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Posted 05/15/2015 09:14:04 EDT
Oscarjr you are the fool. Life is too short to take on a job just for the money, knowing that the approvals are not in place.
Posted 05/15/2015 05:48:52 EDT
It seems to me that the homeowners have received poor advice from the people they have hired. The architect is at risk for subverting the normal calculation procedureâ¦.and then changing the roof sha more »
Posted 03/11/2015 06:56:44 EDT
Shaughnessy spends an entire column bashing the Pats for acting like they're smarter than everyone else while acting like he's smarter than all of us. Tired. more »
Posted 10/10/2014 06:51:52 EDT
What a good man and tremendous leader of the diocese. more »
Posted 08/26/2014 09:09:08 EDT
Worst. Board. Ever. more »
Posted 12/20/2013 06:50:50 EST
So would the Episcopal Church.
Using the Bible to defend these archaic positions is juvenile thinking.
Posted 09/23/2013 12:36:17 EDT
If it turns out that the driver was texting or reading an email, than this should not be described as an "accident". When you are driving while operating a phone you are negligent and the term "murder more »
Posted 05/08/2013 07:02:13 EDT
Putting aside, for a moment, the question of morality, there is a larger concern with the death penalty: wrongful convictions. Too many innocent people have been put on death row based on faulty eye more »
Posted 03/13/2013 08:24:55 EDT
I never fail to be amused by the ill-informed and just plain stupid commentors on the Globe and Boston.com sites. You can say one thing: lack of knowledge or understanding doesn't prevent them from p more »
Posted 01/13/2013 09:11:16 EST
Private colleges should lose their non-profit status. Like shown here, they exploit the system for personal gain while raising tuition at double (or more) the rate of inflation. What is the justifica more »
Posted 10/24/2012 06:31:32 EDT
Why do you dignify this racist act by reporting it? You're doing what Trump wants. He's proven himself to be a completely dishonorable fool who cares not the slightest for the truth.
Posted 07/11/2012 06:50:38 EDT
Hiring your uncle as president, what could go wrong? more »
Posted 01/18/2011 07:13:33 EST
Shaughnessy's is so tiresome and predictable. His job is to be on the edge, in order to anger sports fans, to drive up readership (or page counts). Was that game frustrating to watch? Yes. Sould they more »
Posted 08/04/2010 04:39:15 EDT
Thank you! Listening to Mike and Mike (I know, I know) tell me that Favre is the greatest quarterback of all time is more than I can take. Few QBs have coughed up as many important games as Favre. more »
Posted 08/01/2010 07:48:59 EDT
I'm a contractor in favor of the Stretch Code. I do not believe that it will add as much to the cost as some claim, but EVEN IF IT DID, it makes sense. As several people suggest above, that's a small more »
Posted 07/20/2010 04:30:26 EDT
As a wise man once wrote: Bra-freaking-vo! more »
Posted 07/17/2010 02:11:13 EDT
I have a vague memory of seeing Boog Powell hit a triple in Fenway when I was a kid. Quite a feat for the big man considering that a quick check on baseball-reference.com shows that he only had 11 tri more »
Posted 06/18/2010 01:17:06 EDT
Well said mark2008 more »
Posted 05/30/2010 01:51:13 EDT
dooblekeebler I believe that you are confusing different types of liability. An architect's liability insurance covers errors and omissions for designing a project. It typically does not cover problem more »
Posted 05/28/2010 05:29:00 EDT
"... the Cambridge architect, has even turned into a contractor of sorts, finding electricians, plumbers, and carpenters to bring his designs to life instead of having his clients hire a separate cont more »
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