Boston: City of Errorism

Alright so this is semi-stale bread. Get over it.

After The Great Err Affair, my belief that Bostonites were as dumb as an empty soup can were cemented – nea- ironized (my paragraph, my jibberish!). Apparently that wasn’t good enough for them, and they had to make sure they went down in the record books (not just the Hello Kitty one I keep under my pillow) as off-the-charts ignorant.

Police Blow Up Suspicious Device In Boston

(WBZ) BOSTON There were some tense moments in Boston’s financial district Wednesday morning as police were forced to blow up a suspicious device.

The bomb squad shut down busy Devonshire Street after someone spotted a green box chained to a no parking sign.

The box turned out to be some kind of traffic counting device and was completely harmless.

The question I want answered is this: does this mean Turner gets their $1m back?

Source: WBZTV

2 Comments so far

  1. codymc (unregistered) on March 5th, 2007 @ 10:42 am

    I think it was 2 mill AND someone lost their job. I’m such not a Boston fan (horrible horrible business trip a couple years ago is the main contributor of that)

  2. Maigh (unregistered) on March 5th, 2007 @ 10:44 am

    Turner paid $1m, the ad company paid $1m and Samples voluntarily resigned.

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