We all pretty well understand that New York is better than Boston at many things — theater, culture, nightlife, cramming people into places you never thought people could live. But little did we know.
Speaking of subways, have you ever wondered why in New York the subways are identified by letters and numbers, while in Boston they go by colors? Could it be that when they built their systems, people in New York could actually read and count? Just asking.
Considering the column doesn’t even have a single "Sully" reference, I can’t give it any better than a B+.