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Posted 12/10/2014 04:41:27 EST
What is a Romney/Shrub?
Posted 11/27/2014 06:21:53 EST
if they build apartments on top of the Middle East, the first people who move in are going to complain to the city about the loud music from the bar they live over.
Posted 10/18/2014 02:41:42 EDT
It would be sort of neat if they brought over some of the artists who make these shoes - then they could have a party together!
Posted 09/21/2014 07:53:44 EDT
Maybe we should make it so the police can shoot all animals on sight. Which, of course, would mean they would be shooting you too, Wilcrowe, since your ethics do not distinguish you from animals.
Posted 09/21/2014 07:52:09 EDT
No more Boston Globe... just the Twitter Feed Formerly Known as the Boston Globe.
Posted 09/12/2014 05:38:35 EDT
How do you figure?
Posted 09/12/2014 05:37:42 EDT
Most globe articles these days look like Tweets on Twitter... Looks like the globe is now just cutting out the middleman, and is simply going to copy and paste tweets directly. So much for journalism.
Posted 09/12/2014 05:32:51 EDT
What a tease - "click here for more article." How about, "no," since most Globe articles look more like Twitter tweets than actual journalism..
Posted 09/03/2014 07:16:17 EDT
Nice blog entry. Shouldn't this have appeared on facebook or twitter, or something?
Posted 07/20/2014 07:02:08 EDT
Why is this report broken up across eight different web pages? The text of this article is certainly short enough for a single page. This article is promoted as a "slide show," however, the "slides" a more »
Posted 06/19/2014 10:24:08 EDT
While the article's headline and text continually imply the conclusion that "Harvard paid for 'likes,' the story makes clear that this is not a Harvard issue, but a Facebook issue. The antagonist and more »
Posted 06/19/2014 10:23:29 EDT
Posted 06/15/2014 07:58:31 EDT
What has it got to to with Ted Kennedy, "Breivik-Will-Save-Norway?" Wouldn't your comment be funnier if you said, "the Kitty Dukakis school of driving?" After all, Ted Kennedy didn't flip a car on Sto more »
Posted 06/10/2014 11:59:34 EDT
Locking the door prevents your throat being slit? more »
Posted 06/07/2014 12:49:06 EDT
Hi Cubsblue, couple corrections for you- - You call this an article. It's not an article, it's a status update. What it's doing on Boston.com instead of the author's myspace account remains unanswered more »
Posted 06/07/2014 12:33:10 EDT
One option for dealing with boston.com content and website issues is to use absolutely any other news source. Better and more complete writing can be found in places like comments on youtube, or your more »
Posted 06/06/2014 02:17:06 EDT
Many people who are commenting on this article match or exceed the writing ability of the article's author, Doug Saffir. more »
Posted 06/06/2014 02:14:38 EDT
Hmm... This is not an article. This is a length post that the author, Doug Saffir, should have just posted to his facebook or myspace account. more »
Posted 06/05/2014 08:54:39 EDT
I think that the globe could save money by shutting down its own website and just having the reporters put their tweets on twitter. more »
Posted 06/05/2014 08:50:50 EDT
Why do you say "Why is Obama hindering the investigation?" more »
Posted 06/05/2014 08:46:43 EDT
I enjoy reading Boston Globe stories - they take me back to elementary school. Who the hell is Michele McPhee? Who does she work for? Why should we even worry about what she reports? Why didn't the Gl more »
Posted 04/15/2014 01:32:28 EDT
My mistake! The advertisements are back, and worse than ever! Excellent job - they cover the content and the links!! And they follow you as you scroll! By the way, all of the news articles from before more »
Posted 04/15/2014 01:27:31 EDT
Well - this redesign goes from bad to worse. There are certainly fewer advertisements than the previous version of the site, but it is likely that the Globe will begin filling up the site with audio- more »
Posted 03/13/2014 10:33:16 EDT
I note from your original post that your stroll down memory lane pushes towards (without ever actually saying) that the police should have handled this in a different way. Simple solution to this prob more »
Posted 03/13/2014 10:29:29 EDT
(continued) The act of a police officer shooting a suspect is higher priority than an action in which no shooting occurs. I think you would be more satisfied listening to a police radio frequency scan more »
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