Browsing All Posts published on »December, 2006«

Bowl of Cheese – Fourteen

December 28, 2006

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Barking up the wrong tree… With Fletcher at my feet I spent Wednesday night thinking about expectations. The thing that spurred me to this abstract topic was the completely black and white manner in which a four-year-old Labrador puppy lives its life. Fletcher, from what I can gather because he has yet to talk, is […]

OK, it’s Festivus

December 23, 2006

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Only about eight years have passed since Seinfeld had an episode about this holiday ritual…really an anti-organized religious holiday ritual. And now it’s a massive craze. People I know are buying Festivus poles and having Festivus parties. The airing of grievences is my favorite part – in theory. I’m actually afraid of this part of […]

White River Dolphin Extinct

December 22, 2006

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The true ramification of the extinction of a mammal – that’s right people, a MAMMAL – is that we could be next. Sure, we’ve got billions of us littering the planet, most of us aren’t blind (like this dolphin) and we like to think we’re smarter. But dolphins get credit for being the second smartest […]

Not done buying?

December 21, 2006

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Then go to this blog to get a feel for the great deals that are still out there online Sale_Outlet_Blog

Jeff Cutler in The Hingham Journal

December 19, 2006

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Homepage – The Hingham Journal Just check this site occasionally to see my monthly column and other articles. Thanks!

Joseph Barbera, 95; animator gave life to Tom and Jerry – The Boston Globe

December 19, 2006

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Joseph Barbera, 95; animator gave life to Tom and Jerry – The Boston Globe

Spicy eggs and heavy metal

December 17, 2006

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If you’re listening to the podcast instead of reading this online, you are acutely aware that I sound like crap. This cold in my throat and brain arrived after Thanksgiving and has decided to stay through the holidays. I’ve set out clean towels and am just waiting for it to leave. In the meantime, I’ve […]