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MALE, Revere, MA

About Me: Retired. I try to post calm, logical messages. Sometimes an arrogant post will elicit an arrogant reply. I'm only human, and they deserve it. :-) I'm egalitarian. If there's anything I truly hate it's racial and ethnic prejudice. I grew up in the South and learned to recognize all the code words. I won't let it pass.

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  • Forum Post: What other words or phrases define how Bostonians speak?

    Posted 09/05/2012 07:37:43 EDT

    In response to brownidgirl210 comment: Do they not say "Blinker" in the rest of the country?  Of course they do. Where is the writer from? London, maybe? (another joke: I tried to type "where" apostro more »

  • Forum Post: What other words or phrases define how Bostonians speak?

    Posted 09/05/2012 07:29:49 EDT

    Never heard "grinder" used here. It's always "sub." Maybe it's a neighborhood thing. Grinder is a common term in Connecticut. more »

  • Forum Post: Favorite company mascot?

    Posted 01/24/2012 04:43:34 EST

    Fred the baker for Dunkin Donuts was a classic, but so was Dunkin Donuts at the time. They used to make the donuts every morning in the shop and if you got there early you could often request warm don more »

  • Forum Post: Your favorite Chinese food in the Boston area?

    Posted 12/30/2011 10:47:16 EST

    Billy Tse's on Revere St. in Revere. Among the best. more »

  • Forum Post: Your review of the Oscars?

    Posted 02/28/2011 02:16:52 EST

    I agree about Franco. He seemed spaced out. He may be able to act from a script, but he's no presenter. On the whole, though, I thought the show was boring. As usual, some of the acceptance speeches w more »

  • Forum Post: Your favorite dog breed?

    Posted 01/28/2011 07:33:08 EST

    Mixed breeds are best. Many purebred dogs suffer from various defects from inbreeding or because they've been selectively bred over the years into something unnatural -- a prime example is bulldogs. I more »

  • Forum Post: Quincy council criticizes Fore River Bridge design

    Posted 01/20/2011 04:58:33 EST

    I think the vertical lift design is rather nice, and makes the bridge a little unique. It sounds like the council just wants the same old same old. They need to move out of the 19th century.
    more »

  • Forum Post: What are some of the best and worst things about Boston?

    Posted 11/09/2010 06:48:18 EST

    It was a totally unscientific online survey. Who knows where the people who voted are from or what cities they've visited. You can't legitimately rank one city against  another unless you've been to b more »

  • Forum Post: What are some of the best and worst things about Boston?

    Posted 11/09/2010 04:16:30 EST

    More publicity for Travel and Leisure magazine, second day in a row. Who cares what some second rate magazine says after conducting a second rate survey. They only did it to get free publicity and the more »

  • Forum Post: How is that socialism working for ya?

    Posted 06/17/2010 05:19:07 EDT

    Why must there be only one way? The intelligent thing is to weight various solutions to a problem and pick the best one. The problem with economic or political dogma is that nothing is weighted. The " more »

  • Forum Post: Who should be the VP candidates?

    Posted 07/18/2008 08:59:48 EDT

    [Quote]Dem landslide based on what information???  You better hope O takes Hillary or he's done politically.  Lbbys hate nobody more than someone who let's them down and loses a Presidential bid...Mon more »

  • Forum Post: Bodybuilding firefighter seeks disability

    Posted 07/14/2008 11:25:01 EDT

    [Quote]I am working for the city, fresh out of college.  I asked myself why do I have to pay union fee, i dont' need the union.  I have the skills, and put in 110% everyday.  But w/o the union, my sal more »

  • Forum Post: End the state income tax WILL be on the ballot this November

    Posted 07/03/2008 07:54:13 EDT

    We have roads and bridges falling apart. We have a failing educational system. I could go on and on... Unfortunately, we don't get government for free. Everybody wants everything and they want it for more »

  • Forum Post: Neil Entwistle found guilty

    Posted 06/26/2008 01:37:33 EDT

    [Quote] Enough already about "deterrents".  Nobody is suggesting the death penalty as a deterrent.  It's a PUNISHMENT not a DETERRENT.  He deserves to die, it's a just punishment.  Deterrents should b more »

  • Forum Post: Neil Entwistle found guilty

    Posted 06/26/2008 10:01:08 EDT

    [Quote]Want to commit premeditated murder and live the rest of your life with a roof over your head, three meals a day, a library at your disposal, and buddies with whom you can boast about your act? more »

  • Forum Post: Neil Entwistle found guilty

    Posted 06/26/2008 09:43:11 EDT

    [Quote]Murderers should be killed. They should not be allowed to live a life with food, and shelter. Is it not a deterrent? Prove that. Please prove to us that the Death Penalty doesn't deter murder. more »

  • Forum Post: Neil Entwistle found guilty

    Posted 06/26/2008 09:20:46 EDT

    [Quote]Wow, don't miss the point or anything.  The point is that if ever there was a person who deserved the death penalty, it's Entwistle.  You're so anxious to call people names that you didn't proc more »

  • Forum Post: Neil Entwistle found guilty

    Posted 06/26/2008 09:04:00 EDT

    [Quote]Too bad MA does not have the death penalty. Entwistle could certainly be the poster child to revive it![/Quote] Wrong! If Mass had the death penalty and insisted on imposing it, Entwistle would more »

  • Forum Post: Your thoughts on pink hats

    Posted 06/26/2008 08:42:06 EDT

    Some Red Sox fans seem to be nostalgic for the days when they were losers, as hard as that is to believe. It's like they've lost their identity now that they're not supporting a losing team. Anybody w more »

  • Forum Post: New seats on the MBTA Blue Line

    Posted 06/06/2008 03:12:28 EDT

    The reason the T hasn't received a lot of complaints about the seats is probably because they know it won't do any good to complain. I hate the seats, but I haven't complained because I know it's usel more »

  • Forum Post: Is this the dumbest generation?

    Posted 05/10/2008 02:52:16 EDT

    There was one selection missing from the survey... "All of the above."


    more »

  • Forum Post: Surprised by Tuesday's primary results?

    Posted 01/09/2008 01:46:39 EST

    I was a little surprised, but not a lot. It's hard not to have your opinion affected by all the hype on CNN, and local and network news. Even though the touted polls were wrong in both Iowa and New Ha more »

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