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Mean to Mayor Luke? II |

Mean to Mayor Luke? II

| Wednesday, January 31, 2007 12:00 a.m

Congratulations, Pittsburgh!

You now have a mayor who manages to garble the title of a comedy by Shakespeare (the latter being a well-known playwright): “Much to do about nothing,” Mayor Ravenstahl said (“Ravenstahl admits to scrape but denies using his political sway,” Jan. 19 and


But Mr. Ravenstahl also can mangle the English language when speaking on his own, as in his recollection of certain events at Heinz Field some months ago: “Myself and everybody else that was in the front of the line at that point … .”

Perhaps your readers can look forward to more notable remarks from this source.

Barbara N. BaurShadyside

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