

  • Posted 10/27/2009 10:16:20 EDT

    Considering the fact that we're all going to die someday makes the need for humour even greater. Personally, when I go, I'd rather have those around me crying with laughter than grief. The somber, pas more »

  • Posted 09/04/2009 11:18:21 EDT

    Technology and literature are not interchangeable. First editions of classic books are worth thousands...who wants to by a first-generation Kindle? Reading isn't simply looking at data, it encompasses more »

  • Posted 07/16/2009 01:16:51 EDT

    Whenever something bad happens in public, there is always the outcry of "Why didn't somebody DO something??" This unfortunate incident is an illustration of why many folks "don't want to get involved" more »

  • Posted 07/01/2009 10:24:57 EDT

    Would someone please explain to me the syndrome wherein someone is villified, analyzed, ridiculed and pulled apart by the media while they are alive, but the minute they die, suddenly this person beco more »

  • Posted 06/29/2009 01:23:38 EDT

    What is is about human nature that makes people want to dump all over happy/successful people? As much as I don't really care about the new Mrs. Henry and how she got there, the story was a welcome ch more »