Gertrude Stein (1874–1946)
One year year ago, Porcupine celebrated his First Blogoversary with this post - HERE . While renewing his thanks to Walter Brooks, and once again recommending his blog friends, Porcupine realizes that many newer readers - especially on Blue Mass Group - perhaps have not seen his earlier posts. So, these are the ones of which Porcupine is particularly proud.
Town Meeting Time celebrates that most essential of New England institutions, and is especially appropriate for this time of year.
A Pamet Divorce is about the possible future ramifications of wastewater and taxes on the radically different Upper and Outer Cape, and a possible solution.
Where You Eat, As The Saying Goes offers a solution to red tide, the potable water crisis and MWRA exploitation of Cape Cod.
While many posts center upon Cape Cod, Porcupine also ventures further afield, as in this post about Nation Building. This post, dealing with Ewing's Sarcoma and medical research remains as the top post written, still receiving hits after almost two years.
And, as we head into Election Season, Porcupine meditates upon the nature of a successful President.
And last - Cheers to the bloggers of BlueMass Group, of Red Mass Group, of the Wide Awakes, and every other soul who bravely offers Unpoliced Conversation!