The columnist wants to know how you would improve the city.

Contrary to your ability to respond to anything I write on the internet, I do not, by and large, care what most people think. I write essays, not surveys. More, I wrote between 450 to 2000 words and you fired off a catty one-liner that still managed to have spelling errors. So my commitment typically ends with “send.” That said, I’d like to take a different tack this week in my usual interrogation of what Columbus is and isn’t.

I’d actually like us all to take a meeting, right here, right now.

I know: Meetings suck. But consider: Every meeting has the potential to change the world until it starts. Also, this one is different from other meetings. First, you can stay in your pajamas for this meeting. Plus, while we will have to communicate, we do not have to actually speak to one another. This is great because we don’t have to listen to each other against our wills, but it will make the work a little harder because we have to write everything we wish to convey. Nuance is not social media’s chief asset. In any event, if you’ve read this far then we have quorum, so let’s dive in. There is only one agenda item:


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