and so the 250th anniversary has ended.....but i will not forget the injustice served to me by the town of amherst.proof thanks for the lies and deception
Happy New Year Bach. And like Ellen Goodman said today in her farewell column: I hope you can learn to let go.http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2009/12/31/AR2009123101743.html
Unlike the rest of us, the artist lives forever through his art.He outlives the momentary hurts.
eternal life does not come without suffering.
Happy New Year everyone. May it be a year of focusing on the positives that surround us.
After what happened in Hamp (truly our "Sister City") last week, we should indeed count our blessings.
In deed Larry. We should all feel fortunate and blessed.
Happy new year, Larry! This was published just in time for your new year of posts.How to Use an Apostrophehttp://theoatmeal.com/comics/apostrophe Now you have no excuse!
Yeah, high on my freakin New Year's list. Gotta keep the anal academics happy. Keep in mind my journalistic formative years were in the early- to-mid 1970s when Thomas Wolf changed the rules of, you know, that all important thing called punctuation.
Your blog keeps getting better and better! Your older articles are not as good as newer ones you have a lot more creativity and originality now keep it up!
Thanks. It's kind of like karate: it took me a while to get the hang of it.And the pay is lousy.
but i will not forget the injustice served to me by the town of amherst.Welcome to Amherst....
ed, i had been here for nearly 20 years, and had served the town 2 public art pieces. apparently this provenance did not matter to the powers that be....they fucked me anyways
been "there" ....i am not in fuckherst anymore
"Keep in mind my journalistic formative years were in the early- to-mid 1970s when Thomas Wolf changed the rules of, you know, that all important thing called punctuation."I guess he forgot to tell all the other newspaper journalists except you. I don't remember the '70s having different grammer and punctuation than standard English in the Globe, Times, WSJ, etc. Only in your imagination. Keep up your excuses for sloppy work. They are quite amusing.
If it bothers you sooooooo much, feel free to cancel your subscription.
Sloppy all around: from punctuation to "facts," butstill entertaining (and occasionally insightful, esp.the photography) - that's our Larry.
Yeah, maybe I'll pull a Lou Dobbs and start charging $4.95 a month.
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