1. Ryan says

    A better video would have made fun of how badly we pronounce our own towns. Haverhill is pronounced Hav-rill, for example.

    You do not want to guess how we pronounce Gloucester, Worcester, Billerica, sometimes Swampscott (depending on the person) and so on and so forth.

    Also, we have a town named Cummington, which is most famous for a type of mineral that was discovered there… called Cumingtonite. That sounds like good sequel material, if you ask me.

  2. gwrightg says

    small point–
    the building called City Hall is actually “the Old State House” which was the Provincial Capitol for the British colony of Massachusetts Bay Colony.

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