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January 20, 2009

From Sasha Kopf:

We can has new administration

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March 20, 2008

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November 26, 2007

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The Saturday After Thanksgiving

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November 4, 2007

From Sasha Kopf:

The end of an era

Today I was walking down Beacon Street, and something was amiss. I looked up as I passed a storefront, and lo and behold, the Kosher Dunkin Donuts was gone. A sign said it had closed permanently. Patrons were advised to visit their other location on Boylston Street, but where will the neighborhood turkeys go for their morning pastry? It is a sad day for the town of Brookline.

Addendum: This void now creates the longest distance between Dunkin Donuts franchise locations in entire Greater Boston area: a full 1.7 miles. How will Brookline survive? Only time will tell.

October 31, 2007

From Sasha Kopf:

Happy Halloween


October 27, 2007

From Sasha Kopf:

Morse v. Frederick. VALHALLA STYLE!


October 23, 2007

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October 21, 2007

From Sasha Kopf:

Teh brain!


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September 15, 2007

From Sasha Kopf:

T is for turkey. No, really, turkeys like the T in Boston.

This morning, as I was waiting for the T, I saw a turkey. It was scrounging around the plants in the islands that run down the center of Beacon Street, right next to the trolley stop like it was waiting for a train to arrive.


At first, I thought I was hallucinating, but it was right there, about three feet away from me.

A Russian guy started throwing it bread crumbs. I asked, “Is that your turkey?” He said, “No, it is just hun-ga-ry!” I really, really wanted to reply, “No, it’s not Hungary, it’s Turkey!”

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