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Posted 11/01/2014 12:06:06 EDT
So, hello Gov. Baker. Not good for Democrats or independents - good for the 1%. Charlie without a tie is still a schill for them.
Posted 10/29/2014 04:41:09 EDT
Baker was on Jim and Margery's WGBH show this morning and explicitly said the incident happened last Saturday.
Posted 09/14/2014 11:55:08 EDT
I think this goes back to the O line. Brady needs a lot of time to read the field and set up a pass. In the glory days, the O line gave him what time he needed. He has not had the luxury the past few more »
Posted 09/14/2014 11:50:54 EDT
I'm not going to lose sleep, but I have some questions about this column: first off, what on earth does TB's handsomeness, mansion, and spouse have to do with anything? Did you think there were Pats f more »
Posted 08/05/2014 11:00:16 EDT
I don't know about patronage per se, but waste at the state level is a real thing. I'd like to see the Globe or another investigative team compare the growth in administrative employees vs. hiring lev more »
Posted 08/05/2014 10:54:40 EDT
I couldn't agree more. I'd like to see the Globe do a spotlight series on the administrative bloat - deans, associate deans, assistant associate deans - that took place while state support plummeted i more »
Posted 08/03/2014 11:18:44 EDT
Did Miss Conduct actually recommend lying to the widow? I think she was spot on by pointing out that the OP had a tenuous connection to the widow, and was worrying too much about not sending a note ea more »
Posted 08/02/2014 10:40:40 EDT
The amount of produce the author describes is very much in line with what I had to deal with in a CSA, even as 1/2 of a small share. For a small household, a bunch of bok choy or chard goes a long way more »
Posted 05/18/2014 11:33:19 EDT
I enjoyed it, as I do most of her columns. It showed imagination and creativity. If it's not to your taste, oh well. And JQ, any time I view the comments on any story in the Globe, I can be sure of se more »
Posted 04/27/2014 10:59:56 EDT
Amputees will have to replace their expensive prostheses every 3-5 years for the rest of their lives (according to recent Globe and NYT stories). I don't see the need going away. I agree with Chrissie more »
Posted 04/26/2014 11:38:13 EDT
Cafardo, in particular, deserves to be called out for his Ellsbury Derangement Syndrome. Still shopping the fragile, oft-injured, won't rehab with the team nonsense years after the fact. I doubt that more »
Posted 03/29/2014 11:16:37 EDT
That's what I can't get past. Those slow games, in late innings, when he and Don start giggling like 11-year-olds at a sleepover . . . it was amusing once, but it won't be the same now.
Posted 03/22/2014 02:19:43 EDT
Posted 03/22/2014 11:32:24 EDT
Loved Eileen McNamara's column on the WBUR site, where she said NH folks wear their barn coats to actual barns, and drive their pickup trucks to actual job sites.
Posted 03/22/2014 11:08:50 EDT
I would have liked a bit less of the yes-it-is/no-it-isn't in this article, and a bit more research to inform the reader. What are the tell-tale differences between a canine track and a feline one? Ho more »
Posted 02/02/2014 12:36:05 EST
Shouldn't advertising be clearly labeled?
Posted 01/04/2014 12:03:16 EST
Yes, Mr. Harmon would have done well to approach this topic with a healthy skepticism. As others have noted, it's important to note whether these charter schools are required to serve special ed and E more »
Posted 11/20/2013 05:11:45 EST
Agree about Lydon's self-regard and on fandom for Robin Young. Sorry, Robin, I cheat occasionally, too. Then I get annoyed with Braude for stepping on everyone else (how many outlets does that guy get more »
Posted 11/20/2013 10:37:49 EST
"Audiences whose idea of comedians taking shots at the president . . "
Posted 11/14/2013 01:07:34 EST
I really, really wish Nick could get through one column without taking a swipe at Ellsbury for being injured. Come on, a teammate crashed into him and he suffered broken ribs, which notoriously take a more »
Posted 09/08/2013 11:32:20 EDT
I agree with Miss Conduct's observation that younger folks don't notice or care about the difference between early 50s and mid 60s. Th OP needs to adjust her expectations and not take these incidents more »
Posted 09/08/2013 11:18:44 EDT
Sure took a long time to get to the point: tuition went up because state funding went way, way down. State funding goes up, tuition freeze. And yes, many colleges would do well to discern how many lay more »
Posted 08/11/2013 10:47:33 EDT
Undersized; unknown; scrappy work ethic . . . sounds a lot like Pedroia in 2007. In fact, this team made up largely of unknowns having a surprisingly successful season also sounds a lot like 2007. Gre more »
Posted 08/11/2013 10:32:35 EDT
Who said anything about best friends?
Posted 08/11/2013 10:26:56 EDT
". . . the Republican Party professionals base their campaigns on the worst in people rather than the best, they lead voters down into the muck rather than treat them as intelligent, discerning adults more »
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