Am I the only one that enjoys watching people kick the living sh*t out of each other over some cheap TV’s? Maybe I just enjoy the greed factor…. Isn’t it funny how we go from being thankful and showing all out charity to being complete …
Month: November 2013
So my buddy Ben calls me up and is like “Dude…we gotta help Dot Rats take better care of their cahs.” and I’m like “your absolutely right…there’s some pretty busted looking cahs driving around the hood these days…..it’s embarrassing. But how do you suggest we solve this epidemic doobie?” and he’s like “WTF dude? Send em to my shop.”
Actually, Ben Cochran has been a close friend of mine for 20 years. One day while working for Blue Cross Blue Shield over in Quincy he decided he wanted to work for himself and build his own detailing business. A lot of people thought he was crazy to walk away from such a good job. It wasn’t always easy, but through his excellent work and loyal customers, Ben has built Cochran Auto Detailing into one of the best detailing shops around. It’s been a decade and he now owns 2 locations in Weymouth.
He’s even worked with the Red Sox a few occasions.
Ben understands the science behind keeping your automobile at showroom condition. He has literally immersed himself in his trade over the years and deals with latest technologies in car finishes, interiors and window tinting. This is not a car wash that sells detailing services as a secondary option….these are true professionals.
Go in and mention that you’re a Dot Rat and they will give you 25 bucks off any services over 150…..including gift cards. You can also purchase gift cards through the website. Enter coupon code : dotrat25 to receive your discount.
Now….get your @sses down to Ben and clean your cahs!
I’m thinking of the Donohue family this morning. I know they have waited very long time for this day. I can only imagine the things they have wanted to say and I’m sure they have all played it out a million times in their heads. I like the way they have carried themselves over the years even when our government failed them. They have always called that man for what he is…..a murderer and a coward.
I hope the younger crowd has learned from your experience and stops glorifying that lifestyle.
You are all Dorchester Strong….
It’s pretty obvious he won because he’s a Dot Rat first and foremost. If it sounds like I’m gloating, it’s because I am. I’m extremely psyched for this guy and I think the example he’s put forth will inspire a whole new generation of Dorchester kids to look at public service as a career.
But let me give you the rest of the list…and maybe someone out there can learn a thing or two.
- Marty never forgot where he came from.
- I have never heard of an instance where Martin Walsh slandered someone to advance his own cause. Integrity like that is rare these days….
- He never shied away from his union background and refused to be ashamed of it even when people painted it as his Achilles heel. (See line 1) A solid and accountable union is never a bad thing for this country, regardless of the propaganda fat cats put out there.
- While education is important, you cannot run your campaign on only one platform. You have to be dynamic, a political renaissance man of sorts to run a major US city. Martin’s years of service at the State House have exposed him to a variety of issues that made him stand out from the other candidates when fielding questions. Bostonians want solutions and ideas, not bullsh*t read from a cue card or repeated answers from other candidates.
- Martin’s life experiences have served him well and is path to recovery has shaped him in ways few can truly grasp. He’s led a clean life and he’s always answered the call for those on their own path, without looking for anything in return. When you live your life in this manner things tend to come full circle. Helping people is never a bad thing…..
- His hair was way better than Connolly’s and he held his head straight. I’m sorry, but that tilted head sh*t was just weird man.
If I think of anything else I will let you know…
You stay classy Dorchester!