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Cape Cod Quahog Day
I don't know about you, but I'm pretty sick of that stupid f****ing groundhog in Pennsylvania. He gets a movie, a holiday, and is a national celebrity... and he's usually wrong.
While that slacker basks in the love of the nation, a more important mollusk works in semi obscurity on Cape Cod.
Swim At Your Own Risk In Bourne
Citing the tough economy, the town of Bourne is not hiring any lifeguards for their beaches this summer. The move, approved by town voters in May, saves the town about $75k.
Red Sox 14, San Diego 5
Boston rolled over the San Diego Padres yesterday, beating them 14-5.
Most of the damage was done during a 10 run 7th inning. Adrian Gonzalez showed the 'Dres the error of their ways, going 3 for 5 with 4 RBIs. David ortiz and Kevin Youkilis each drove in a pair of runs, and that was all she wrote for the San Diegans.
Matt Albers picked up a win in elief, improving to 2-3, 5.08. Alfredo Aceves (3-1, 3.30) takes the mound tonight at 7, filling in for the tummyaching Josh Beckett.
TUESDAY JUN 21 -- LYNDON P. LORUSSO YOUTH CENTER / GAME ROOM 12-9pm
Quesy, Quirky, Quake = Tall Tale Tax Tremor
Falmouth School Mulling Dress Code
The Falmouth School Committee (FSC) is mulling the imposition of a dress code onto students of the Lawerence School. The dress code would be a small part of a radical shift in the operation of the school.
Principal Nancy Taylor and Art teacher Rebecca Novak are behind the Dress For Success movement.
Red Sox 12, Milwaukee 3
The Boston Red Sox scored a 12-3 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers yesterday.
We beat them so badly that, if he actually existed, the Fonz would move to Green Bay. A 6 run first inning provided all the offense we needed.
Kevin Youkilis hit a 3 run homer in that first inning, with Dustin Pedroia and Marco Scutaro also giving the fans a souvenir. Tim Wakefield went 8 innings to improve to 4-2, 4.26.
"Bobby Orr ... behind the net to Sanderson ... to Orr ... Bobby Orr, scores!"
- Stanley Cup winning goal call by TV announcer Don Earle, May 10, 1970
On Thursday June 16, a jury in Barnstable Superior Court returned a verdict in a case I had been working on for 7 years. The name of the case was Callahan v. Jellinek. The jury found that Dr. Theodore Jellinek, a Sandwich psychiatrist, was negligent in his treatment of Mary Callahan, but that his negligence did not "cause" Mary's suicide. I represented the family.
PALIN DERANGEMENT SYNDROME *THERAPY UTILITY