A dose of his own medicine, or, my son never writes


To the editor:

Amazingly, people can do the strangest things. For example, I just have finished  looking over more than seventy “Retro-Blog” columns written by Keith McLendon and published in the Sun from 2009 to this year. In his essays, McLendon has covered such diverse topics as the rules for waving at people in Saratoga (8-4-10), time flying like arrows (11-10-10), craving grilled cheese (7-11-12), licensing pressure cookers (4-24-13), and smelling road cones (5-28-14). On a more personal level, he has praised his mother (5-8-13) and declared his father “sadistic” (10-3-12). Ho...

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