October 2005 Archive

let’s fix MBTA: Introduction

7 October 2005, 12:33 pm
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Hurricane Katrina has several things to teach us, if we have the courage to learn from it.
One hard lesson is that our fossil fuel use is much too close to the production and delivery capacity.
Forget for a moment arguments about how finite the resources are or aren’t. This fluctuation in production/delivery had a […]

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honestly, we find it somewhat taxing

7 October 2005, 8:32 am
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. . .to try to keep up with our friend Unremitting Failure, who generates approximately 4,113 posts a day. (We don’t quite understand how he remains gainfully employed.) We remain slightly bemused by some of his recurrent tropes (e.g., admiration of Manson, excoriation of Lennon, and a penchant for elaborate alternate histories of National Socialists and other […]

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really?

5 October 2005, 8:09 pm
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“The importance of keeping Podsednik off base cannot be understated.”
– Jerry Trupiano, WEEI Radio
Mind you, it’s lucky I don’t have to avoid tripping over my tongue for a few adrenaline-charged hours a night, and I’m very grateful to Jerry and his partner Joe Castiglione for saving me from wanting to get cable. So we kid, […]

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