On December 24, 1961, six-year old Fast Eddie was interviewed in the Journal American newspaper and asked “What did you ask Santa to bring you this Christmas? He replied: “Nothing. I’m afraid of Santa Claus unless my sister is with me. I guess I’ll get something anyway. I’d like to get an electric train set, but I was afraid to ask him. Besides I wasn’t a good boy. I forget what I did but I know it wasn’t good. I think I didn’t look when I crossed the street.”
Fifty years later, I still conveniently forget what I did when I know it wasn’t good.
Missed you, Eddie. Good to have you back.
I remember you when!
Merry Christmas, I’m happy to see that you’re back writing!
Your sister will always be there to protect you and remind you of the bad things you conveniently forget!
Happy to see this. Missed You!!
Ed, Good to see you back in the game