a Bostonian trying to explain

Margaret Ball margaret at onr.com
Thu Oct 28 10:38:53 EDT 2004


>
>
>What is a world in which the Boston Red
>Sox don't choke at season's end?
>

(1) possibly a world in which a Democrat can be elected (something that 
seems equally unlikely from this place that is surrounded by hundreds of 
miles of Texas in all directions)
(2) A world that has just lost a useful phrase from the language. That 
is, I assume New Englanders will no longer express pessimism by saying, 
"Good luck to you and the Boston Red Sox."

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Margaret Ball
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