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Comment on: Group effort pulling cars from watery grave in Merrimack River More than 50 cars pulled from Merrimack River
Posted 10/16/2014 08:12:36 EDT
Yes! The obvious question, that the article didn't address, is the insurance angle, and if there is any possible recourse for the insurance companies, or recriminations for the former owners or anybod more »
Comment on: Boston Public Market finally ready for construction - Business - The Boston Globe
Posted 10/05/2014 11:08:55 EDT
"You can bet that rices in this new market will be higher than supermarkets or produce stores." Unfortunately, I think you are right. I used to enjoy shopping regularly at farmers' markets, but then m more »
Comment on: Whatâs a âcoffee regular?â Californians happily endure long lines at new Dunkin Donuts - Business - The Boston Globe
Posted 09/06/2014 08:22:13 EDT
My own take: KK was about donuts - competing with DD, which they didn't understand sales-wise, was more about coffee*. I think New Englanders are much less into donuts. * That said - I'd be hard press more »
Comment on: Sights along the Boston Marathon route
Posted 04/15/2014 01:56:36 EDT
Please don't have articles for which we have to "click through." They are quite annoying! Yes, we know you sell more ads that way, but it looks like the cheap, sensationalist "journalism" that we see more »
Comment on: Brain development makes teens more vulnerable to suicide and mood disorders - Health & wellness - The Boston Globe
Posted 03/17/2014 10:37:00 EDT
...whereas a perfectly round wheel has been available for many decades. ...broader based therapies that have been around for many decades. Broad range therapies for the whole family, and ea more »
Comment on: CS50, a computer science course, breaks stereotypes and fills halls at Harvard - Business - The Boston Globe
Posted 11/26/2013 11:34:54 EST
Thank you very much! I read the article and was left wondering the same things. The link you provided shows exactly what I was wondering about.
Comment on: Recipe for couscous with pine nuts, lemon, and parsley - Food & dining - The Boston Globe
Posted 06/19/2013 09:08:03 EDT
Just made this for dinner - Yum!
Used olive oil instead of butter, and toasted walnuts - I was out of pine nuts.
Will definitely make again!
Comment on: Finally proof that sunscreen slows skin aging - Health & wellness - The Boston Globe
Posted 06/13/2013 08:56:38 EDT
It is commonly belived that moisturizing lotion will also slow the aging of skin, and most sunscreen has a moisturizing base - so why didn't they didn't have a control group applying moisturizer-only? more »
Comment on: What the government knows about you from cellphones, Internet, and e-mail - Nation - The Boston Globe
Posted 06/08/2013 03:15:59 EDT
âWeâre damn lucky as a country to have the kinds of technological capabilities we have to learn things about people who are planning to attack us, that we wouldnât otherwise have,â said former more »
Comment on: Post office retreats on eliminating Saturday mail - Nation - The Boston Globe
Posted 04/11/2013 09:00:20 EDT
I'm sure there is much I don't understand, such as: Why must we have mail 6 days per week? I know it is desireable, but since it is so expensive, why is it so important? Eliminating Saturday mail lea more »
Comment on: Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino defends decision to keep schools open in storm - News - Boston.com
Posted 03/09/2013 10:50:35 EST
The kids who DID make it out deserve to learn something, not watch movies all day. But I also find it deeply disturbing that the teacher/administrators would show Avatar, a PG-13 movie, to 3rd graders more »
Comment on: Holiday lights: The more colors, the merrier - Editorials - The Boston Globe
Posted 12/23/2012 11:39:08 EST
I persinally always liked either a single color of lights, even if it's white, or a even single color in each tree. The multi-colored lights look too much like Christmas, but a single color per tree, more »
Comment on: 'Pumpkin and swiss chard tagine'
Posted 03/29/2011 01:23:22 EDT
That would be couscous - traditional with tagine. more »
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