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The Cost of Preservation

"The thing I like about the Hamptons is that it’s a small town. People think it’s this playground of drug-addled, fornicating show-business people and rich people, and that it’s all kind of silly. I don’t think it’s that at all. I think it’s a community of people who are working really hard to preserve the texture of the lifestyle out there, and to keep it semi-rural. And that costs a lot of money..." - Alec Baldwin in the holiday edition of Hamptons Magazine.