"When I got divorced, I worked for a company that was located in Frenchtown, New Jersey, and I lived in Frenchtown with my wife. We had a nice house and two kids. When the divorce came about, I didn't want to change my job, but I didn't want to stay living in Frenchtown. So I drew a circle around Frenchtown that was a half-hour drive, and it touched Easton, and I'd never even *been* to Easton. I moved here in 1993, and I've been here ever since, and I will die here because it's such a good city. The activities: the Farmers' Market, the Heritage Day celebration, the music. I love the School of Rock kids. The restaurants. It's just a great town."
Watch out folks; he's got a camera...