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Clinton & Clark Kent

Hi, Stanley Gershbein (It’s Only My Opinion), not to worry about Superman.

No problemo. Even though AT & T has discontinued maintaining its telephone booths, in the future Clark Kent won’t have any problems about changing his attire to become Superman or going back to becoming his civilian self, since he can use the new portable lavatories the city has installed around town as a cover before and after he goes into action.

I got a chuckle out of Hillary’s Bosnia lies being explained away as her having “misspoken” in your latest column. I’ll have to try that on my wife the next time I get caught fudging the truth, not that I think she’d buy that.

Keep up the good fight and as always, thanks for another informative column.

Emil Maricondo

Sheepshead Bay

Stanley Gershbein Responds

Hiya Emil,

It’s no nice hearing from you again.

Before that flick where Superman changed his motto it used to be “Truth, Justice and the American Way.” I’m certain that he’ll still find a way to do his thing and save the world.

Hillary is another story. I’m not sure if she can ever find a way out of her credibility problem. This leaves my friends on the left with their super-sized problem

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