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Comment on: Nebraska toddler found inside bowling alley claw machine
Posted 04/16/2014 10:20:14 EDT
How did he get in?My other thought is how could the mother "wound" charges? Charges are not something that can bleed.
Comment on: Embattled head of American Academy of Arts and Sciences resigns after questions about resume - Boston.com
Posted 07/26/2013 09:27:48 EDT
If most of us lied about our credentials to get a job, we would be booted out without payments or insurance coverage or any of the other nonsense this fraud is getting. Berlowitz's actions have brough more »
Posted 07/26/2013 09:15:16 EDT
What I can't figure out is why they paid her any thing at all. If most of us lied on a job application we would be shown the door, period.
Comment on: Police call off alert for suspicious rental truck - Metro Desk - Local news updates from The Boston Globe
Posted 09/12/2011 12:47:53 EDT
What has happened to us in the last ten years? According to this article collecting for charity is a suspicious activity. In another, going to the bathroom is a suspicious activity. Perhaps it is time more »
Posted 09/12/2011 12:47:13 EDT
Comment on: An unnecessary police chase endangered innocent civilians - The Boston Globe
Posted 09/09/2011 12:13:03 EDT
guadete, Unless I missed something in the editorial, the writer isn't saying that Mullins should have been allowed to go free. He or she was questioning why the police seemingly violated policy in a w more »
Comment on: 'Battling children’
Posted 09/06/2011 03:50:16 EDT
I'm not sure how much of what I am going to say is causation and how much is corrollary but I do think there is a connection. One of the biggest cultural shifts in the way people in the United States more »
Comment on: 'Beacon Hill surrenders to casinos'
Posted 09/03/2011 12:05:41 EDT
Not only is this a failure of imagination on how to raise much needed revenue for the commonwealth, it is a failure of imagination on economic development as well. In the economicly depressed parts of more »
Comment on: Irene vs. the Tea Party - The Boston Globe
Posted 09/01/2011 11:26:50 EDT
Of course the GOP/Tea Party are going after disaster relief. They are drunk on an ideology that seems to be a mix of Ayn Rand, pre-Civil War views about states rights and the mythology of the rugged i more »
Comment on: 'Anti-religious diatribes come in many forms'
Posted 08/31/2011 12:28:21 EDT
It all depends on the type of Christian that determines my vote. What Perry and Bachmann are talking about is very far removed from and indeed antithetical to the ministry of Jesus, particularly the S more »
Comment on: Bring teachersâ pay into this century - The Boston Globe
Posted 08/31/2011 12:07:42 EDT
It isn't just the pay of teachers; it is also working conditions. I spent a year teaching in a high school just outside of Boston and here is why I left: Almost zero time to prepare or grade during th more »
Comment on: 'Fast-forward through life'
Posted 06/26/2011 06:36:21 EDT
accelerated more »
Posted 06/26/2011 06:35:18 EDT
While very clever, I keep hopiing that we could find a technology that allows us to slow down a little and live more like human beings rather than accerated adjuncts to our machines. more »
Comment on: The gap between giving and government - The Boston Globe
Posted 06/21/2011 12:58:33 EDT
The reality is that private charity does not, can not, solve our social problems alone. That is the point most people will miss as they turn this into a liberal good/bad;right good/bad issue here. I r more »
Comment on: 'Background checks needed on campus'
Posted 06/14/2011 05:54:46 EDT
Most, almost all, gun owners I have known have been remarkably reasonable about carry laws. They all have told me that there are places where people should NOT be allowed to carry--chief among such pl more »
Comment on: Self-control in childhood predicts future success - The Boston Globe
Posted 06/12/2011 07:51:44 EDT
The lack of self control and curiousity among young people is the result of nearly three decades of "return to basics" education rooted in the idea of usefulness. The return to basics has deadened lea more »
Comment on: A centristâs dream at Commerce - The Boston Globe
Posted 06/08/2011 06:42:44 EDT
Just for the record, cap and trade was created by the Reagan administration to deal with acid rain. A free market solution that solved an environmental problem. Given the rhetoric here Ronald Reagan w more »
Comment on: Shocking the economy - The Boston Globe
Posted 06/08/2011 01:00:44 EDT
Wow, what a misleading op-ed piece of work. First of all any acticle based exclusively on a report from the Cato institute is bound to be anti-government action of any sort. This is alleged think tank more »
Comment on: How kindness built civilization - The Boston Globe
Posted 06/05/2011 10:17:47 EDT
NevskyBaby wrote: Kindness didn't build anything. Human traits that lead to reproductive success - and that outcompete other traits (traits that produce more offspring, who in turn reproduce successfu more »
Comment on: 'GOP’
Posted 06/03/2011 03:39:48 EDT
Right wing hypocrites, being exactly who they are, will continue to confuse a statement of fact with an attack. How great to be a right winger (I reall can't call you conservatives) or a Republican an more »
Posted 06/03/2011 01:42:55 EDT
Mr. Lehigh makes a common mistake about the current so-called conservative movement as exemplified by the GOP/Tea Party: that they really have ideas. As far as I can tell there seems to be only three more »
Comment on: Clear a path for affordable trailer parks - The Boston Globe
Posted 05/28/2011 09:54:06 EDT
Xenophonic,I'm not sure you should be calling anyone petty. more »
Comment on: 'A lesson for Cornel West'
Posted 05/28/2011 09:18:32 EDT
"JohnR22 wrote: You have to understand that West is a member of the first generation of Civil Rights era blacks to be ensconced (via quotas) in ivy league "make work" departments (like ethnic studies) more »
Posted 05/28/2011 07:44:00 EDT
Prof West is a victim of the quest for "authenticity". It is an intellectual cul-de-sac which is essentially reductionist. It also not only narrows experience but also seeks out the extremes. In West' more »
Posted 05/28/2011 02:22:44 EDT
Mr. Harmon has really missed the big picture here. Once upon a time the way real estate agents figured out how much house you could afford by doubling your income then adding 10 percent. Sometime in t more »