, Salem, MA


January 9, 2014

Letter: Stop pretending, live in reality

To the editor:

Two average people ran for mayor of Boston.

The Boston Red Sox won the World Series but not for you.

They play for money.

The mayor-seekers play for prestige, not making important changes.

Why should there be changes anyway?

Let’s live in reality.

Let’s give up pretending it’s for us this or that happens.

Here’s to a better us, the secret us.

Malcolm Miller


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