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  • Forum Post: Where are your favorite Massachusetts beaches?

    Posted 08/11/2011 04:46:22 EDT

    Most North Shore beaches: cooler, less crowded, nicer people.

  • Forum Post: What motivates you to move?

    Posted 07/17/2011 12:41:46 EDT

    I like to play several sports and when you're more supple it cuts down on the risk of injuries. So I work out and practice yoga.

  • Forum Post: ***

    Posted 05/08/2011 07:15:47 EDT

    Another way is to write down breeds you like, research them and then contact local breed rescues. They can advise you if you and your lifestyle would be a good fit for the breed. So many people get cu more »

  • Forum Post: Home health remedies?

    Posted 03/05/2011 09:14:39 EST

    If you've been out late and your eyes are puffy (or just tired) when you wake up, get a cucumber from the refrigerator. Cut two slices, lie down and place them over your eyes for 5 minutes. It feels s more »

  • Forum Post: Your favorite romantic movies?

    Posted 02/04/2011 05:41:37 EST

    Watch Romeo and Juliet made in the late 1960s, its MUCH better than the one from the 1990s.  Nothing is more romantic than "Moonstruck" - who doesn't like that one? Also always forgotten: "Jezebel" st more »

  • Forum Post: Golden Globes: What's your review?

    Posted 01/24/2011 07:04:12 EST

    No one looked better than the beautiful, elegant Catherine Zeta-Jones. She is my nephews' dream girl. more »

  • Forum Post: Why do you live in the Boston area?

    Posted 01/22/2011 02:59:23 EST

    In Response to Re: Why do you live in the Boston area?: [QUOTE]Boston and MA is a disaster of a place to live. Horrible weather, rude and arrogant people, over inflated costs, crumbling infrastructure more »

  • Forum Post: Why do you live in the Boston area?

    Posted 01/22/2011 02:56:50 EST

    The ocean: sailing, swimming. Family, friends.  Great schools, great hospitals, center for biotech. Smart people. Unique history: birthplace of America. Gorgeous summers, beautiful autumns. Proximity more »

  • Forum Post: Is there such a thing as feline "spite" peeing?

    Posted 01/12/2011 10:57:44 EST

    Why are you letting her torture your other cat? Sounds like she is running the show. Maybe she'd be happier as an only cat someplace else. more »

  • Forum Post: How do you warm up in winter?

    Posted 01/07/2011 10:59:33 EST

    Hot fudge sundaes. Keeping the fireplace going. Hot chocolate or decaf coffee/ tea after dinner. Winter wear from LL Bean. Having people over for dinner instead of going out. Watching movies On Demand more »

  • Forum Post: New Year resolutions for staying fit?

    Posted 01/03/2011 05:49:55 EST

    I'm ending my time-consuming volunteer work in the development offices of two non-profits. Both orgs have enough money already and I've been using the time I could be doing yoga and working out to hel more »

  • Forum Post: Smooch city

    Posted 12/31/2010 03:07:51 EST

    In the evening in the Public Garden. more »

  • Forum Post: Best holiday movies?

    Posted 12/10/2010 07:55:41 EST

    Mr. Magoo's Christmas Carol & Bad Santa. more »

  • Forum Post: Worcester adopts rules for pit bulls

    Posted 09/10/2010 08:10:57 EDT

    Two-thirds of the maulings, bittings and the killings of young children are done by just two breeds: the pit bull and the rottweiler. You can get the stats with a little research yourself. If you want more »

  • Forum Post: What is your opinion on ear-cropping for Dobermans?

    Posted 08/25/2010 07:01:28 EDT

    Is your dog slated to become a champion? No? Then why do it? Ear cropping is just plain cruel. As a vet said, when a dog comes in and asks for its ears to be cropped, that's when I'll do it. Consider more »

  • Forum Post: Worst song of all time

    Posted 03/01/2009 03:57:36 EST

    Just about any Country Western song is like nails scraping a blackboard. ("Jolene" is an exception.) And what's with the silly cowboy hats? None of these guys have ever rounded up a steer. A bogus gen more »

  • Forum Post: Favorite things about Boston in winter?

    Posted 02/28/2009 03:27:18 EST

    The BSO is a wonderful part of winter here. more »

  • Forum Post: Your resolutions for 2009?

    Posted 02/28/2009 03:25:15 EST

    My New Year's resolution was to have more fun this year. So far the weather isn't cooperating, but having chili parties, Sunday brunches, The BSO, book club meetings ("read'n'drink") and dog play date more »

  • Forum Post: Your favorite things about Boston?

    Posted 01/08/2009 11:00:47 EST

    The Boston Common and the Public Garden. Uno's deep dish pizza and Mike's Pastries. Boston's wonderful but underfunded and underappreciated public libraries. The Boston Symphony Orchestra. Riding the more »

  • Forum Post: What aren't you thankful for?

    Posted 11/26/2008 05:57:25 EST

    I never want to hear the following words and phrases again: you betcha darn gonna thinkin' pallin' around with terrorists McSame Failin' Palin ya know Troopergate too big to fail bailout I've got the more »

  • Forum Post: Worst song of all time

    Posted 11/23/2008 08:49:19 EST

    Anything by Donnie and Marie
    "Ben" by Michael Jackson
    Any C & W "patriot" "song" more »

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