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Sixty-Something: Life Before Cell Phones and Debit Cards

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Remember when to call someone you either called his or her office or home?

Sixty-Something: How Travel Has Changed

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - I always thought there might be affordable space travel in my lifetime, who knows maybe there will be.

Sixty-Something: There Is Always Room For Greatness

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Every year out on the East End of Long Island, I seem to witness someone doing something great.

Sixty-Something: Feeling Younger As We Get Older

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - I believe the old saying is so true, "Live each day like it might be your last, but plan as if you are going to live forever!"

Sixty-Something: I Am Meant To Be Here For Some Reason

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Conventional wisdom has always said it is not the destination but the journey itself in which life is actually lived.

Sixty-Something: Beach And Room Service

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Now one thing I have learned over the last decade and a half is nobody works harder than the folks on the East End.

Sixty-Something: More Yesterdays Than Tomorrows

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - If you are reading this you must know what I am talking about, how special it is to live or vacation on the East End.

Sixty Something: The Story Of Tate King And The North Sea Farm

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - Being sixty-something years old means I have met a lot of interesting folks, many right out here on the East End. One such person was Richard "Tate" King, a 12th generation East Ender.

Sixty-Something: The First Round Of Opinions, Observations, Remarks

by T.J. Clemente
Sixty-Something - One thing about the East End of Long Island is that it is rich with history. One thing about being over 60 is you are rich with history too.

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