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Boston-The Hack

"I'm not going far," the man said apologetically, giving me the name of a church a little more than a mile away. Short, long distance, it doesn't ...

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    boston-thehack.blogspot.com 31 Dec '15, 6am

    Where oh where is the Chicken Man? Better yet, who is the Chicken Man? Well, I know the ubiquitous Chicken Man...he is an enterprising, fearless, risk-taking, ambitious, soul man. He is the creator of "Mobile I", the chicken-mobile. He designed it, he engineered it, he produced it and...

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    boston-thehack.blogspot.com 31 Aug '12, 2pm

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    boston-thehack.blogspot.com 14 Sep '12, 3am

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    boston-thehack.blogspot.com 25 Sep '12, 9pm

    "I'm not going far," the man said apologetically, giving me the name of a church a little more than a mile away. Short, long distance, it doesn't make a difference to me. You don't get to pick and choose your fares. "How long will it take?" he asked. He had an accent from somewhere el...

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    boston-thehack.blogspot.com 31 Oct '12, 5pm

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