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Comment on: Red Sox likely to add a player, but it's unlikely to be Tanaka - Extra Bases - Red Sox blog
Posted 01/21/2014 10:00:50 EST
Now that we lost Mr. Tanaka, do you think we have a chance at Mr. Fuji?
Watch out for the salt in your eyes...
Comment on: Massachusetts will lose 60,000 jobs if Congress enacts sequestration, report says - Boston.com
Posted 02/15/2013 01:35:54 EST
lindonderry - You are absolutley correct. It's not a matter of if this will happen, rather when this will happen. Let the politicians spend it all and ignore paying it back. At some point, no one will more »
Comment on: Writer David Pogue on hosting NOVA scienceNOW - Television - The Boston Globe
Posted 11/06/2012 06:39:23 EST
who-cares-1940, seriously. You take yourself too seriously! Pogue rocks! He brings an intelligent playfulness that makes science fun and attracts viewers. WGBH made a great choice for the host of NOVA more »
Comment on: AP-GfK poll: Raise taxes to save Social Security - Business - Boston.com
Posted 08/26/2012 08:47:09 EDT
ex-exec2 - the IOUs that Congress has written are payable by the US taxpayer, not Congress. The US taxpayer is the only one on the hook. more »
Comment on: Analysts project $1.1T federal deficit this year - Business - Boston.com
Posted 08/22/2012 12:09:16 EDT
Let the debt grow to the point where no one will loan the US any money. When it gets to that point, the US Congress will be forced to deal with it. The Dems can blame the Reps, and the Reps can blame more »
Comment on: Boston Real Estate Now - Boston.com#readerComm#readerComm
Posted 09/12/2011 01:10:59 EDT
KAEK, The word myriad is used correctly in this article. From the Oxford English dictionary: Usage Note: Throughout most of its history in English myriad was used as a noun, as in a myriad of men. In more »
Comment on: Whatâs a retiring teacherâs pension worth? - Rock The Schoolhouse's blog - Boston.com
Posted 03/24/2011 09:03:21 EDT
Sorry for the delay, I had to take a service call with a pretty upset customer and just got back. Looking through these comments, I guess I AM a rock/clown. (by the way, berkman24, you made me laugh i more »
Posted 03/24/2011 01:03:25 EDT
"teachers pay 95% of their own pension". 100% of that pension comes out of the taxpayer's pocket. Teacher do not generate any revenue; they are strictly an expense to taxpayers. I have not received AN more »