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Posted 07/07/2013 06:11:12 EDT
Always better to separate private family matters from politics. And this sarcasitic question is calous.
Posted 05/30/2013 11:42:54 EDT
In response to EmilyRose21's comment: With a plethura of performing acts, which included Aerosmith, New Kids on the Block, James Taylor, and Dropkick Murphys at the May 30 Boston Strong concert, it more »
Posted 05/04/2013 01:17:23 EDT
Nice actor but not a very good musician.
Posted 05/04/2013 01:16:27 EDT
With so many great musicians in Boston, why does it have to come down to the least common denomenator?
Posted 01/14/2013 11:16:34 EST
I spent the year of 2012 watching nearly every Nationals game, and while Morse can be a a decent complementary player, I wouldn't give up much to get him. Hits home runs but was not the clutch player more »
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Posted 10/19/2012 03:35:46 EDT
That is, Foxx.
Posted 10/19/2012 03:31:53 EDT
I'd throw in Yaz and Fox, and maybe even Tris Speaker. Three genuine Hall of Famers for an iffy coach. A Blue Jays steal!!!
Posted 08/01/2010 03:44:29 EDT
I rarely have any reason to read Jacoby's opinions, but with this, he makes a fair point. This is not a typical partisan opinion readers, but rather he writes on the legitimacy of the electoral system more »
Posted 11/15/2009 02:10:58 EST
Why is it that I learn much from (though often disagree with) conservative commentators David Brooks of the Times, and Charles Krauthammer of the Post, but Mr. Jacoby's columns always leave me feeling more »