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A Boston that hates the Patriots

BOSTON, Ind. - It is ghostly quiet. The only sound is the slapping of a vinyl shingle against the side of one of the small, charmless houses on Salem Street.

There are no sirens or street closings here, no sign at all of Super Bowl XLVI, which takes place Sunday in Indianapolis, 80 miles of pitted highway west of the grain elevators and gun shops that dot this part of the Hoosier State.

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