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Damon is not who I was thinking of but email confirmation that shows that and you can win, too. Another hint: This person – the Fenway beer seller – has a day job as a speech therapist in a school.
Goldstein Goes Wild?
A guess. A hunch: Mike Goldstein.
Keep the guesses coming and I’ll respond when I see a correct one. It’s not Goldstein Gone Wild or any other Goldstein for that matter. But, another hint, Goldstein did have dinner with this person Monday night…
My sister drinks beer at Red Sox games, doesn’t sell it.
Wait a minute. I don’t have a sister. But if I did, that’s what she would do. And she wouldn’t be a speech therapist. She’d be a retired supermodel.
Does she sell the premium $8.50 beer or the $6.50 swill?
Mike, didn’t you have dinner with Rotherham Monday? Hmmmm
Or Jesse Solomon.
Don’t know. Go Tigers.
Friggin no Papelbon.
Jay Greene or Thomas Payzant
Celine Coggins (she told me!)