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  • Blue Stellar Object, a radio-quiet quasar

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  • That's the grand scale, but it starts at home — so if you're starting with the assumption "the BSO is overpaid" as the basis for an economic argument, that should be a big red flag against everything that follows.

    In the ballpark

  • I'm not one to say the BSO is excellent because it's expensive, and I can't say for sure that Boston freelancers are every bit as good as their BSO counterparts, or make any claims for Boston's acting community.

    In the ballpark

  • Okay, the BSO is not overpaid - unless all the other overpaid players are overpaid.

    In the ballpark

  • You keep saying that, unless I think the BSO is overpaid, I'm some kind of snob, but you yourself are a snob from the other end, and I don't put any more moral stock in populist snobbery than elitist snobbery.

    In the ballpark

  • (I've been generally intrigued by a persistent sense that people feel justified in believing the BSO is terrific precisely because it's so expensive.)

    In the ballpark

  • The BSO is also honoring retiring harpist Ann Hobson Pilot with a John Williams commission and an October farewell.

    The Boston Sound

  • Next season, the BSO is premiering a new symphony by John Harbison, and I'll bet money that's how it will be described in the press release: "a new symphony by John Harbison," not "the new John Harbison symphony."

    Indicate precisely what you're trying to say

  • In their effort to bring in a younger crowd, the BSO is turning to a band that was formed prior to the birth of the entire TMC student body.

    Still They Ride

  • Suggest that if your BSO is a job’s worth notice if his mobile phone is charging in his office – registered for PAT testing? hmmmm on September 4, 2007 at 3: 45 pm | Reply whichendbites

    Nanny Knows Best « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • “Suggest that if your BSO is a job’s worth notice if his mobile phone is charging in his office – registered for PAT testing? hmmmm”

    Nanny Knows Best « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

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