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Posted 12/22/2014 02:12:23 EST
I was sitting in this boat, minding my own business.
Posted 01/20/2014 11:30:23 EST
It looks to me like Talib could've avoided the hit if he wanted, but I think he wanted the hit on Welker as much as Welker wanted to hit him. Obviously, Welker going to the Super Bowl instead of Bill more »
Posted 12/31/2013 11:50:45 EST
Luckily, we managed to get a copy of his timeline to reevaluate his marriage: 1- Meet new woman in bar. 2 - Have a wild romantic fling. 3 - Tell her you're creating a timeline to reevaluate your marri more »
Posted 09/06/2013 02:45:33 EDT
Aferr's right about the Red Line, except he didn't mention on Tuesday they also had another broken train on the afternoon rush hour making two rides from Braintree to SO. Station on that day take thre more »
Posted 08/17/2013 09:46:07 EDT
There's no reason whatsoever that documents from the 1960s should be classified. The CIA probably has some background on John Wilkes Booth it's still keeping under wraps. All the archives, includin more »
Posted 03/10/2013 01:40:08 EST
Good, except for his "stymied career." There isn't a pianist out there that wouldn't kill for a career as good as Van Cliburn's. he was more than just a classical pianist, more than an apolitical poli more »
Posted 01/15/2013 07:06:17 EST
The red line is awful, with delays a constant issue, breakdowns common, tiny seats and cars packed solid with people. You can constantly hear noises that indicate these cars are very close to falling more »
Posted 12/01/2012 11:47:52 EST
As far as meeting with the Senator-elect, no Cherokees need apply.
Posted 10/31/2012 08:41:32 EDT
If there's no debate, then there's plenty of time for Liz to meet with the Cherokees, who've been wanting to talk to her. Maybe they could have a nice luncheon?
Posted 10/12/2012 10:02:23 EDT
It's about time. How can anything from 1962 still be considered classified or top secret? That's like saying that Meade's battle plans at Gettysburg are classified. It's time to open these vaults to more »
Posted 04/04/2012 10:54:34 EDT
Got on at Quincy Adams after half hour wait. Should have known something was up. SIt in the train for 20 minutes right outside station. There was an announcement after 20 minutes, but it was indeciphe more »
Posted 01/27/2012 04:31:48 EST
What posh! "Compared to her peers?" What other "conservancy" pays their five top people over six figure salaries to manage a couple of acres? "Rely on philanthropic donations?" Only to pay these amazi more »
Posted 12/23/2011 09:20:20 EST
The Boston Globe's Chad Finn, while he's willing to write a risky article, is simply not accurately assessing the love Boston has for these two announcers, and should be let go from the Boston Globe a more »
Posted 08/07/2011 10:34:37 EDT
Pragmatic American: I'm sorry, but I didn't make my position clear. What I meant to say was that there was no surrender offer that included only the retention of the Emperor *prior to the atomic bombi more »
Posted 08/07/2011 03:24:18 EDT
The comment that Japan had offered surrender conditionally upon the retention of the Emperor is simply untrue, in fact, it's nonsense. Japan had made no formal, nor even informal offers of surrender, more »
Posted 08/06/2011 10:15:06 EDT
One needs to go right to who made the decision to surrender: it was Emperor Hirohito himself whose decision survived a coup to stop the surrender from going through. The timing is the hint to the trut more »
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