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About Liam Day

Liam Day has been a youth worker, teacher, campaign manager, political pundit, communications director, and professional basketball player. His poems have appeared at Slow Trains Apt, and Wilderness House Literary Review. His op-eds and essays have appeared in Annalemma Stymie, the Boston Globe and Boston Herald. He lives in Boston, where he works as a public health professional. He is the Sports Editor at The Good Men Project. You can follow him on Twitter at @LiamDay7.

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  1. Tuesday Dave says:

    Let me be the first to offer a comment on this new tax concept. I must say that I find Mr. Day’s commentary empowering and well-directed. His frame of reference is broad and he knows how to turn a phrase. I’d also like to propose taxing the Patriots’ secondary and definitely extending this whole concept to the political arena. We clearly need to figure out a way to tax those bastards when they get nothing done. Make this guy your sports editor.

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