Good Cheer in 2012 

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This is a late Happy New Year to City Weekly, but better late than completely forget about writing.

I wanted to thank you for 2011 and all the good and enjoyable reading you provided me. Recently, the “Annie Day” column [Dec. 29, City Weekly], was right on the bull’s eye, and the satire by D.P. Sorensen is always entertaining. I especially enjoy the Brother Mit ones.

I will note, however, that the cover page by Ms. Kruithof on Dec. 29 pretty much summed up the year. It might have been a bleary look back at 2011, but it certainly cheered me up that Wednesday.

J.H. Thompson

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