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Later, Mrs. Mallard moved to West Roxbury, where she had fewer problems crossing the street

Channel 5 posts photos of a duck and her ducklings crossing the street at Centre and Alaric today.

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There are street signs in one of the photos: Centre and Alaric

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So busy concentrating on the ducks, I missed those completely!

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I do believe that is Centre St, between Alaric and Autumn.

http://maps.google.com/maps?f=q&source=s_q&hl=en&q...

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Yes, you can see the Centre/Alaric St. signs in one of the photos

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There's a street corner with (shocking for MA) both the streets marked.

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Admittedly, I wasn't sure where it was exactly until I saw the street signs in the second to last photo. Looks like they were on Alaric St headed towards Centre St. Alaric is pretty quiet, right behind the funeral home and a couple stores at the corner of Spring and Centre. Hopefully they stayed off Centre since that is a busy road!

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Looks like LaGrange street just past Blanchards

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I clicked through to that and there was a big sidebar thing asking me to visit them to determine whether I have alcohol dependence.

http://1smootshort.blogspot.com

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The Internet just knows.

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They gave *me* an ad, "Find 7 of the Best Part-Time Jobs."

Arguably on-target, except it linked to a "mainstreet.com" piece that advocated selling Amway, becoming a receptionist, or going part-time into a specialty requiring training and/or certification (e.g., Tax Preparer, Substitute Teacher).

I'd say that *the Internet* is the one with the drinking problem.

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Boston Mayoral candidate Michael Flaherty seized the opportunity to hold a mid-day press conference in which he criticized Mayor Menino for once again putting city geese in danger and vowed to "make the community safer for our ducks".

Local fowl unions are set to endorse Flaherty sometime next week.

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They are still too chicken. All the same, Flaherty should still be able to pullet off.

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