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Comment on: BOOK REVIEW: âTrigger Warningâ by Neil Gaiman - Arts - The Boston GlobeBOOK REVIEW: âTrigger Warningâ by Neil Gaiman - Arts - The Boston Globe
Posted 03/27/2015 04:56:11 EDT
"Ganked"? "fanta-sophical playfulness"? Come on Globe, do better. Michael Andor Brodeur's commentary is unfailingly annoying. Even in a mostly okay piece like this there's always something that jars.
Comment on: Stuck in âFunkytownâ - Music - The Boston GlobeStuck in âFunkytownâ - Music - The Boston Globe
Posted 03/20/2015 11:10:25 EDT
You sexy thing.
Posted 03/20/2015 11:08:26 EDT
Omg Ty Burr - so funny! I have a few, the worst of which is probably the part of Cheap Trick's "Clock Strikes Ten" that goes "gonna get down gonna get on down, gonna get down gonna get on down, gonna more »
Comment on: Somerville sets a vision of where it wants to go - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 04/08/2014 10:05:45 EDT
We already have Davis Sq, no need to turn Union into Davis, part 2. (And FYI, that rock climbing place is located about 1/2 mile outside of Union Sq.)
Comment on: On the way to catastrophe,trailing a life of wrong turns - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 02/24/2014 05:40:06 EST
Neither. It's a feature. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Feature_story
Comment on: A bag of books for your summer vacation - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 07/25/2013 11:37:48 EDT
jme36 is right. Don't let one bad pun put you off Robertson Davies. All of his novels are wonderful. The Marchbanks stuff doesn't interest me much, but to each his own.
Comment on: NFL should take cue from high schools, set rules for its players - Letters - The Boston Globe
Posted 07/03/2013 01:43:18 EDT
Spelling out the "do not murder anyone" expectation will certainly save some lives.
Comment on: Terrorism is never justified - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 05/15/2013 04:59:58 EDT
JJ says: "In the abstract, of course, there is nothing wrong with thoughtful self-criticism. For both individuals and societies, it is a mark of health to be able to look inward and acknowledge fault; more »
Comment on: We acquiesce to diversity at our own peril - Letters - The Boston Globe
Posted 05/10/2013 02:42:56 EDT
"I respect the right of those who voice differing opinions" "however, because there are so many out there who have a painfully erroneous perception of what America is or should be" does not compute FY more »
Comment on: Why I bike without a helmet - Magazine - The Boston Globe
Posted 10/22/2012 08:18:55 EDT
The byline should read Nick Olender is a future Darwin Award winner.
Comment on: Cavalier take on free-roaming felines is irresponsible - Letters - The Boston Globe
Posted 05/17/2012 01:40:08 EDT
Pet cats routinely get shots for rabies, feline leukemia, etc. I disapprove of forcing cats to stay inside at all times. Any creature, human or feline, is safer if it never leaves the house. IMO, that more »
Comment on: Outdoors are no place for these animals - Letters - The Boston Globe
Posted 05/17/2012 01:32:22 EDT
Some cats can be content without going outside, others can't. Certainly cats are safer inside - I would also be safer if I never left the house, but that's not a life I'd care to live. Cats don't have more »
Comment on: Blind date between history buffs - Magazine - The Boston Globe
Posted 05/14/2012 02:43:09 EDT
George, I think you had a lucky escape here. You can do way better. more »
Comment on: A bystander to the debate over health care - Letters - The Boston Globe
Posted 04/25/2012 09:03:56 EDT
You might spare a thought for people beyond your immediate family circle. You might spare a thought for what's best system for people who can't afford health care under the present system. You may be more »
Comment on: The place where the masses mix - Opinion - The Boston Globe
Posted 04/01/2012 03:42:26 EDT
Beautiful, Mr. Merullo. This mirrors my feelings exactly. more »
Comment on: Local theaters warming to tweeters who play by rules - Metro - The Boston Globe
Posted 12/29/2011 11:02:06 EST
The fact that these people are ruining the experience for fellow members of the audience is bad enough. Equally bad is the disrespect they show to the performers and to all of the other people involve more »
Comment on: A sinful âOccupationâ - Editorials - The Boston Globe
Posted 11/02/2011 09:31:19 EDT
Wow, Jeff Jacoby must be in the running for last person on earth to "get" what the Occupy protests are about. more »
Comment on: 'People voice frustration, stress with debt-ceiling deadlock'
Posted 07/30/2011 09:30:04 EDT
I really don't understand the disgust with BOTH parties being unwilling to compromise when that is so clearly not the case. Dems have compromised repeatedly - I mean, again and again and again - to th more »
Comment on: 'Despite widespread love of life in Somerville, schools divide parents'
Posted 05/05/2011 11:44:50 EDT
"âThereâs no certain, right answer for everyone,ââ said Alix van Geel" This is 100% correct. Lots of people seem eager to get their kids into Prospect Hill, but it wasn't a good fit for our my more »
Comment on: She speaks for many who are concerned over gay influence - The Boston Globe
Posted 05/04/2011 09:27:36 EDT
Soooo tired of ignorant homophobic bigots. more »
Comment on: 'The last chapter'
Posted 04/03/2011 09:49:01 EDT
"Reports of my death have been greatly exaggerated." - The Print Book more »
Comment on: Unionsâ plan on health costs offers way too little, too late - The Boston Globe
Posted 03/09/2011 12:48:07 EST
57-States, Nobody TAKES their salary, they earn it - that's what a salary IS. Public employees contribute their WORK, for which they are PAID, same as private sector employees. Nobody is just giving t more »
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Posted 04/15/2010 03:42:46 EDT
Wait - I've figured it out! Obviously the works attributed to "The Stratford Man" were really penned by a time-traveling jmaiewski. Ta da! more »
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