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NESN Kingpin Beheads WEEI

DATELINE: HUMOR

A few days ago we called on WEEI, one of Boston’s all-sports talkfest stations, to rid itself of gadfly Kirk Minihane, a self-professed iconoclast. 232 more words

Politics & Society

Flash Fiction: Second-Rate Superhero In Five-Line Anapestic Meter

I would like to apologize in advance to Mrs. Henry, my junior high school English teacher, who tried so hard, and is no doubt spinning in her grave as this is published… 418 more words

Writing

Seldom Heard Discouraging Words for Red Sox

DATELINE: HUMOR

When Frank Sinatra sang, it was: “Flying high in April, and shot down in May.” If you’re the Red Sox, it is flying high in July, and shot down in July. 221 more words

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Banking

today is confusing, frustrating, and a bloody farce.
We have been with our current bankers for almost 20 years, and have never had a problem. That was until we sold our house, and were unable to give a permanent forwarding address. 864 more words

The President's Analyst (1967)

By Richard Winters

My Rating: 7 out of 10

4-Word Review: Analyst on the run.

Dr. Sidney Schaefer (James Coburn) is a well-regarded therapist who gets offered the job as personal analyst to the President. 657 more words

Movies

Fenway Park: Church of Holy Redemption Now in Service

 

Heathens of summer have heard the clarion call. The Red Sox have found life wanting in Sin City.

The Red Sox were the American League team standing on the street corner, holding the sign that said: “End of World is Near.” 202 more words

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No Keel Hauling Needed for Red Sox & Cherington

DATELINE: SINK OR SWIM

If the Red Sox win twice as many games as they lose for the remainder of the season, you may consider the season better than a salvage job. 277 more words

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