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Lurking in deepest darkest Dorchester and armed with a set of Hubway wheels.and a mean vegetation chili. Your libertarian conscience calling.
Posted 01/25/2015 08:09:14 EST
In no place but Boston, the curmudgeon of cities, would I expect to see such a response to this story. In Boston, unfortunately it's no surprise at all.
Posted 08/05/2014 04:22:10 EDT
As a cyclist who commutes to work daily in Boston, I'm just amazed. Courtesy is free, and can save lives. Like your own.
Posted 08/05/2014 04:21:33 EDT
Sorry, this is the most dysfunctional website I visit...meant to comment on another article!
Posted 08/05/2014 04:20:27 EDT
Posted 06/23/2014 04:42:56 EDT
It is too bad...In a business friendly state, there would be some attempt to attract LGBTQ tourism $$$ with this ranking. But the attitude in Massachusetts is that it might benefit some greedy good fo more »
Posted 05/27/2014 06:05:08 EDT
he media such as Bruce decides to publish both the father's and plumber's comments. Yes, he's not a plumber, I know. Maybe some of the distastefulness belongs to the media? They could have ignored the more »
Posted 05/27/2014 06:04:53 EDT
The media such as Bruce decides to publish both the father's and plumber's comments. Yes, he's not a plumber, I know. Maybe some of the distastefulness belongs to the media? They could have ignored th more »
Posted 05/27/2014 05:37:47 EDT
This is the NRA's fault...classy, politicizing the death of your child. more »
Posted 05/27/2014 05:36:34 EDT
It's not, it's another cheap attempt by media to pick up any stupid thing they can find to show that anyone who supports the second amendment is some kind of inhuman monster who'd just as soon eat chi more »
Posted 05/27/2014 05:31:01 EDT
Blaming the NRA was not picked up by anyone in the media as 'controversial' or a blatant attempt to politicize the death of one's own child...right? more »
Posted 05/27/2014 05:27:47 EDT
First, what an embarrassment to post an article containing incoherent sentences that trail off in multiple directions ...and dripping with thinly disguised editorializing...why not just have the hones more »
Posted 04/01/2014 06:51:36 EDT
Innocent until proven guilty...let's keep it that way. What is keeping her from going to the police? Is there some legal obstacle to a regular police investigation? Why not simply bypass the universit more »
Posted 03/23/2014 10:39:21 EDT
Though Democrats are imo at least an order of magnitude worse, crap like this inane bill shows the disgusting underbelly of the Republicans. I can not for the life of me fathom why someone in a party more »
Posted 03/11/2014 02:58:53 EDT
It must be if Harvard, in its infinite wisdom, has decreed it so.A mediocre idea flawlessly implemented is usually superior to a great idea poorly implemented...
Posted 03/08/2014 09:30:08 EST
I can attest that the streets have been better plowed (and salted, yes!) since January6 than in the preceding storms for at least the past two years. So whoever was stealing the salt - or salt budget more »
Posted 03/02/2014 03:08:54 EST
Yes the 'child' (btw she's a teen) would certainly not want anyone to know that the state agency, powerful hospital, and kangaroo court had conspired to have her locked up for a year at a psychiatric more »
Posted 03/02/2014 11:10:48 EST
Yes, the gag order raises so many questions, doesn't it? I commend the parents over and over for shining the spotlight of public attention on to their child's situation. Just as you aptly state, the more »
Posted 03/02/2014 11:06:27 EST
You know, I've had mixed experience with Children's. Good, nay great doctors in the actual medical departments...such as audiology, neurology, communication disorders, general pediatrics, orthopedics. more »
Posted 03/02/2014 10:47:40 EST
@truthbetold Yes, the gag order is one of the most absolutely sickening, nauseating aspects of this story...Of course the fact that a teen was incarcerated in a psychiatric facility for a year is the more »
Posted 03/02/2014 10:37:22 EST
You know, I'd say the parents...they spent a whopping amount more time with this teen than the doctors who saw her for the first time when she walked into their hospital... And consider that there are more »
Posted 03/02/2014 10:29:45 EST
Jim thanks for sharing this important observation. The fact is that because these over-reaching medical people were affiliated with a powerful institution - Boston Children's Hospital - their demands more »
Posted 02/11/2014 01:48:01 EST
All good questions...one thing I'd find interesting is how these cluster by schools. For example, what fraction of the students in Boston attend the three exam schools? I'd wager it's a very high perc more »
Posted 02/04/2014 06:21:45 EST
What kind of office products do they offer? BTW I love IBM. But it only overlaps with some segments of MSFT. MSFT is a company generating huge revenues and healthy profit across most segments. They ha more »
Posted 02/04/2014 06:16:44 EST
Or a little more, if you like to think for yourself...
Posted 01/31/2014 09:09:17 EST
In any case, clearing the decks for Rand Paul to chew up Hillary and ... her out is fine by me.
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