Time to Get Back to Bashing Boston

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I can't think of a better way to describe the events at Fenway Park on Saturday than simply to point out that it was so moving that the head of the freaking Federal Communications Committee was touched. Do you know how difficult it is to get anyone at that place to show even a modicum of human emotion or humor? OK, fine, the FCC has gotten a little better since the Tipper Gore/PMRC days -- it's even getting a bit more lax and reasonable, by design -- but still, when the FCC decides to publicly stand behind a guy who just said "f---ing" on national television, we are all, at last, on the same team.



David Ortiz's "this is our f---ing city" rallying cry was just the start of an amazing day on Saturday at Fenway Park, the day after Boston bombing...

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