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Posted 09/26/2015 06:46:13 EDT
Wow, terrific story! Pure joy to read (and fun to imagine the subterfuge!)! Thanks for writing about it! Bless them all!
Posted 09/26/2015 06:34:35 EDT
Wonderful story about a brilliant kid with a fascinating idea who used his powers for good!!
Posted 09/23/2015 04:41:43 EDT
Posted 09/19/2015 05:24:42 EDT
It would be interesting as well to study the effects of prejudice on perpetrators of it.
Posted 09/13/2015 07:12:00 EDT
Posted 09/02/2015 05:36:36 EDT
Beautiful! Thank you!
Posted 08/12/2015 05:37:49 EDT
Boulder has a "right lane law" = bikes in the right-hand lane have the right of way. That's the safest way to have bikes in the street.
Posted 06/01/2015 06:18:27 EDT
Agreed - it's terrific!
Posted 06/01/2015 06:15:18 EDT
Beautiful! This story is unforgettable and wonderfully told. Your mother-in-law could not have given you, your family, or your readers a better or more enduring gift! Thank you for sharing it.
Posted 05/04/2015 05:31:33 EDT
A beautiful story about a beautiful woman who went through unimaginable desperation, seeing only good and wanting to do good in the world.
Posted 04/24/2015 11:57:33 EDT
I'm interested in your thoughts. I read somewhere that sodium fluoride (which is what goes into water) is actually not the beneficial form - the form that should be used is calcium fluoride?
Posted 04/05/2015 05:51:17 EDT
Beautifully written tribute to a remarkable man and to the Palfreys for their gift to him, his family, and their students. Long live his work in generations to come.
Posted 03/25/2015 04:50:18 EDT
God rest his dear soul. I worked at Harvard long ago and remember him coming in to service our typewriters. He always had a smile and cheerful word for everybody. He was an example for us all, and he more »
Posted 03/17/2015 11:46:08 EDT
Every college student faces character-building challenges, "managing expectations" among them. Having said that -- I would like to see Harvard and MIT change their registration process so that Freshme more »
Posted 02/08/2015 04:46:08 EST
I wish the Globe would do a column like this every day. It would be great too if the column could include information about how readers can help to support the work of the featured people and organiza more »
Posted 02/07/2015 05:34:17 EST
Imagine who you want to be 5 years from now. What do you need to do to make that happen? Break up with him? move? take a trip with your family? go back to school? Make a long-term plan and go get it! more »
Posted 01/26/2015 05:00:18 EST
Many laughs! more »
Posted 01/18/2015 09:37:27 EST
Passion is different than zealotry. more »
Posted 01/18/2015 07:04:48 EST
Thoughtful column that makes the very important point that no matter what problem we are trying to solve, we have to start somewhere. Zealotry cuts off problem-solving before it can begin. more »
Posted 01/18/2015 06:34:34 EST
This is an important step toward getting employers to recognize that taking care of children is a family issue and not solely a womens' issue. more »
Posted 01/10/2015 05:30:55 EST
You nailed it. Basically, two principles of physics - 110 lb me vs 2500+ pound car, and thin bike tires vs. ice and snow - both add up to too much risk. No amount of care or preparation can lower that more »
Posted 01/10/2015 05:07:31 EST
He is lucky to have your affection. Meanwhile, based just on the account above, he has no goals, interests, or plans, and there's no reason to think his future will be any different than it is now - j more »
Posted 12/25/2014 10:48:03 EST
PS Thank you, Globe. Please continue to give space on the front page, every day, to stories of people doing good in the world! more »
Posted 12/25/2014 07:35:03 EST
Wonderful story!! more »
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