At Least With 'Metro' You Have The Option Of Not Taking It

An old person writes:

I first read your paper, the Sun, when I moved into a new apartment. I immediately decided that it was the paper for me. It has all the news, and the art section is great, but most of all, it can be read and pretty well covered at breakfast time. Also, the articles in the Sun are very well written.

I am Howard Dean's mother, and when Howard comes to visit, which is about every two weeks, he reads it too.

ANDREE DEAN

Ah, yes, the many nice things about switching apartments in Manhattan: the fresh coat of paint, the chance to explore a new neighborhood, and the free copy of The New York Sun that arrives unbidden to your door every day until you move and the cycle begins again. Still, nice to know that Howard Dean spends time with his mom.

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