I think Bo is really issuing a challenge to all of us to actually use the following words on a daily basis. See if you can work the following terms into your daily work and family-dinner-time conversation: drugstore, marketplace, heaving, swordplay, rapture and groundswell. Maybe use one per day, at least 10 times each, and then, by all means, take a day of rest. Of course, if you talk about the ex-governor of California you can likely hit all 6 in one breath. Bonus if you use the following words and phrases: “corporations are people,” and bayonets.
0 · November 14, 2012
Reluctant to say I did not find the book for the next meeting. Maybe this is due to how my book shopping, and therefore most of my reading selection, is generally limited to the racks at the drugstore down the street. This literary marketplace is to thank for my illuminated appreciation of literature about overcome women with heaving chests and long-haired, bandana-ed, bare-chested men fond of swordplay. It appears that prior to their overtaking, these women harbored unexpressed and unknown - perhaps even to themselves - passions trapped within their souls. And - we readers can well attest... - their bodies. Well, OK, maybe these passions HAD been vaguely sensed. But hardly in full bloom. BEFORE, that is. I just might be talked into proposing a series of such titles for the group's next 6-18 months' reading rapture, if the group organizer avidly requests it. OR if there is a groundswell of such interest from the membership, possibly expressed on THIS VERY COMMENT BOARD.
0 · November 10, 2012
@Alex there are quite a few visitor parking spots on Walnut St., to your immediate right as you pass Bloc 11. You may also find a few if you follow Bow St. leading onto Somerville Ave. And if all fails, there is also the Market Basket parking lot, not far from the cafe.
0 · October 25, 2012