Author Archives: fast eddie

The Post Office

The US Postal Service is struggling. The current economic climate, set against the backdrop of a rapidly changing business environment due to advances in technology and communications, has resulted in severe declines in the volume of traditional mail. But in our Hamptons community, the Post … Continue reading

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Pumpkin Picking

We went pumpkin picking today. Pumpkin picking can be very stressful for someone (me) with an obsessive-compulsive personality. Particularly when doing it with someone (my daughter) who can’t make decisions. For me, anything worth doing is worth overdoing. My daughter can’t decide which pair of pajamas … Continue reading

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The King of King’s Road (15)

(continued from The King of King’s Road (14)) After the homeless man slept in the shelter for several days, the case worker approached him again to discuss his ideas for helping the homeless man. He suggested that they might first … Continue reading

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In Love with October

Is it OK to love two months? Does that make me a calendulterer? Will September ever forgive me (see Summer’s Best Kept Secret), if I admit that I love October more? October brings the Major League Baseball playoffs and World … Continue reading

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Hamptons International Film Festival

If I haven’t already persuaded you to visit The Hamptons this fall (see Art in the Hamptons and Summer’s Best Kept Secret), then hopefully the upcoming Hamptons International Film Festival, scheduled for October 13-17, will be enough to convince you. Tickets go on sale … Continue reading

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Blow Sox

Red Sox Nation, you can stop reading now. Fast Eddie won’t be making you smile today. The only thing I love more than the New York Yankees winning another AL East title is a good old-fashioned late-season collapse by the Boston Red … Continue reading

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Experts

Ever notice all the experts in your life? You don’t have to look very far. It really hit home in the run up to Hurricane Irene. In addition to the TV weathermen standing on every beach on the east coast of … Continue reading

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