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Comment on: Mo. congressman defies GOP leaders to stay in race - News - Boston.com
Posted 08/21/2012 05:33:53 EDT
I have no problem with folks who believe that all human life, even when its creation depends on a horrible act, is sacred. I am willing to listen to arguments when people explain why they think human more »
Comment on: Weston debates bow-hunting to cull deer population - Weston - Your Town - Boston.com
Posted 05/24/2012 12:44:02 EDT
One part of bow hunting is following the animal as it dies. Will hunters be allowed to go onto private land to collect the deer they shoot on conservation land? I don't think shooting people would be more »
Comment on: 'At the end of the day, it’
Posted 05/09/2012 12:09:42 EDT
I think the parents can't set limits because they don't agree amongst themselves what the limit should be. Answer set the rules away from the table and away from the kids and stick with them. My kids more »
Comment on: Kids%20who%20snore%20more%20likely%20to%20have%20behavioral%20problems%3A%20advice%20for%20parents%20
Posted 03/06/2012 11:58:28 EST
Interesting. I wonder about the role of dreaming in this. When my son was younger he was more than a handful, and he was a very loud snorer. Despite this he seemed to be a sound sleeper, and I learned more »
Comment on: 'Special needs preschoolers on rise in city'
Posted 02/26/2012 02:35:11 EST
Spending money getting services for preschoolers is well worth it. The schools will need to teach these children for 13 years, or more, after they complete preschool. It makes sense to reduce the cost more »
Comment on: Is Day Care Worth It? - 24 Hour Workday - Boston.com
Posted 10/04/2011 06:08:57 EDT
Just another voice pointing out that you need to look at day care costs over the life of the child not just the cost in a given year. And also be aware that not all children are happy in a room with a more »
Comment on: 'MCAS scores improve
Posted 09/25/2011 12:55:46 EDT
What I have found is that kids who are poor enough to be on free lunch usually have a lot of instability in their living situation. Home is not constant or comforting, and the children end out shiftin more »
Comment on: 'Massachusetts pools often stay open after failed tests'
Posted 09/11/2011 08:53:37 EDT
There is always huge pressure to keep pools open when they are unsafe. This is true at private clubs as well as public pools. The local pool manager needs to be given the authority to close the pool u more »
Comment on: 'Battered by nationwide criticism, why is Wellesley standing by its religion curriculum?'
Posted 08/29/2011 10:15:35 EDT
Just to be clear most years the students visit a Catholic Church, a Mosque, and a Jewish Temple. There are often scheduling issues, they have on occasion gone to other temples as well. Many religions more »
Comment on: Wellesley%20selectmen%20weigh%20liquor%20licenses%20for%20smaller%20restaurants
Posted 08/23/2011 07:45:33 EDT
This could really help the area. Right now, if you don't want to carry your own you need to go to one of the larger places. I don't think we have to worry that it will make Wellesley Square interestin more »
Comment on: 'Stocks now down for year as economic concerns grow'
Posted 08/02/2011 05:20:12 EDT
No kidding June spending is down. Funny I didn't feel like spending money when I knew that a small group of people was threatening to tank the economy by defaulting on debts, unless we chose to let th more »
Comment on: 'Mass. texting ban requires education, enforcement'
Posted 07/30/2011 05:36:25 EDT
Watched a driver sit through almost the whole left turn signal due to texting, only to turn quickly in front of me as the light changed. I am pretty sure he thinks he is fine texting at red lights, I more »
Comment on: 'Ranks of hungry children swell, worrying doctors'
Posted 07/28/2011 08:55:49 EDT
This is about feeding children. I want them fed and I don't care if their parents are the most undeserving and hateful people on the planet. The kids still need food. You cannot choose your parents an more »
Comment on: 'Failure rate for science MCAS rises
Posted 07/26/2011 12:40:17 EDT
When the article quotes one of the students as saying "Everybody is not good with standardized testing. But Iâm going to do whatever it takes to pass it.ââ, the student has the right idea but th more »
Comment on: 'Use of antidepressants during pregnancy is questioned'
Posted 07/25/2011 11:14:35 EDT
There are many good treatment options for depression that are not antidepressants. It would probably be well worth increasing the amount of mental health care available to soon to be new parents and n more »
Comment on: Ask students about their past - The Boston Globe
Posted 07/07/2011 12:39:30 EDT
Guns were pretty common when I was growing up, but I think we all knew we could not take them to school with us. Of course when my mom was a kid in Montana the boys would put their guns in the gun rac more »
Comment on: 'Poor often don’
Posted 07/06/2011 09:49:29 EDT
There have also been at least 2 studies in the last year that show with evidence, not surveys, that banks don't work for the working poor and that cash checking services (not payday loans) are valuabl more »
Comment on: At state pool, a horrible death and many lingering questions - The Boston Globe
Posted 07/02/2011 06:21:02 EDT
I take issue with "There is no evidence that inspections alone could have prevented Josephâs death;" Marie would be alive if the pool water was clear, as it is in well run pools. Many cities and sta more »
Posted 06/28/2011 12:44:38 EDT
Great, now the teachers have even more reason to concentrate on the students who will have trouble with MCAS and ignore my daughter who does them easily. more »
Comment on: 'Mass. woman arrested for beaning boyfriend'
Posted 06/26/2011 12:46:37 EDT
I am annoyed that this man was assaulted with a baseball bat and it is called "beaning". The woman has issues that need to be addressed the same as they would be addressed if she were male. Hitting so more »
Comment on: 'Mass. lab student hurt in chemical beaker blast'
Posted 06/25/2011 10:27:05 EDT
Her behavior is 100% normal for a chemistry grad student. Explosions and fires happen. That is why they stress protective gear in chemistry labs. She just planned on taking care of it herself. more »
Comment on: 'Mass. finds new payment system not cutting health care costs'
Posted 06/23/2011 09:35:28 EDT
Is calling Martha Coakley "Marsha" just a special way of being disrespectful or is it because you either have somehow converted the "t" to an "s" while reading, or failed to listen. Also, MA healthcar more »
Comment on: '$10m in special education funds diverted, inspector general says'
Posted 06/22/2011 06:34:40 EDT
end all "special education" funding now!! Its a joke that "special" students need special teachers anyway. Why should my tax dollars go to pay some underqualified person a higher sallary to babby sit more »
Comment on: Three injured when car crashes into Rite Aid drug store in Melrose, officials say
Posted 06/21/2011 05:38:07 EDT
We need to come up with a better way to keep folks from getting the break and the gas pedal confused. It has never happened to me but it be interesting to know if anyone has ever thought up a better d more »
Comment on: 'Unnecessary CT scans increase radiation concerns'
Posted 06/19/2011 07:36:13 EDT
Are patients ever going to be given information about double scan rates so that they can use it to help evaluate hospitals when they are making choices about care? more »
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