About Me: "I swear by my life and my love of it, that I will never live my life for another man nor ask him to live his life for me."
You can learn about me by reading Atlas Shrugged (http://www.amazon.com/Atlas-Shrugged-Ayn-Rand/dp/0451191145)
Posted 05/21/2014 08:10:05 EDT
I can think of probably 500 things that "scream Boston" before I'd get to NKOTB. Maybe 1000. Maybe 10,000. I knew of no one -- literally not a single soul -- who would make such a claim at the time, o more »
Posted 05/07/2014 06:37:06 EDT
This is the most juvenile, biased, immature "reporting" I've ever seen in a newspaper. Good grief, no wonder the papers are going out of business! The way this is written, I'm surprised it didn't have more »
Posted 11/25/2013 03:58:57 EST
It's actually not a small point at all. First of all, as you said, you can't defer in OT. Secondly, I keep seeing other stories saying that Belichick elected to kick. He most certainly did not elect more »
Posted 11/25/2013 03:47:46 EST
re "To start overtime, Bill Belichick instructed his captains to defer" No he didn't. You can't defer an overtime coin toss. He instructed them to choose to defend the south goal. The captain of the more »
Posted 11/25/2013 03:18:22 EST
The questioner got it wrong. The Patriots didn't elect to kick. They elected to defend the south goal. After they made their decision, the Broncos then had the choice of receiving or kicking.
Posted 11/13/2013 01:25:47 EST
Unbelievable. First of all, so what? Secondly, so what? And thirdly, so what?
Posted 10/16/2013 01:14:39 EDT
Re: "Lackey was light's out..."
Light is out?
Light has out?
The out is possessed by the light?
* lights out
Posted 09/20/2013 10:47:30 EDT
The players "dawned" their t-shirts? Are you kidding me? No wonder the Globe is going bankrupt. The players DONNED their t-shirts.
Posted 09/06/2013 04:07:35 EDT
It took them 30 minutes to find him? So... if he was carrying an explosive device, they gave him 30 minutes to detonate it? And even though he wasn't -- and from what's written in the story here, he more »
Posted 07/22/2013 03:35:02 EDT
That's just simply not true. His defense was that he acted in self-defense. He didn't follow and shoot someone. He followed someone that he, as a neighborhood watch volunteer - thought was acting susp more »
Posted 07/22/2013 03:28:20 EDT
I have never been suspended from school for vandalizing the property with graffiti. I have never been suspended from school a second time for possessing burglary instruments and stolen jewelry. I do n more »
Posted 07/12/2013 02:08:01 EDT
And with Chuck Rainey on the same staff, the weather in the Sox bullpen could be both Clear and Rainey at the same time.
Posted 04/25/2013 06:42:28 EDT
re "Whenever anyone visits another culture, it is respectful to learn basic customs such as greetings." So, the next time the president of South Korea visits the United States, we can expect him to pu more »
Posted 12/20/2012 02:02:15 EST
I'm horribly offended at the rampant misspelling of "JC Penny" [sic]. I'm organizing One Million People With Fourth Grade Spelling Skills to boycott the Boston Globe.
Posted 11/18/2012 10:10:52 EST
"We played overall complimentary football game"
So the football game said nice things to everyone? Or was the football game free?
Or did you really mean "complementary"?
Posted 11/17/2012 12:11:14 EST
The two things are not and never have been mutually exclusive. Those who laid *their lives down for their beliefs (other than Nazis and Confederates, of course), dignity and property were always, and more »
Posted 11/17/2012 12:05:49 EST
My SATs were a cumulative 1540 out of the 1600 possible (in 1978). Good enough for two full boat scholarships to two of the finest colleges in the land. Thanks for asking. It's been a while since I more »
Posted 11/17/2012 12:04:20 EST
The conservative side always argues facts and figures. The liberal side always responds with name-calling and childish remarks. Remarkable.
Posted 11/17/2012 12:02:50 EST
Sorry, I meant that the deficit of $5T was over the past 4 years, not just 2011. That $5T (of which the 2011 debt was something like $1.1T) drove the debt up to between $15T and $16T. It wasn't tha more »
Posted 11/16/2012 05:51:41 EST
This is a stark reminder of the difference between academic economics and real-world actuality. If academic economics were correct, the entire world would have been one gigantic communist "village", c more »
Posted 11/16/2012 05:30:04 EST
So, 55% of the budget (Hey, I thought there WASN'T a budget?) is spent on things that the Federal Government is not Constitutionally allowed to spend money on? (I'll spare you the Google time: the an more »
Posted 11/16/2012 05:28:16 EST
* FIVE trillion dollar plus budget deficit.
Posted 11/16/2012 05:27:50 EST
Oh yeah. I almost forgot. The top 1% of income earners already pay approximately 40% of all income taxes in the U.S. They are already covering everyone's butts. When I was a kid (1960s to 1970s), a more »
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