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Showing posts with label Boston. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Boston. Show all posts

Thursday, December 15, 2016

A Shout to Northeastern University, Boston, MA


Northeastern University is one of finest universities in the US. It is a private university located in Boston, MA. I am a proud alumnus of Northeastern. Go Huskies.

Tuesday, April 16, 2013

A terrible day in Boston

April 15th was supposed to be a wonderful day in Boston, Massachusetts. Boston is a city that I adore. It was home for me for 10 years, and all my family still resides there. I could not bring myself to write this blog until now, and with difficulty. Whoever did this cowardly stupid idiotic senseless criminal evil hateful act cannot be a human. As an honory Bostonian I can declare with absolute certainty that no one can break Bostonians lively and flowerly spirit. Bostonians are cheerful people. They are good people who love life and adore nature. They love to exercise. Boston is indeed the heart of the Spirit of America. And this heart is always young and will never stop. May God Bless the United States of America.

Saturday, May 14, 2011

Jet Blue Airline

I must admit it, Jet Blue Airline is my favorite so far.  I have traveled on so many airlines in my lifetime, but this one tops them all.  Last week I traveled from Raleigh to Boston and I took a competitor airline.  The experience was the same as in the past, dull.  They charged me $25 for a small checked bag.  This week I traveled one more time to Boston, but I took Jet Blue.  What a difference!  First of all they do not charge you for one bag if it is within the acceptable weight.  So I paid $0 for checked luggage.  Second, the seats are so comfortable, I did not even feel I was traveling on an airplane (unlike my experience last week). Thirdly, there is so much legroom, you feel as if you are traveling first class.  They give you a free drink and a free snack.  For the first time in my lifetime, I enjoyed flying.  During my trip back to Raleigh from Boston, they gave me a bag of chips.  The potatoes in the bag were naturally blue in color.  It just happened that one piece looked like a heart (see above).  I am in love with Jet Blue.  Next time I am traveling anywhere, I will check first with Jet Blue.  They are from now on my first choice.  It was love from the first sight.  By the way, I do not have any personal financial benefits from Jet Blue nor any member of my family works for them.  From now on Jet Blue is my family's airline.  I am going to tell everybody I know how wonderful Jet Blue was.  You need to experience it yourself first hand to know what I am talking about.

Friday, May 6, 2011

"T" Line Ticket

"T" Lines (Boston, MA)

The cost for riding the subway (known as the "T") in Boston, Massachusetts used to be 25 cents in 1979 when I lived there.  Last week, I visited Boston and one ticket was $2.  Not a bad increase in a period of 32 years.

Sunday, October 3, 2010

A New Poll on BMP

We began today a new poll on Botanical Medicine Posts (BMP). This with respect to a proposed meeting for the Bloggers in the area of Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM). Even if you are not a Blogger in CAM but interested to participate, please respond to the poll. The poll will end on December 10, 2010 at midnight. Depending on the interest we will or will not meet in Boston, MA next year. Thank you for participating. BMP

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Blogs Meetup

Recently, bloggers with blogs pertaining to dads gathered in a "national" meeting to discuss the topic of "being a dad". I wonder if those of us in the Alternative and Complementary blogs would like to do the same. If you read this post, please respond to my call for a "national" meeting of us, the CAM bloggers (or all who are interested in this area), somewhere in the USA. I propose Boston, Massachusetts to be the site for our first meeting. Let us Plan for a meeting in June of 2011. Please let me know by leaving me a comment on this post. If there is enough interest, perhaps we could initiate a Planning Committee to oversee this meeting.

Bible Dates (The Orthodox Study Bible)

Genesis (Moses) (During Israel's forty years of wandering in the wilderness-the period between crossing the Red Sea and the entrance into Canaan)

Exodus (Moses) (During Israel's forty years of wandering in the wilderness-the period between crossing the Red Sea and the entrance into Canaan)

Leviticus (Moses) (The period during the sojourn at Mt. Sinai)

Numbers (Moses) (Following the exodus from Egypt)

Deuteronomy (Moses) (Near the end of Moses' life and before the entrance into Canaan)

Joshua (Joshua) (600 BC)

The Book of Judges (Samuel) (Three centuries after Israel entered Canaan and covers the period of these centuries)

Ruth (Unknown) (1300 BC)

The First Book of the Kingdoms (Samuel) (1070-970 BC)

The Second Book of the Kingdoms (Samuel) (971-890 BC)

