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  • Comment on: Audi S4 Is Fast, Not Furious

    Posted 04/05/2015 10:47:33 EDT

    I owned a 2013 S4 manual and it was a fantastic car. Smooth as silk and solid as a rock. I tried the 335 series and really though there was no comparison the Audi felt like a much better built car. I more »

  • Comment on: Tuition, living expenses up at Boston-area colleges - College Bound - Campus and College News from Boston and Cambridge -

    Posted 02/25/2014 09:18:21 EST

    Stop the profit versus non profit they are all in it to make money. There are just as many people with no job from non profit as for profit. The nfl is a non profit. The PGA tour is non profit. Doyou more »

  • Comment on: 1.3 million losing unemployment benefits Saturday - Business -

    Posted 12/29/2013 10:37:00 EST

    One of the major issues I see is the unwillingness of people to move on from what they have been doing. At some point you need to cut the cord and move on to something new. If you have been working at more »

  • Comment on: 1.3 million losing unemployment benefits Saturday - Business -

    Posted 12/29/2013 10:25:53 EST

    I know several people with kids that make more now than when they were working. Let me walk you thru one of their stories. They no longer have to pay child care expenses and pay zero taxes. Some of th more »

  • Comment on: 'Lester clobbered

    Posted 07/22/2012 09:10:55 EDT

    Bobby V pussed out at the beginning of the year but now is manning up. I told everyone wait until game 100. He will start calling players out and stop coddling them like management wants him to. He'll more »

  • Comment on: 'Another setback for Carl Crawford'

    Posted 07/08/2012 01:51:21 EDT

    If sox are out of contention after next month do the following. Trade Big Papi. Any contender would give up so prime prospects to get Papi that are in the chase. We may lose him anyway so get somethin more »

  • Comment on: 'Curt Schilling’

    Posted 06/24/2012 02:01:48 EDT

    Another clueless individual getting into the software industry. Never ceases to amaze me how easy these guys seem to think this is. His specs probably read. "I want something really cool with stuff fl more »

  • Comment on: 'Red Sox turn to Bobby Valentine in manager search'

    Posted 11/18/2011 11:59:18 EST

    This is baseball people its about managing people and egos. It is not rocket surgery. No way a newbee comes in and tells Ortiz to shut his pie hole or Youk to cool his jets. Francona had no control, y more »

  • Comment on: 'Red Sox turn to Bobby Valentine in manager search'

    Posted 11/18/2011 11:55:42 EST

    This is no different than at most companies. Job gets posted and you have to interview candidates even though you pretty much know who you are going to hire. Valentine was the target the whole time. N more »

  • Comment on: With Martinez, there's a catch - Touching All the Bases -

    Posted 11/23/2010 10:23:16 EST

    Adios VMart... I'll take Napoli at Fenway anyday over VMart. Pick him up at age 29, grab Gonzo 29, and pick up Upton 23 or Crawford 29 or both and we have a young dynamic team. We don't need any 32 ye more »

  • Comment on: 'Obama: End tax breaks to stop overseas hiring'

    Posted 10/16/2010 05:15:31 EDT

    Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont. He has expressed concern that the change would put the U.S. at a competitive disadvantage.

    Really aren't we already there? more »

  • Comment on: 'Staring down desperation'

    Posted 07/11/2010 02:03:35 EDT

    Tough times for people. Yes there are those that milk the system, but many are legit. The 4 people mentioned are obviously not slackers. For all those that say take a job beneath you, you can't. No ma more »

  • Comment on: Disconnect%20in%20Brady%20contract%20talks%3F

    Posted 06/03/2010 12:14:13 EDT

    Brady will be with the Niners, following this season. He grew up there, built a home in Cali and the Pats won't sign anyone to a long term deal after a certain age. They may franchise him then trade h more »

  • Comment on: 'Bay’

    Posted 12/25/2009 05:28:25 EST

    Bay reminds me of Pedro Cerrano in the movie Major League. Throw him a curve ball and feel the breeze. more »

  • Comment on: 'Bay’

    Posted 12/25/2009 05:19:12 EST

    This is classic. Beat it Jason !!! Enjoy Citigroup park or whatever they want to call it. Bay must have gotten hold of David Wright's numbers from last year. Wright averaged 30 HR's a year for 4 years more »

  • Comment on: 'Ellsbury is the real deal'

    Posted 12/17/2009 02:03:47 EST

    This is a joke right? You don't want to get Gonzalez for Ellsbury? Are you all insane !!! Gonzo hit 40 homers in a canyon of a ball park with a bunch of stiffs supporting him. Gonzo is one of the top more »

  • Comment on: 'Despite high unemployment, skilled jobs hard to fill'

    Posted 11/25/2009 11:14:26 EST

    I always get a kick out of these articles. These same companies cry about no qualified people then hire H1B's from India to do the work who have zero experience and no ability to communicate, but they more »

  • Comment on: Colts take advantage of Pats' gamble for 35-34 win -

    Posted 11/16/2009 12:41:09 EST

    The Pats lack the killer instinct. They could have put that game away on several occassions. You could see it coming just like the 2007 AFC championship game. They would stop Indy, then score, and the more »

  • Comment on: 'Buehrle gets first win since perfect game'

    Posted 09/07/2009 10:58:24 EDT

    I only the Sox could get someone like Kotsay. Maybe some pitching help like the waiver pickups recently made of Smoltz and Penney. more »

  • Comment on: 'Almost a clean getaway'

    Posted 08/09/2009 07:07:29 EDT

    I've been a Sox fan for 44 years and I am truly disappointed in how two faced everyone on this board is. Anyone else we'd be stringing them up. C'mon give me a break. If he was really innocent he'd ha more »

  • Comment on: 'With their hours cut, some workers struggle to make ends meet'

    Posted 07/05/2009 11:22:54 EDT

    First off both parties are crooks, liars, and thieves. So if you are pointing the finger at one or the other please stop they are both equally to blame for this. I worked in IT for 15 years and they w more »

  • Comment on: Lowball offers fail buyers -

    Posted 06/27/2009 01:46:33 EDT

    I find it interesting that people are blaming the media now for the lower offers on their homes. What were these people saying when the media overhyped homes and low interest rates and drove prices to more »

  • Comment on: Lowball offers fail buyers -

    Posted 06/27/2009 02:19:30 EDT

    My expereince has been that sellers are way out of line. They are stilling looking at the neighbors house selling in 2005 for 500k and thinking they should get at least that now. I sold a home in AZ f more »

  • Comment on: Lowball offers fail buyers -

    Posted 06/27/2009 02:09:26 EDT

    Hmmm interesting. How can you fault the buyer at 445k when the price was lowered to 449k? Obviously they were more realistic than the seller. Now they'll be lucky to pull 425k. 10% below is not out of more »

  • Comment on: 'Boston renters can find deals as rising vacancy rates depress prices'

    Posted 06/20/2009 01:04:38 EDT

    This is happening everywhere and I think at a greater rate than the $10 difference the globe is saying. Here' in Honolulu my wife and I just moved into a $1500/month one bedroom across from the Hilton more »