You can only fool some of the Globe columnists some of the time

Last month, as you may recall, a syndicated columnist the Globe runs got caught sincerely answering a question based on a Seinfeld episode. Somebody tried the same shtik on Miss Conduct, but she was having none of it (second question).

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Writers for the globe read

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Writers for the globe read children's books? Sounds about right, hedge fund Henrys globe only looks like a real paper compared to the Herald. Sad after watching spotlight to read the globe today and see what it has become...sports and a poorly written stories about how Charlie Baker is the greatest and Boston should do whatever is best for carburbinites who visit/work here.

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I don't know what this means

I don't know what this means and I got that the story being told paralleled Harry's but it didn't click that it was a complete spoof until you pointed it out here.

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Why bother?

Yeah, it's kinda funny, but why waste the space on a fake submission, when I'm sure there are plenty of real ones?

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As a warning?

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That she's on to these young whippersnappers and to just cut it the heck out right this second?

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