'When St. Peter and Paul's Church closed and was bought by a private developer, there was a lot of resistance from South Boston residents. Not only was their beloved church closing, but it was being turned into something anathema to this working-class neighborhood: luxury condominiums.
As the Boston Archdiocese prepares to put 60 church properties up for sale, developers and real estate brokers predict they will be scooped up for condominiums, a trendy re-use for churches with a hot market right now.
"Huge, huge, huge, huge, huge," said Peter LaBranche, a real estate agent at Prudential Edna Krantz in Newton, where two churches are to be closed. "They'll sell in a heartbeat, overnight, in 10 minutes."'
The article didn't mention it, but the guy probably looked like this as he was talking:
I have found it helpful to do the stretching exercises my physical therapist recommends. Do some core strengthening exercises, such as the ones highlighted at The Mayo Clinic. By keeping your core strong, your back won't put itself in a position to cause that sciatica pain you are having.