Slipping neighborhood notes under the windshield wipers of illegally parked cars was and is a good idea. But scraping a screwdriver
along the side of cars takes Boston street tensions to an ugly low. ...
Another auto etiquette question for Carpundit
: Keys and screwdrivers, bad. We know that. But how about throwing/placing/smearing rotten tomatoes on cars that are illegally parked? Update
-- Carpundit responds
in his typically reasoned manner. ... I also should have known that acidic tomatoes can leave stains and damaged paint. ... But what about rotten eggs and celery? Hmmm. 'It is unimpressed with those moves': Mitt's at it again.
This is one of those rare times when I tout something I'm doing at the Herald. I'm now blogging over at One Wingo Way: Herald EconoBlog.
... My plans are still to keep Hub Blog separate – with no ads or future links to or from my own work at the Herald. Hub Blog is my site, baby. Mine. But I'm excited about EconoBlog. I've already learned a lot about the institutional strengths and weaknesses of newspapers blogging, in the short time I've been posting over there. The site became officially active yesterday afternoon. ... Still haven't figured out how to get paid for blogging. They're not paying me an extra dime for the effort. Then again, I'm not getting paid for Hub Blog. ... And, man, I have to lose some weight! ...