The Globe closed down the incognito or private browsing loophole for reading more than 5 articles a month.
So hundreds will miss Nick arguing that scouts should be on the MLB competition committee.
Who will provide us with the latest updates on Carlos Beltran and Ed. Encarinon?
Big Fat O wrote:
I wonder if Stale has metal hangover from the concert last night?
“I haveta tell you, Michael. being completely honest — and you know I married the first girl I kissed, don’t you? — that there was some of that soon-to-be-legal substance you’ve likely heard of …”
“Whooowee! The weed! The Vape-pen Viper! Yeah, I’ve heard of…[Read more]
Joe Gill has come out of mourning to post incessantly from the Metallica concert.
Meanwhile, Mrs Joe Gill frantically searches their linoleum-drenched apartment hoping to find some postage stamps so she can send herself back by return parcel post.
Joe Gill has 11 Facebook posts relating to Chris Cornell today. He’s also made Cornell his profile picture. This is a 40-something year old man, with a wife (of questionable origin) and kid.
“Joe, how can you help our Social Media efforts be more effective?”
“Personify our staff. Make the consumer see us as real people with hopes a…[Read more]
Saw Blind Melon/Soundgarden/Neil Young show at Great Woods around ’93. Cornell had just shaved his head and was unrecognizable. Great show.
Neil Young opened for Soundgarden and Blind Melon?
Fred West Lynn wrote:
Chris Cornell meant nothing to me (sorry) but I’ll agree that he meant a lot to a certain portion of the population. Nevertheless, why is 98.5 and its sub hosts going on interminably over Cornell’s greatness, when they first heard him, that his “Nothing Compares 2 U” is better than Prince’s, and how he and sc…
Scott Weiland? 😆 Did by “ever” they mean “1994-1995, limited to 4 piece bands with conventional guitar/bass/drums composition, wherein the lead singer does not also play guitar?”
Yep. Their “ever” stretches from the first time they shaved twice in one week to when they used a jar of hair gel per week.
They’re the pop culture…[Read more]
Chris Cornell meant nothing to me (sorry) but I’ll agree that he meant a lot to a certain portion of the population.
Nevertheless, why is 98.5 and its sub hosts going on interminably over Cornell’s greatness, when they first heard him, that his “Nothing Compares 2 U” is better than Prince’s, and how he and scott Weiland are 1-2 in “Best V…[Read more]
If anyone is looking for information and/or perspective on last night’s Celts game I highly recommend NOT clicking on this:
LeBron James and the champion Cavaliers dominated the Celtics in Game 1.
Only one outlet that would promote such blatant lazy superficiality.
TJX Exec: Wow @joegill is amazing. Fills our social media outlets with exceptional brand-building, consumer-resonant content. Discovers #one talents that no one…[Read more]
Chuck Schick wrote:
Holy shit, the comments:
… are the best part, e.g. Ironhead:
Give a man a fish, and he eats for a day. Teach a man to fish, and he will eat for the rest of his life. Give that same man a laptop, a mail order bride, and a messy…[Read more]
Laszlo Panaflex wrote:
Do any of the people who win these awards for helping the homeless ever intentionally get within 50 feet of a homeless person?
“I try to get the limo to slow down as we turn onto Fifth Avenue so I can wave to them and give them a lifetime memory,” said Prince Consort Mike Barnicle, adding “Of course that’s in New York where…[Read more]
Chuck Schick wrote:
Suzy Welch was at the Seaport Hotel the other night to receive the annual Tim Russert Award from the Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program. She was joined at the reception by her husband, Jack, the former head of GE.
Other than getting Lukey away from Sonsie and Mary Ann’s, what was Tim’s involvement in housing…[Read more]
Chuck Schick wrote:
“I don’t care if it follows existing Massachusetts law. The law is idiotic and should be changed.”
Acolyte of James Michael Curley?
Principled voice for the downtrodden?
Nah, Peter “Don’t Call Me Ellie or Martin Luther” King, renowned fussbudget and 2015 recipient of the Joe Gill Award for Tweaking O…
Just in time for micks and pricks – Mike and Annie won the Timmy Russert Award. “Journalist and MSNBC commentator Mike Barnicle and his wife Anne Finucane, Bank of America Vice Chairman, will be honored by Boston Health Care for the Homeless Program (BHCHP) with its 8th annual Tim Russert Award at the Medicine Tha…
One bright spot on the Sunday sports wrap-up shows.
Discussing the Brady videos about his appearance on Madden 17, felger showed the clip where brady breaks a mirror and walks under a ladder. then he shouts, ‘There Are No Curses. No such thing!”
In a glorious bit of serendipity, guess who was sitting two stools away in the studio?
Mister ‘c…[Read more]
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