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Comment on: 'Ordway’
Posted 09/23/2011 08:06:29 EDT
Remember when EEI would break for about 10 to 12 minutes for commercials? How'd did their sales guys get away with that? If you were a regular listener, you'd switch the channel for 10 minutes and the more »
Comment on: Sept. 11: Sacrifice and somber contemplation - The Boston Globe
Posted 09/11/2009 10:50:43 EDT
Wow. A whole paragraph marking one of the most significant days in the history of our country. Way to go Globe. Did an intern bang this out over his coffee and cruller last night? more »
Comment on: Coakleyâs political audacity - The Boston Globe
Posted 09/03/2009 10:48:50 EDT
I was wondering if the BDC and the Globe could do some more coverage of the death of Ted Kennedy. The 17,000 pages weren't nearly enough. Thanks. more »
Comment on: Donât let Senate seat be vacant - The Boston Globe
Posted 08/21/2009 02:40:43 EDT
"But the Democratic state Legislature carelessly upended that time-tested practice fearing that former governor Mitt Romney would appoint a fellow Republican if Senator John Kerry won the presidency. more »
Comment on: 'WEEI, Sports Hub expand their rosters'
Posted 08/07/2009 09:19:21 EDT
P.S.: Don't lie, Jason Wolfe. Of course you lifted the ban because of the Sports Hub. more »
Posted 08/07/2009 09:18:42 EDT
Dennis & Callahan, ribald? Get your facts straight. They're racist, homophobic, xenophobic, and right wing d-bags, but ribald? No. Mazz and Felger are going to do great. I wouldn't listen to Shaughnes more »
Comment on: 'White House tempers Obama remark about police'
Posted 07/23/2009 01:35:13 EDT
There was no racism. There was assholism. Crowley probably over reacted, as did Gates. But Crowley has the good sense to lay low while Gates continues to blather on. more »
Comment on: '‘
Posted 07/17/2009 10:11:17 EDT
A few points: EEi is good, but waaaay too arrogant and big for their britches. They need a little competition. They think they're the story. Also, during drive times, their commerical breaks are ridic more »
Comment on: 'House Dems move to vote on health bill'
Posted 07/16/2009 02:37:47 EDT
allfinders: Good point. I'm a real snob. Insightful. more »
Posted 07/16/2009 02:29:02 EDT
McBain: So why don't the scumbag politicians really work on reforming healthcare? Because this bill lines the pockets of equally-scumbaggy HMOs, that's why. No reform, no courage, no b*lls. Lobbyists more »
Posted 07/16/2009 02:17:55 EDT
P.S: Instead of taking on the tough task of REFORMING healthcare, the whores on Capital Hill do the easiest, most simplistic thing they can possibly do â tax. No backbone, no going up against the in more »
Posted 07/16/2009 02:15:40 EDT
McBain: That's because it will barely make a dent in your 35K a year, bunky. Successful = jerk? Good line of thinking you got there, zippo. more »
Posted 07/16/2009 01:59:58 EDT
foolish1: You may be better than that, I'm not. Obama has taken a life long Dem (me) and turned him into a Republican. I'm f-ing done. I'm out. Why should I pay for someone else? more »
Posted 07/16/2009 01:38:44 EDT
McBain: Enough of the glib repartee. Where do you stand? You okay with paying money for other's health plans? I'm not. F Obama, F Pelosi. F all of them. more »
Posted 07/16/2009 01:26:20 EDT
McBain: Talk radio? Oh, I get it. Because I don't want to pay $8k more in taxes a year, I must be a far right wing hate-monger? I've been a registered Dem my entire life. Voted, proudly, for Obama. If more »
Comment on: 'No climate debate? Yes, there is'
Posted 07/01/2009 12:52:18 EDT
Wow. Didn't see that coming. Please, just once, would a Globe editorial be unexpected? Jacoby tows the GOP, right wing line. Goodman, Vennochi, et. al. tow the Democrat, left wing line. Yesterday, the more »
Comment on: The%20party%20of%20Colin%20Powell
Posted 05/13/2009 01:11:39 EDT
Mr. Jacoby: Usually, I agree with many of your points. But you're wrong. Limbaugh is an out and out reactionary scumbag. Shame on you. more »
Comment on: Palin%20still%20an%20easy%20target
Posted 05/07/2009 10:25:03 EDT
I'm not a big fan of Palin. She was absolutely out of her league. But agree with Ms. Vennochi that the level of vitriol leveled at her was ridiculous. Furthermore, I voted for Obama, I think he's doin more »
Comment on: 'CVS called a leader in pricing violations'
Posted 05/07/2009 08:35:50 EDT
"soared to 711, from 425"Over 6,300 stores and they had 711 violations? I can live with that. Maybe BDC/Globe is just feeling guilty over the Union busting they're doing so they ran this story. more »
Comment on: 'The challenge from swine flu'
Posted 04/28/2009 09:21:40 EDT
Jason Seacrest: I know about the GOP blocking Sebelius. It's ridiculous. I'm a Dem. Voted for Obama, I like Obama. I just think the Globe bringing up partisan politics in an editorial about a health e more »
Posted 04/27/2009 09:10:30 EDT
Please. Are you kidding me? Of course it's Republicans' fault. Everything is, right? Pathetic. more »
Comment on: A%20tortured%20debate%20over%20the%20%27torture%20memos%27
Posted 04/22/2009 10:25:50 EDT
Charliemike: Wow, thanks for clearing that up for us. Face it, CIA has and will continue to torture. They just won't tell anyone, nor will they need a memo to condone it. more »
Comment on: The%20conservative%20cries%20of%20fascism...
Posted 04/22/2009 10:04:09 EDT
Hello, Pot? This is Kettle. more »
Posted 04/22/2009 09:43:33 EDT
I voted for Obama. But I have a healthy cynicism about any politician. I think he has good intentions. But that won't mean squat when faced with real adversity. And, yes, Bush was a borderline illiter more »
Posted 04/22/2009 09:35:02 EDT
Does anyone really think torture didn't happen under Clinton? Or Nixon or Reagan or Carter for that matter? The CIA doesn't need a memo from the President to torture. They've tortured in the past, the more »
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