Monthly Archives: October 2011

Occupy Boston October 25, 2011 by Tom Birchmire

Needham, Ma is perhaps 11 miles from Dewey Square in downtown Boston and light-years away when measured in terms of social anxieties. In Needham, those concerns are about how much we will vote to raise our taxes to pay for … Continue reading

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Wendy and Tom at a Halloween Party

Francis V,  a friend of ours in Salem, invited us to a Halloween party on October 22, 2011. Wendy came as an Angry Bird complete with sound and I as the Ghost of Programmers Past.  If you look closely at … Continue reading

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New Hampshire wonderer finds its way to Rhode Island.

On March 6th, 2011 the treatment plant at Hooksett, NH overflowed into the Merrimack River.  Ordinarily this would have passed without notice except this overflow carried several  million cute plastic disks with it.  These tiny mesh disks provide bacteria a … Continue reading

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A great commercial that misses the target

Every time I see the Talbot’s commercial I think this is a great ad; it’s too bad I’m an old white guy instead of a 30 year old chic woman who is tuned into timeless fashion.  How could Talbots miss … Continue reading

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