Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Boston Herald Again Today


The Boston Herald is my friend.

My piece on the Winter Olympics

I like the Boston Herald.

My piece on the Winter Olympics

When I was hungry, the Herald fed me.

My piece on the Winter Olympics

All of the above.

My piece on the Winter Olympics

Yep. Thanks, my editor (who is too nice to be mentioned by name and thus have her reputation dragged through the mud via association with a disreputable character such as myself.)

My piece on the Winter Olympics

I could keep going, but you have better things to do with your life. For instance, you could go read...

My piece on the Winter Olympics

And I thank you.

Soon, with more better stuff.


15 comments:

Michelle H. said...

I'm sorry. You had what published where? ;-)

Karen said...

Great!!

Lil said...

Did you perhaps write a piece on the winter olympics for the Boston Herald?

Buck said...

I like the Herald's new commenting system a LOT better. It recognized me right away and I didn't have to do that log-in thing, which I ALWAYS hate.

You were a goalie? I guess that fits... ;-)

Daryl said...

i heard a rumor you had another article published is that true, if so why didnt you put a link in your blog

Maggie May said...

Are you trying to tell us something???????
You ought to advertise it more clearly!!!!!
Maggie x

Nuts in May

Pat - Arkansas said...

Jim! I see you've got an article on the Winter Olympics in the Boston Herald! Why didn't you tell us? Are we always the LAST to know? -- Pat

P.S. I'd vote for snowball fights.

joeh said...

When do you get your own column?

The Geezers said...

Congratulations, again. Time for them to put you on staff, I think.

(not necessarily your) Uncle Skip, said...

I saw that some fella named Jim Sullivan had an article in the Boston Herald.
Is he any relation?

The Broad said...

So, what's the Boston Herald, anyway? ;-)

OldAFSarge said...

What, only six links to your article in the Herald?

Craig said...

Subtle, Jim. REEEEAAAALLL subtle. . .

What I wanna know is, howcumizzit that there's no Downhill Radio Flyer event in the Winter Olympics.

And I remember '64 and '68, a young fella named Terry McDermott, from just down the road from my home town, won gold and silver medals in speedskating. Instantly, everyone in town, myself included, had a pair of speedskates. The city fathers flooded the football field, and voila! - we were all speedskaters. To this day, I get frustrated when I take the kids skating, 'cuz all the rental skates are either hockey skates or figure skates, and I run out of blade before my instinctive, long, speedskating stroke is finished. . .

Chris said...

Oh, man, I would TOTALLY pay to watch the Snowball Fight event. Men's team, Women's team . . . regulation-sized snowball molds in every team's officially regulated snow fort. Kind of like dodgeball with snow. No ice balls, no slush balls, no "rock-in-the-center-for-added-impact" (I grew up on the east coast too). And think of the cross-sport possibility, and international stars. Is Daniel Bard American? Try dodging Clayton Kershaw's "snow curve."

Love it.

Hilary said...

Congrats on getting another one published. Fun stuff. :)