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HeadBone

About Me: Not a Democrat. Not a Republican. Not a liberal. Not a conservative. A swing voter. My politics are eclectic. I have no ideological agenda and feel free to look at each issue afresh and listen to all sides before coming up with a position. I believe in sustainability: environmentally, fiscally, and in our trade deficit. The same mentality that makes me an environmentalist also makes me a fiscal conservative.

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  • Forum Post: What do you think about Google's new privacy policies?

    Posted 03/04/2012 07:50:31 EST

    In Response to Re: What do you think about Google's new privacy policies?: [QUOTE]Meh. I have nothing to hide. All the wacko privacy "advocates;" they clearly have things from their past that they don more »

  • Forum Post: What do you think about Google's new privacy policies?

    Posted 03/04/2012 07:42:59 EST

    In Response to Re: What do you think about Google's new privacy policies?: [QUOTE]Once I read about Google's privacy policies, I changed the browser used (at the top right of Firefox) to Yahoo, Posted more »

  • Forum Post: Where do you find your favorite Valentine's Day chocolates?

    Posted 02/10/2012 07:50:32 EST

    In Response to Re: Where do you find your favorite Valentine's Day chocolates?: [QUOTE]Give it a rest people.  I'm sure everyone has enjoyed a chocolate or two.  We can't live in a bubble and not eat more »

  • Forum Post: Where do you find your favorite Valentine's Day chocolates?

    Posted 02/08/2012 11:24:41 EST

    I do not give junk food to people I love. Junk food is the wrong way to say I love you. When are we going to learn that in our disgusting, obese society? Why don't you start a discussion on appropriat more »

  • Forum Post: Oil Kills: Solar Power, Please!!

    Posted 11/23/2011 10:07:10 EST

    I notice a tendency among people these days to always reach first for new sources of stuff to waste, be it energy, materials, water, or a plethora of other commodities. I guess it's the same mentality more »

  • Forum Post: Greening your home?

    Posted 11/23/2011 09:56:08 EST

    The Truth about CFLs: 1. The mercury they contain is a small fraction of the extra mercury that would get released into the environment from coal-fired power plants if you used the old incandescent bu more »

  • Forum Post: Green cleaning products

    Posted 11/23/2011 09:43:18 EST

    Microfiber cloths clean dust off of furniture and other surfaces with just wiping, avoiding the need for toxic chemical sprays. They are inexpensive. Lots of different companies make them, and you can more »

  • Forum Post: Green cleaning products

    Posted 11/23/2011 09:38:29 EST

    In Response to Green cleaning products: [QUOTE]I wanted to send an email out to you guys so maybe you can help others. I purchased a Go Green product from a website called power2savings. At first I we more »

  • Forum Post: Please Help!

    Posted 11/23/2011 09:31:01 EST

    I love seafood, but I stopped eating it even before the Globe series, because I can't find any more restaurants where the haddock is made out of haddock. If you love tilapia, go to Yankee Lobster on t more »

  • Forum Post: Most annoying TV characters?

    Posted 11/23/2011 09:26:07 EST

    All TV is annoying.

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  • Forum Post: What was your first Apple product?

    Posted 11/23/2011 09:24:45 EST

    Bought a Mac around 1986. The screen was too small, the user interface was annoying, and the operating system was buggier than even Windows. About 4 years ago, realizing that Macs were now Unix-based more »

  • Forum Post: Report: Zuckerberg says he would keep Facebook in Boston if he had a do-over

    Posted 11/23/2011 09:19:41 EST

    After all the dishonest stuff he's done with Facebook, does anyone who doesn't buy from telemarketers seriously believe he really meant it? There's plenty of innovation in Boston. It just tends to not more »

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