Press

These last few years have been amazing for press and exposure of the overall message involving common courtesy. Courtesy counts! 🙂

It seems as though Going With Eddie was the blog to watch for all of your crazy travels on public transportation!

I’m happy to announce that the blog has gone global! With features from all over Europe, Asia, and Australia, I couldn’t be more grateful for your interest!

For any press inquiries, you can contact my manager.

His name is also Eddie and he sounds a lot like me: EddieGoing@Gmail.com 😉

Here are a few of the more recent press features:

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Comments
  1. the mexican says:

    HAHA!!! wouldn’t it open up a whole new blog if you could catch awful smells on the subway with a picture? Dude, the Paris subway was…. can’t describe it. so hey man…. I look forward to sending you pics and you posting them on your blog…. man, if you get people all over the states to do this…. you are going to have one awesome photo journal! I will try to send you pictures of all sorts of things and you can sift through them.

  2. Lee says:

    Hi, Eddie . your the best @ what ever you do. I think this is a great idea and Iam with you on it . I will send you some of my pics and videos of some of the things I have caught people doing , but was affraid to put them online. You decide if their ok to publish. I love you guys so much and I pray to see you soon .

    Good Job
    Peace and Love
    Lee

  3. Jen says:

    Oh my tell me how you turn off the sound feature when taking pics?? that is what stops me from doing it! Oh i also stick out my arms too far when trying ;0

  4. EddieGoing says:

    thank you thank you thank you 🙂

    @ the mexican – yes, send me pics!
    @ Lee – we miss you and look forward to seeing you soon too! 🙂
    @ Jen – what kind of phone do you have? iPhone?

    http://mactips.info/2009/03/silence-your-iphone

  5. Kristin says:

    Ok, so, I moved here from Wisconsin 6 months ago and I’m still getting the hang of the subway etiquette. Just a quick question- What if the train is very empty? Do the same rules still apply? I always make sure to take up minimal space if/when it fills up obviously, but in some of these pictures it seems like they’re taking up space because they can (and I’ve done the same many times). Also, if I get on a crowded train, I have no problem asking said space-hoggers to move whatever items are blocking the seat I want. I mean, at least I ask nicely instead of just sitting right down on their shit and calling it a day. Right?

  6. EddieGoing says:

    I understand where you’re coming from and the need to take up extra space or lean on a pole when the train is next-to-empty or completely empty. However, in my many years of taking the subway, I find that people who decide to do that are STILL less likely to move their stuff until it becomes the only seat available – and even then, it’s usually done with attitude. There are definitely exceptions to the rule (maybe people like yourself) – but, this is NYC, a very fast-paced city…for someone to feel entitled to take an extra seat, ultimately forcing me to ask to sit there, in my opinion, is VERY rude. We shouldn’t have to ask people to move out of the way or to move their belongings. It’s a common sense thing which many people in this city lack.

    I also think that the tone of this blog comes off as a very angry new yorker – I am actually quite the opposite. I take notice of every “violation” on the subway and I document it.

    Thanks for visiting the blog and for your comment!

  7. Lara says:

    Nothing makes me cringe more than people who clip their nails on the subway/subway platform!!!

  8. cuz says:

    eddddddddddee you knoww mee.. u dont live in nyc.. and i go to yaa housee sillyz

  9. Alli says:

    Eddie!!! I paint my nails on the ferry sometimes! You see.. I am always running late, and I hate not having polish on my nails when I go out. If I put it on at home I would show up 2 hours late instead of a half hour! Don’t hate on the polishers.. but I would not go as far as clipping.. that leaves behind body parts.. EW GROSS!

    • Simon says:

      To Alli —

      Everyone is busy, not just you. Get up earlier in the morning, problem solved. Till then, it’s not ok to polish on the subway/ferry/public.

  10. ummwhoztalkinz says:

    edddddddddddddddddddddddddei guezz whatt

  11. KVH1 says:

    Greetings from Sydney Australia.

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