Dear Sir,

IT is late afternoon in Boston and the temperature has made it all the way up to 6 degrees farenheit.
The coast is a lot warmer than the inland suburbs. Cold records of over a hundred years are falling across New England.
You can drive across the Charles River the ice is so thick.
The footall play off game tomorrow will be played with a wind chill factor of minus 25 degrees farenheit. (You couldn't pay me to take a ticket.)
Gee, I wish I was in Majorca worrying with Ray Fleming about global warming, a politically correct myth refuted by scientists around the world. Wake up smell the coffee (iced, that is).

Ralph McGaughey
Boston, Ma, United States of Arctica