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Mon Apr 21, 2014, 03:38 PM Apr 2014

A New Yorker on Boylston Street.

I am a life long New Yorker currently located in Boston. I work on Steve Grossman's campaign (a candidate for governor of Mass) Being a New Yorker, today hit very close to home for me for obvious reasons.

I felt like I needed to go to watch the race and support the people running, so from about 1-4 I was behind a 2nd security barrier about 20 feet from Boylston where the race was going on.

It was amazing to see the resiliency of the people of this city. To all native Bostonians despite any difference we might have on subjects that are not appropriate for this thread New Yorkers stand with you.

Boston Strong

A New Yorker on Boylston Street. (Original Post) iandhr Apr 2014 OP
Yeah but ... Maine-i-acs Apr 2014 #1
yup otherone Apr 2014 #2
Well, he might not have had time to run out and get the ketchup to put on the socks. HERVEPA Apr 2014 #3
That's where I draw the line. iandhr Apr 2014 #4
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