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Comment on: City Councilor Josh Zakim calls for citywide vote on Olympics
Posted 02/03/2015 07:11:48 EST
There must be a state wide vote.
Comment on: Timing may be right for Bostonâs Olympic bid
Posted 01/11/2015 01:14:27 EST
Good point. Let's vote.
Comment on: Dorchester sculptor Joe Wheelwright wants to carve a new man in the mountain - Theater & art - The Boston Globe
Posted 01/04/2014 11:09:03 EST
Unlike Christo (I hope that is spelled right), whose work complimented the landscape without destroying it, this work ruin a natural beauty that needs no enhancement. It is just a bad idea.
Posted 01/04/2014 07:42:57 EST
Bad idea. Leave the mountains alone.
Comment on: Senate leaders close to deal to open government, avert default - Nation - The Boston Globe
Posted 10/15/2013 07:20:58 EDT
We also have quite a few elderly Americans dying everyday and so we're adding 10k new participants everyday. Like all problems, things are not so simple. The bigger and perhaps biggest problem and more »
Comment on: Westfield State trustees missed warning signs before and after they hired Evan Dobelle - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 10/14/2013 07:27:32 EDT
Well said. There is a good book called "Money for Nothing" that addresses no nothing boards. Boards must be accountable for them to function. Without accountability, Boards are often just rubber st more »
Comment on: Red Sox Schillingâs household items up for sale - Business - The Boston Globe
Posted 10/08/2013 07:52:25 EDT
Someone paid $92k for a "fake bloodly sock"? Wow. Hasn't it been known for years the real sock was thrown out? Suckers born everyday.
Comment on: Pit bull adoptions increase as suburbanites consider a dog they previously ignored - Style - The Boston Globe
Posted 10/07/2013 07:39:33 EDT
Pit bulls were bred to bite onto the noses of bulls (that's how they got the name) and not let go and this trait is in every Pit Bull. They can be the "nicest puppy" you met until they go into attack more »
Comment on: Removal of Veazie Dam on Maineâs Penobscot River starts, creating easier pathway for salmon - Boston.com
Posted 07/23/2013 05:52:40 EDT
Those are not bulldozers. They are excavtors. A little fact checking would help.
Comment on: Bostonians and tourists lament the loss of national airtime for the fireworks - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 06/17/2013 04:53:41 EDT
Maybe now they'll start the show at a reasonable time.
Comment on: Marissa Mayer is insulting our intelligence - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 03/03/2013 06:52:01 EST
There are some issues involved here the writer overlooked. These are: 1) the issue of telecommuting is not limited to working mothers and some reports indicate that telecommuting has been abused at Ya more »
Comment on: Snow rangers save three hikers in White Mountain Forest who slid 800 feet during avalanche - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 01/19/2013 07:30:51 EST
I was at Pinkham the day this happened and what was not reported was conditions were awful Thursday morning. Very cloudy, high winds and the temp at the summit was -23 with windchills at -100. The clo more »
Comment on: 'Shark sighted off two more beaches'
Posted 09/01/2011 06:57:51 EDT
We all need to consider that as soon as you go into the ocean, you are entering the wilderness and that always requires caution. It is their domain and no-one should be surprised that sharks and other more »
Comment on: 'Tea Party sounds a needed alarm'
Posted 08/14/2011 08:18:16 EDT
The issue is not a "spending problem" as too many people like to say. The issue is a "budget problem" and has to be solved by looking at revenue and spending together and not separately. The right has more »
Comment on: Big Digâs ongoing collapse of credibility - The Boston Globe
Posted 08/14/2011 08:10:53 EDT
I try to avoid all the tunnels and I know others who do the same. The question is: is the state working on a plan on what to do once the tunnels are closed? more »
Comment on: 'A president with migraines? Ask Thomas Jefferson'
Posted 07/24/2011 06:12:36 EDT
Comparing the presidency today to that of 1800 is foolish. The pace then was much slower versus the 24/7 world we live in today. If Jefferson got ill and took a few days off who knew and who cared? Co more »
Comment on: 'Maine governor denies refusing to aid Portland over a lack of support'
Posted 07/22/2011 06:28:54 EDT
Yikes! Get your facts right. He won the election and beat two contenders with 39% of the vote. Cutler got about 38.5% and the dem got less. Horrible reporting. more »
Comment on: 'Winthrop man faces eighth drunken driving case'
Posted 07/15/2011 05:35:58 EDT
Life. more »
Comment on: 'Hundreds stranded below in another T breakdown'
Posted 07/13/2011 05:22:26 EDT
I was lucky. I was stuck at Alewife waiting for a train to leave and that was bad enough. The T worker who came by a few times had no information, could not tell us if there would be buses and just ke more »
Comment on: 'Afghans say US firms cheat them'
Posted 07/10/2011 06:34:12 EDT
The more things change the more they stay the same. This could have been a story about Civil War defense contractors who cheated the government just to get rich. It never changes. The lesson is that t more »
Comment on: 'How about a Brown-Coakley rematch?'
Posted 06/11/2011 05:39:18 EDT
Coakly ran an awful campaign and there is no reason to think she can do better. You could not find so much as a campaign sign anywhere in Cambridge or anywhere around here. She took her win for grante more »
Comment on: 'Wedding is a royal pain'
Posted 04/24/2011 06:21:25 EDT
It is too much and kind of a joke when you think about it. There seems to be all this hype about Will and Kate being a young King and Queen. But, the Queen will likely live another 20 years and then C more »
Comment on: Losing a party's soul in budget fight - The Boston Globe
Posted 04/07/2011 06:11:39 EDT
The right is trying to build a bridge back to the nineteeth century and it must be stopped. That was a time that was great for rich people only. The middle class was small and struggled to be there an more »
Comment on: Revisionist art history - The Boston Globe
Posted 04/02/2011 06:22:42 EDT
LePage is a buffoon who was just taken to the woodshed by his own party. There will an open letter in Maine papers Monday by State Senate Republicans dressing him down. He has no real ideas and is jus more »
Comment on: 'Museum of World War II shares soldiers’
Posted 03/27/2011 04:51:42 EDT
While its big trip, I visited several of these museums in Normandy and if you can do it, it's worth the effort. Most of the items are every day items soldiers used, but it gives you a very good idea o more »
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