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Elementary education travel series follows two Cape Cod girls to China
South Sectionl Tournament Results
Duxbury 4, Concord Carlisle 0
The girls from Duxbury plays Fontbonne 3/20, time and location TBA, for the South Sectional title
Pembroke 4, Westwood 3 (Shootout)
Pembroke plays the Marblehead boys in the State semifinals, TBA
Marshfield 4, Springfield Cathedral 1
Marsh Vegas plays Wakefield for the boys state title
Franklin 5, Plymouth South 2
As our New England weather does its psychotic "springtime" ups and downs, we get caught off guard and end up sick. Germs are ubiquitous; always have been, always will be. It's amazing that we aren't sick all the time, but we're not. We're amazing. Our immune systems keep us from catching every little bug that comes along. I've always felt that infections are at least as much about susceptiblility as exposure.
Before I present this blog entry... let me share with my devoted readers (all 2 ½ men and women of you) what the Cape Cod media has been saying about Cape Odd, my latest book with Jim Coogan.
Chief Stanley Considering North Andover Job
Town says he's staying, but he lives near his preferred job
The only connection I have ever had with Charlie Sheen was a few years back when I was taping Ben Curtis (Tony Curtis' son) in a scene from Glenn Carrie Glenn Ross.
Ben arrived on the set in a beautifully cut Navy blue suit. When I remarked about this, he said, "Charlie Sheen gave me this suit." That's it!
I have never gone to see a movie because Charlie Sheen was in it and I've never watched Two and a Half Men simply because I only watch one Sitcom and that is Curb Your Enthusiasm.
Our bodies have an amazingly complex waste disposal system. It is a function we mostly take for granted and gratefully have very little to do with in the normal course of events. We don't even think about the fact that our rectums can tell the difference between solid, liquid and gas, and pretty successfully discrimnate in which one gets through. Whenever there is a complicated function, it implies that there are many different componenets that can go awry.
Barnstable, Falmouth voted off the island... Duxbury splits, Plymouth South in finals
I was looking at some old columns (doing research, not absorbing myself in my own words), and came across my thoughts on "the best and worst of 2009," my final column of that trip around the sun. It listed as one of the best items from that year, a "home run" hit by then-freshman State Representative Tim Madden to bring back a Registry of Motor Vehicles (RMV) office to town.
A brief respite from "cubic regressions"
by Jonathan Mayo
My blog has been on hiatus for a few weeks now, having immersed myself again in higher education, more specifically completing my math credit, the last class I need to receive a BSBA from Suffolk University. Needless to say, spring break is a welcome opportunity to at least temporarily put down the books.
I'd like to share some recent photos! Enjoy!