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Scot Lehigh Says Blizzard of ’78 Was Tougher to Clean Up Than The Three Storms We’ve Had. HMMM

I tend to agree that Lehigh's comparisons to the Blizzard of '78 are silly - and, if anything, show the city's efforts this year in a good light. 1978 was one really really bad storm. This is multiple bad storms with very little time in between. Yet, in 1978, the city was shut down for two weeks, for heaven's sake. Also, some MBTA equipment (Red Line in particular) that was running in 1978 is still running today, but it was almost 40 years younger then. - promoted by david

Compare Charlie Baker to Marty Walsh During Snowgate, Shall We?

Reporter Jan Ransom Uses Space Savers to Explain Boston Globe’s Unadulterated Dismissiveness of Local Working Class Better Than Anyone Else

Winners, Losers, and Loozahs in Demolition of Speaker Term Limits

One woman's take. - promoted by Bob_Neer

When it Comes to Credibility and Entertainment John Henry’s Sports Page Can’t Compete With Dave Portnoy’s Web Page.

Bad Song + Jim Braude + Shut-Upgate + Deflategate = A Big Nothing

F & R Auto Sales (Owned By Francis Correiro) in Wesport, MA Employees Proudly Post Video of Them Being Complete A-Holes. Pass The Word

Appeals Court Tells Jack O’Brien and Liz Tavares to Stay Home Because They’re Not So Sure a Crime Was Committed

An interesting development. - promoted by david

The Pepe Le Pew Project aka Operation Chat Up Their Women

Hey Steve Wynn, This Is Marty Walsh’s House, This Is Marty Walsh’s Town. You Got That?

Particularly interesting is that Walsh has engaged Fish & Richardson, a fairly high-powered law firm (known mostly as an intellectual property firm but also handling general litigation), to represent the city. So it won't be a case of deep-pocketed private interests overwhelming an underfunded city law office. - promoted by david