Keller at Large on MASSterList · Rep. Seth Moulton defends funding for veterans, abortions for troops Independence Day celebration season, moron style, featured the trashing of beaches in Falmouth and Dennis by hammered twenty-somethings with the sense of task and purpose of a skid mark. Once they get done paying for the vandalism and apologizing […]
Happy holiday to all Massterlistians! Just wondering: if Jerry Seinfeld can create a new holiday for laughs, why can’t we add a new wrinkle to Independence Day? For lack of a less awkward term, let’s call it Outdependence Day, a moment – perhaps late on the 4th, after one too many beers, or on the […]
Keller at Large on MASSterList · Tax-cap overrides could be on chopping block in Massachusetts cities, towns where local aid lacks NEWS ITEM: Marblehead voters reject $2.47 million Proposition 2 1/2 tax-cap override, 53-47%, forcing cuts in school, police and public works budgets. Whoa. By Prop. 2 1/2 override standards, that’s a landslide. Double-whoa, it’s […]
Keller at Large on MASSterList · Does Beacon Hill really need a special commission to study proteins? Things are going pretty well for Massachusetts these days, but we’re Bostonians. We know how it works. One minute, you’re winning the World Series. The next, you can’t seriously call what you play Major League Baseball. Some of […]
Keller at Large on MASSterList · Massachusetts Teachers Union wants to abolish MCAS, leaving no accountability measure Thirty years is a long time. Back in 1993, the World Wide Web was in its infancy. The European Union was a newborn. Don Ameche and Frank Zappa passed away. (Were those two ever photographed together?) Closer to […]
No one likes having to clean the previous passenger’s mess off their seat in the gubernatorial Uber
Proverb alert: adversity makes strange bedfellows.
What makes decent, smart politicians do indecent, stupid things?
Payback is not a legal principle…
It is, after all, a “previously understood exposure”