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  • Forum Post: Which songs make you tear up?

    Posted 08/13/2012 06:38:57 EDT

    Harry Chapin's

    Cat's in the Craddle

  • Forum Post: Favorite 'Monty Python and the Holy Grail' quotes?

    Posted 04/27/2012 10:59:14 EDT

    that's not a list of Top 10 Monty Python quotes  --- it's a list of Holy Grail Quotes

    c'mon man.

  • Forum Post: Your thoughts on our new scariest movies list?

    Posted 10/14/2011 12:04:30 EDT

    The Thing was the scariest freakin thing I ever watched.  I wouldn't let my dog near me for weeks.   Overall though, not a fan of the genre.

  • Forum Post: What are your favorite New England clam shacks?

    Posted 07/19/2009 05:27:32 EDT

    In Response to What are your favorite New England clam shacks?: http://www.boston.com/travel/explorene/specials/clam_shack_map/ Looking at the map of New England Clam Shacks all I can say as a life lo more »

  • Forum Post: New England's best ice cream?

    Posted 07/19/2009 05:20:03 EDT

    Farfars in Duxbury.

    Herrells in Cambridge

    more »

  • Forum Post: What are your favorite Irish pubs in New England?

    Posted 03/07/2009 10:51:10 EST

    I grew up near the Snug when it was under another name and a dive, so it's not a long time traditional fave of the town and have been there a few times and it's okay. My opinion of it may be stronger more »

  • Forum Post: Who will be VP?

    Posted 03/28/2008 12:20:57 EDT

    my two cents

    For the Republicans
    1) Romney
    2) Charlie Crist (FLA Gov)

    For Obama
    1)� Biden (If not then Sec. State)
    2)� Strickland

    For Hilary
    1)� Strickland
    2)� Biden� (if not then Sec. State)

    more »

  • Forum Post: Red Auerbach Way?

    Posted 03/27/2008 11:10:24 EDT

    As I former season ticket holder (gave them up when I had kids) I bleed green, but this is a bad idea. The court in the Garden has Red's name on it and he has a statue in Quincy Market.� That's enough more »

  • Forum Post: Best places to kiss in Boston

    Posted 01/31/2008 03:03:53 EST

    Funny, my immediate answer to this was -- "Any where my wife is."� It's that plain and simple.But, if you are looking for a location - I think nothing is more romantic and breath taking than being on more »

  • Forum Post: Sports Illustrated fantasy covers

    Posted 11/07/2007 11:11:49 EST

    It's actually better than 6 covers...go back 2 weeks earlier and Randy Moss is on the cover, so it's 7 covers since 9/18. Amazing. The two covers I'd like to see are the Pats 19-0 and the Celtics winn more »

  • Forum Post: Glory days of Boston sports

    Posted 10/08/2007 01:11:36 EDT

    DoubleRay - 2004 was great (two championships), but the standard for Boston sports excellence has to be 1986. All 4 teams in the playoffs, 3 in the finals, 1 championship / 1 bowl win Sox - lost in WS more »

  • Forum Post: Glory days of Boston sports

    Posted 10/08/2007 12:58:18 EDT

    Without counting chickens before they are hatched ---- YES. The Pats, The Sox, BC Football & the excitement about the Celtics is the best this town has seen since 1986. Even the Revolution appear on t more »

  • Forum Post: Final Ruling Discussion

    Posted 09/13/2007 09:27:28 EDT

    Fully Agree With PatsFan1979's comments: The Pats dodged a bullet. Two thoughts: #1) Wonder if all of this will effect how the Pats adjust at halftime. Did the cheating help or was it alot about nothi more »

  • Forum Post: Yanks getting closer... you worried?

    Posted 06/14/2007 11:41:51 EDT



    78 sticks in my head more than 04 does.

    Gotta run, off to the Tobin.
    more »

  • Forum Post: A-Rod's shout: Bush league or smart?

    Posted 05/31/2007 10:41:18 EDT

    Sox Season Ticket Holder I like a player who wants to win and isn't willing to fold.á A-Rod wants to win.á period. Much like we all hated Laimbeer, we hate A-Rod -- but they both wantedto win and woul more »

  • Forum Post: Schilling's sock

    Posted 04/26/2007 09:04:31 EDT

    Three Thoughts: #1. Schilling is indeed a big mouth and I roll my eyes most ofthe time he talks-- but it is not important to this discussion #2. Schilling was indeed injured when he pitched in 2004 - more »