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Ah yes how the few Pro- Northern Pass people love their Kool-Aid. 1.From the article above and the Northern Pass website... "The project has agreed to bury 8 miles of line in the northern section of the route." Agreed with who? And the answer is no one. In the particular area that they are so willing to bury 8 miles of their line, it isn't to appease anyone's concerns except the Northern Pass's. Their route is completely blocked there by unwilling landowners so they HOPE they can be granted access through by going underground. Stay tuned for that wrestling match. 2. What does anybody really believe the majority of young people of NH think of the possibility of the siting of the Northern Pass as currently proposed considering it's promise of temporary jobs and lower electrical rates that might achieve a jaw dropping $3.00 savings per month? Come on, they must be "stoked"! For anyone who might not know, stoked = exhilarated. I know "BestPresidentReagan", it's a National Security Issue. Better mix up another batch of Kool-Aid. ...(full comment)

Burying electrical transmission lines not so simple

Well, I just reread my comment and realized it's pretty much what John_V_Kjellman wrote, albeit in slightly different words. ...(full comment)

Editorial: Kansas has a few lessons for New Hampshire

Another danger of straight ticket voting is that you might unknowingly vote for a candidate whose views are diametrically opposed to your own. The term "RINO" has, of course, been bandied about for years, but there are also "DINO's" - folks running as Dems but holding far-right views. It behooves us all, no matter where we are on the political spectrum, to learn everything we can about all the candidates, and to refrain from voting for someone we know nothing about simply because they are running under a particular banner. ...(full comment)

Editorial: Kansas has a few lessons for New Hampshire

I have been things to do with my time than research anyone's sordid past, including yours, Walter. ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

So, Massa Larry, what exactly is my "place"? I have no right to voice an opinion while you do? I have no right to agree with a fellow poster? I have no right to comment about your posts but you can say anything you want about me? ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

Laurie, what a horrible dilemma this man faced. Stay in Liberia and die a horrible death, or flee to where he had a chance of a cure. What would you have done if you were in his shoes? ...(full comment)

My Turn: Reflections of a former Peace Corps volunteer in Sierra Leone

Larry, I totally agree with you on this ...(full comment)

Charles Manson musical opens in Hamburg, Germany

good post Bruce, I agree with you. Take away the anonymity and chances are those poster on here who for many posts insulting anyone who disagreed with them. Then when you called them on their behavior, they accused you of being bullies. Anyone who knows my history, knows who I am. Mike Greenwood ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

So, DL...what is your real name. And, had you looked back in the past letters to the editor, you might have found a couple from me showing my name and town. ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

She's very attractive in a Palinesque way. Would look good on Fox ...(full comment)

Garcia announces five town halls, including Oct. 29 in Concord

Threatened? Appears you may've been "castigated" by that knife-wielder, Ducktranny. (c: ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

Van Mosher, Replace your FaceSpace pic, asap. Makes you look like an extra from "Animal House". ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy

ohhh, boy. Ducktranny, please read my post again, and this time...please comprehend it. ...(full comment)

‘Monitor’ makes changes to online commenting policy