Walsh likes to come down to earth with his best pal, a Dublin postman earning one thirtieth of his salary.
Walsh likes to prepare his materials and mental energies ahead of time.
Walsh likes to play golf, which he played at CM in seventh- and eighth grade.
Walsh likes to invert values and stresses of his foes.
Walsh likes to be seen as having spent his political life trying to curtail sectional biases in policy-making.
Walsh likes to use the draft to fill the two toughest positions on the floor, center and point guard...
Walsh likes to cook in her West Town apartment.
Walsh likes to walk (2 miles a day), travel to the beach, read, and participate in church activities.
Walsh likes to tell people about one of her earliest experiences as a Republican in San Francisco.
Walsh likes to point out that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change predicts air travel will only contribute 3% of global CO2 emissions by 2050
Walsh likes to donate money to charities and politicians and like everyone else dislikes taxes especially real estate taxes.
Walsh likes to make light of his bumpy start at the UK giant.
Walsh likes to describe his record shop as the result of 40 years of collecting.
Walsh likes to talk.
Walsh likes to call the concept behind Kevin’s World “pop-up retail”...
Walsh "likes to use a knife." (Just for cooking! Really! Cooking!)
Walsh likes to read, travel, cook, and garden when she's not teaching.
Walsh likes to set his sprightly, low-budget movies -- the 1996 cult favorite Ed's Next Move and now Pipe Dream, opening here Friday -- in Manhattan.
Walsh likes to snowboard, water ski, bike ride, and write music.
Walsh likes to work with Bobby Donlon. So do I. So do a lot of other people.
Walsh likes to quip that "nobody said life would be easy."
The results for "Christopher likes to" and "Chris likes to" weren't all that interesting. "Christ likes to," on the other hand... *awaits lightning bolt for Googling that*