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  • Comment on: Red Sox should thank Dodgers for Webster - Touching All the Bases - Boston.com

    Posted 04/22/2013 10:34:26 EDT

    Didn't the Sox give up Adrian Gonzales, Crawford, & Beckett in that trade? To me, AG is a lot more valuable than Beckett.

  • Comment on: Video: Tim Thomas ends media Q&A when White House question comes up - bruins blog - Boston Globe hockey news

    Posted 04/09/2012 04:37:39 EDT

    Love it. Was a perfect response. Not a "I'm not going to talk about it". Simply a thanks for getting me out of this interview. No one cares about this anymore, media is just trying to make a story of more »

  • Comment on: 'In region, an added threat on gas prices'

    Posted 03/05/2012 11:56:18 EST

    Fact - Refining crude oil into gasoline on the East Coast is not profitable due to the high cost of crude oil and the low relative cost of gasoline on the East Coast (inland refiners use domestic crud more »

  • Comment on: Choosing between x and y

    Posted 12/07/2011 10:06:00 EST

    Step 1 - Break-up with your gf Step 2 - Figure out if ther is anything else besides sex that attracts you to your ex-flame, do you have common interests, do you run out of things to talk about often - more »

  • Comment on: Are his personal problems too overwhelming?

    Posted 07/28/2011 11:39:28 EDT

    And of course he treats you much better than your prior bf. Your prior bf had his stuff together and knew he was marketable if things didn't work out with you - he didn't need to treat you like gold b more »

  • Comment on: Are his personal problems too overwhelming?

    Posted 07/28/2011 11:34:29 EDT

    So having a bad drug problem isn't a deal breaker. Am I living in bizzaro world or something? Or are there that many addicts out there? more »

  • Comment on: He's apathetic at 29

    Posted 07/25/2011 05:13:36 EDT

    ItDoesntMatterWhatIThink wrote: Yeah, NRGUY, you probably want to stay away from her - but it doesn't have to be a "thing," the more you think about it, the more awkward it will probably be. Just shak more »

  • Comment on: He's apathetic at 29

    Posted 07/25/2011 05:11:25 EDT

    And the reason for me calling him a loser is because of this line "he will never love any job". Implying that even if it's being a bike tour guide, a musician, or a travel guide, he'd still hate it. A more »

  • Comment on: He's apathetic at 29

    Posted 07/25/2011 05:04:29 EDT

    patchett-pierce wrote: Just for context, here's a comment from nrguy earlier today, talking about "Rob": >>> nrguy wrote: Sounds like a loser to me. 7/25/2011 4:41 PM EDT Recommend (2) Report abuse Pe more »

  • Comment on: He's apathetic at 29

    Posted 07/25/2011 04:58:48 EDT

    ItDoesntMatterWhatIThink wrote: NRGUY, are you seeing anyone right now? 7/25/2011 4:25 PM EDT No, single and I don't have feelings for her anymore. The rejection hurt too much and unrequited love is n more »

  • Comment on: He's apathetic at 29

    Posted 07/25/2011 04:18:29 EDT

    I have a dilemna/ironic tale of my life that I need help with. Story- Was friends with a woman years back and I thought there was something more there, fell in love, yada yada yada. Confessed my love, more »

  • Comment on: He's apathetic at 29

    Posted 07/25/2011 10:40:30 EDT

    His attitude is all well and good if you don't want kids and are happy with the status quo. She wants more, he doesn't. Regardless of if you like Rob or don't like LW, they aren't compatible in their more »

  • Comment on: He's apathetic at 29

    Posted 07/25/2011 09:37:05 EDT

    Sounds like a loser to me. It's fine to have that mentality at 22 but at 29, that's a sign he isn't going to grow up. If in fact you really love him would you support him as a stay at home dad? If the more »

  • Comment on: His family won't accept me

    Posted 06/20/2011 09:57:57 EDT

    You're progressing through a relationship very quickly and you're offended that the mother is telling her son to be careful? She's being a mother, and a good one, that doesn't want to see her son rush more »

  • Comment on: He's pushing me away

    Posted 05/26/2011 11:29:43 EDT

    This guy is one of those guys that will say what he thinks you want to hear. You are attracted to him because you think he adore you when in reality, he's just playing you. more »

  • Comment on: Should we move in with my dad?

    Posted 04/25/2011 11:28:22 EDT

    I think it's really naive to think that Harry would just go along with living with your Dad. If you were hard up and couldn't afford a place - Ok. But that's not the case. If you live your father, he more »

  • Comment on: I rarely feel a special connection

    Posted 04/14/2011 12:31:08 EDT

    Eddie, seems like the only reason you are here is to stir the pot, call people out, and denegrate. Which seems completely contradict the "nice-guy" part. Some people don't understand being bi. Instead more »

  • Comment on: I rarely feel a special connection

    Posted 04/14/2011 10:48:08 EDT

    As I said, I think people experiment, are curious, and could enjoy sex with men or woman. But this woman is looking for a soul mate. I don't think people can find soul mates in both sexes but I maybe more »

  • Comment on: I rarely feel a special connection

    Posted 04/14/2011 09:25:46 EDT

    If you can't even decide if you want to be with a man or a woman, no wonder you're lost. Sorry don't believe people are bi but rather that some people are open to experimenting (w/ either men or woman more »

  • Comment on: She says we can't date - Love Letters - Relationships questions, advice and more

    Posted 04/04/2011 11:36:46 EDT

    "She admitted that she is completely attracted to me, and also that she loves kissing me."

    Rolls reversed, these people would be married for 5+ years. more »

  • Comment on: I Like My Friend's Dad

    Posted 04/01/2011 12:09:24 EDT

    backbaybabe wrote: lots of wonderful ladies here that would blow you away.. ----------------- Maybe. But not the first night. ----------------- That made me spit out my drink. Been meaning to but been more »

  • Comment on: I Like My Friend's Dad

    Posted 04/01/2011 12:01:49 EDT

    "Why are you being ethnocentric? I'd date anyone who had strong moral values, compasson, &etc." I'm about as far from ethnocentric as possible, to the point of ignorance. That's why it took me by surp more »

  • Comment on: I Like My Friend's Dad

    Posted 04/01/2011 11:52:55 EDT

    It's funny (not really but you know what I mean), I used to hear stories about the Irish need not apply and the racism around the Irish but I thought that we were past that. I get the prevalence of th more »

  • Comment on: I Like My Friend's Dad

    Posted 04/01/2011 11:33:47 EDT

    Well I do have reddish hair - not orange but auburn - and I know that's not a huge turn on (I actually like my hair - thick and not your typical color). I've just found it weird that someone would say more »

  • Comment on: I Like My Friend's Dad

    Posted 04/01/2011 11:11:45 EDT

    Quick question for all the ladies. My friend was trying to set me up with one of his friends from school and when he showed her a picture of me, she said that I was very Irish. i.e. because I looked v more »

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