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So Boston was a good place to live in the 1600 and 1700’s. It was closer to Europe than other landing spots. The people were kind and intelligent (our founding fathers). It had lovely paths for wagons and horses. Air conditioning had not been invented and it did not matter in Boston. Now it is a place where you have to wear a hooded sweatshirt in June. Traveling back to Europe is much less important nowadays. Those wagon paths have become a unredeemable twisting maze of one-way streets. And everyone in Boston thinks they are better than you. Why would anyone want to live there? Simmons lives in LA.

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