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Comment on: j - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 03/19/2014 12:38:58 EDT
Hello Mr. Weytown, three quick points. First, you're mischaracterizing the community's demands. The community is not demanding a park. It's demanding to be included in the discussion of what should h more »
Posted 03/18/2014 12:54:19 EDT
Mr. FatTony, Thanks for your perspective. One major flaw in the process so far is that while the community has offered plenty of input, that input has been explicitly ignored by the "deciders." DCAMM more »
Comment on: Little agreement over the fate of East Cambridgeâs hideous tower - Business - The Boston Globe
Posted 03/13/2014 12:13:53 EDT
Folks, the comment above is a good example of the kind of misinformation going around about this project. While it is true that there are other high-rise buildings in other areas of the City some dist more »
Posted 03/13/2014 07:39:21 EDT
Citizens, please see the NAEC website http://40thorndike.org to learn about the broken process that led to this building, see background materials, and read letter after impassioned letter from Cambri more »
Comment on: Obama wins an ugly victory - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 11/07/2012 08:38:20 EST
Oh, please. Before you publish future columns, why don't you think for one minute about whether you would feel the same way if the parties were swapped. Had Romney won, would you really be writing abo more »
Comment on: Anant Agarwal believes an online education from MIT and Harvard should be available to all - - Boston.com
Posted 07/15/2012 06:49:20 EDT
The MIT campus in its "summer slumber"? Wrong... the place
is busier during the summer than during the teaching terms.
Comment on: State should explore new floating bridge - Letters - The Boston Globe
Posted 05/19/2012 09:55:55 EDT
A floating bridge wouldn't really help, since the bottleneck isn't the width of the bridge; it is the capacity of the fixed approach roads on either side. Suppose you could float a 6-lane bridge next more »
Comment on: A Boston-Cape Cod train would ease traffic woes - Editorials - The Boston Globe
Posted 05/19/2012 09:47:22 EDT
Yes! Bring the train back. A couple of runs daily from Boston
to Hyannis could only help.
Comment on: Woman charged with robbing bank in Boston and then handing out cash to children - Boston.com
Posted 12/29/2011 08:21:50 EST
Why punish the cab driver by confiscating his $20 fare? That seems unreasonable. more »
Comment on: Melrose High athletes disciplined after school receives drinking photos - Melrose - Your Town - Boston.com
Posted 05/06/2011 04:01:06 EDT
This is absurd. Who among us didn't do this in high school? How do photos establish illegality anyway? They could have been drinking lemonade and smoking clove cigarettes. A quiet phone call to the pa more »
Comment on: 'Women professors find gains at MIT'
Posted 03/21/2011 08:56:56 EDT
Commenters rogersmithiii and ImmoralCompasss above miss the point. Bias, either overt or unconscious, hinders women at every step from search to hiring to involvement in decision-making to promotion. more »
Comment on: Women%20allegedly%20used%20stroller%20for%20shoplifting
Posted 02/07/2011 03:28:01 EST
"After purchasing a pair of socks, Bettencourt said, Kohl's loss prevention officials stopped the two women..."I'm confused; why did the Kohl's officials purchase socksbefore stopping the women? more »
Comment on: 'Police make arrest in Chelsea hit and run'
Posted 01/27/2011 04:22:47 EST
Have to agree with stevetimm on this one. Writing "The driver of the vehicle that struck him then allegedly fled the scene" is just stupid. It's an established fact that when the police arrived, the g more »
Comment on: 'Aide reportedly challenged professor’
Posted 08/20/2010 02:48:42 EDT
In response to Rollone's comment: yes, having a human code the videos seems unavoidably subjective. Two possibilities: have a human do it, but make sure that s/he does not know the hypothesis being te more »
Comment on: 'State’
Posted 03/20/2010 09:01:49 EDT
This is completely insane. Racing from landmark to landmark while a cop follows, noting violations? What happens when one of them hits a pedestrian? Boston Police and DAs, are you listening? These TV more »
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