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I have a bittersweet announcement this morning. This is my last day at WPRI. I'm moving to Philadelphia to be with my fiancée. I've had an amazing time here in southern New England over the past two years. I've covered incredible stories like the Boston marathon bombing, the Red Sox World Series title, and the Aaron Hernandez murder case. Thanks to all for the support. I'll update you guys when the next step in my journey happens. Thanks!
The bad thing about the end of the year is the year-end in reviews and reading about the Red Sox World Series victory. While I emphasize with the whole situation surrounding the marathon bombings, the bottom line is that I am sick of the good folks of New England beating up on us poor Midwest bumpkins (the 2004 and the 2013 World Series and the 2001 Super Bowl). I want redemption!!
13 Sayings Only People From New England Can Understand Melia Robinson Dec. 2, 2013, 10:05 AM 727,752 347 in Share . 68 Email More boston red sox World Series 2013 Jared Wickerham/Getty New England, the birthplace of the American Revolution and home to crazed sports fans. New Englanders have a certain way of saying things. In Yankee country, we call remote controls "clickers," traffic circles "rotaries," and subs "grinders." Mainers tack unnecessary "r"s onto words, like idear, while Bostonians drop 'em all together. It's wicked weeeahd. And don't even try pronouncing Worcester if you're "from away." Inspired by Business Insider's recent lists of Southern slang and Midwestern expressions the rest of America doesn't understand, here are 13 New England sayings that will inspire you to visit Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Connecticut*, and Rhode Island. Settle in with a cup of Dunk's and enjoy. 1. "Wicked." A dead giveaway that you're talking to a New Englander, "wicked" is a general intensi .. ...
Got this from an old friend and just had to share: Things not on the list, but should have been . Ipswich fried clams, top cut hot dog rolls*, Mystic River Bridge, 44 Hanover Street, Curt Gowdy, Fred Cusick and Johnny Most. VETS FIELD * Cant buy top cut hot dog rolls outside of New England for grilling. MASSACHUSETTS FOLKS WILL UNDERSTAND ! 1. The Red Sox World Series win was, and will always be, one of the greatest moments in your life. 2. The guy driving in front of you is going 70 mph and you're swearing at him for going too slow. 3. When ordering a tonic, you mean a Coke. 4. You went to Canobie Lake Park, Whalom Park or Paragon Park as a kid. And maybe Pleasure Island. 5. You actually enjoy driving around rotaries. 6. You do not recognize the letter 'R' as a part of the English language. 7. Your social security number starts with a zero. 8. You can actually find your way around the streets of Boston. 9. You know what a 'regular' coffee is. 10. You keep an ice scraper in your car year-round. 11. You ca ...
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