Is there a room large enough to hold all the people running for at-large council seats?

We'll find out Tuesday when the Wards 4 and 5 Democratic committees host a forum for all 15 people running for the four at-large seats on the city council this fall. Ross Levanto reports the forum starts at 7 p.m. at the Community Church of Boston, 565 Boylston St. in the Back Bay.

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    I'm still not certain

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    After close to two decades, judging from his public posts, I couldn't be sure he's real, rather than an AI Lab hack.

    However, old MIT-internal emails from those addresses tend to be more coherent, and suggest someone with a conscious sense of whimsy.

    I think I once gave him a flashlight. Delivered through campus mail.

    It's not that hard!

    Why do candidates feel they have to have blogs?? It's not a requirement, by any means.

    Candidates, if you're going to have one, you have to update, daily if possible. It's that simple.

    Here's a sample entry, to help you out:

    Today I visited an old people's home in South Boston. We ate lunch together. Old people are important to me. We need old people to be able to get adequate affordable health care. We need to protect our old people. I look forward to meeting more old people, in the weeks ahead. Tonight I am speaking in front of the Knights of Columbus in West Roxbury. Please come.

    Jiminy Cricket, have your brother do it. Or a co-worker during lunch. Write them all up now, before the real campaigning begins.

    Well John your bolg

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    Well John your bolg obviously helped in your recent campaign.