The Third Book of the Kingdoms (Jeremiah) (600-550 BC)

The Fourth Book of the Kingdoms (Jeremiah and Others) (651-609)

The First Book of the Chronicles (Ezra) (450 BC)

The Second Book of the Chronicles (Ezra) ( 450 BC)

The First Book of Ezra (Uncertain) (150 BC)

The Second Book of Ezra (Ezra) (538-410 BC)

The Book of Nehemiah (Nehemiah) (445-425 BC)

The Book of Tobit (Unknown) (400-200 BC)

The Book of Judith (Unknown) (135-105 BC)

The Book of Esther (Mordecai) (450 BC)

The First Book of the Maccabees (Unknown) (104 BC)

The Second Book of the Maccabees (Unknown) (124 BC)

The Book of Psalms (David) (1000-several centuries thereafter)

The Book of Job (Unknown) (1600 BC)

The Proverbs (Solomon) (970-931 BC)

The Book of Ecclesiastes (Solomon) (935 BC)

The Song of Songs (Solomon) (965-960 BC)

The Wisdom of Solomon (Unknown) (30-10 BC)

The Wisdom of Sirach (Jesus of Sirach) (180 BC)

The Book of Hosea (Hosea) (750 BC)

The Book of Amos (Amos) (754 BC)

The Book of Micah (Micah) (Before 720 BC)

The Book of Joel (Joel) (740 BC)

The Book of Obadiah (Obadiah) (587 BC)

The Book of Jonah (Jonah) (784-772 BC)

The Book of Nahum (Nahum) (663-612 BC)

The Book of Habakkuk (Habakkuk) (605 BC)

The Book of Zephaniah (Zephaniah) (627-625 BC)

The Book of Haggai (520 BC)

The Book of Zachariah (Zechariah) (520-480 BC)

The Book of Malachi (Malachi) (500-350 BC)

The Book of Isaiah (Isaiah) (745-680 BC)

The Book of Jeremiah (Jeremiah) (627-582 BC)

The Book of Baruch (Baruch) (After 586 BC)

The Lamentation of Jeremiah (Jeremiah) (October 587-December 587 BC)

The Epistle of Jeremiah (Jeremiah) (597 BC-Exile to Babylon)

The Book of Ezekiel (Ezekiel) (595-572 BC)

The Book of Daniel (Daniel) (605-530 BC)

The Book of Matthew (Matthew) (50-70 AD)

The Book of Mark (Mark) (70 AD)

The Book of Luke (Luke) (70-80 AD)

The Book of John (John) (96 AD)

The Book of Acts (Luke) (75-85 AD)

The Book of Romans (St. Paul) (55-57 AD)

The First Book of the Corinthians (St. Paul) (55 AD)

The Second Book of the Corinthians (St. Paul) (55 AD)

The Book of Galatians (St. Paul) (Uncertain)

The Book of Ephesians (St. Paul) (61-63 AD)

The Book of Philippians (St. Paul) (61-63 AD)

The Book of Colossians (St. Paul) (61-63 AD)

The First Book of Thessalonians (St. Paul) (50-51 AD)

The Second Book of Thessalonians (St. Paul) (51 AD)

The First Book of Timothy (St. Paul) (64-65 AD)

The Second Book of Timothy (St. Paul) (65-67 AD)

The Book of Titus (St. Paul) (63-65 AD)

The Book of Philemon (St. Paul) (61-63 AD)

The Book of Hebrews (St. Paul) (70 AD)

The Book of James (James) (55-60 AD)

The First Book of Peter (Peter) (50-67 AD)

The Second Book of Peter (Peter) (63-67 AD)

The First Book of John (John) (90-95 AD)

The Second Book of John (John) (90-95 AD)

The Third Book of John (John) (90-95 AD)

The Book of Jude (Jude) (60-80 AD)

The Book of the Revelation (John) (81-96 AD)

Dates

March 31, 2014 (Pass)-59.5
September 30, 2017 (Pass)-62
March 31, 2019-63.5
September 30, 2020-65
May 31, 2021-65.67
November 30, 2021-66.17*
May 31, 2022-66.67
December 31, 2022-67.25
May 31, 2023-67.67
December 31, 2023-68.25
May 31, 2024-68.67
December 31, 2024-69.25
May 31, 2025-69.67
September 30, 2025-70
December 31, 2025-70.25
May 31, 2026-70.67


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