Thread: Silliness Retirement?
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Old 07-12-2012, 06:52 PM   #6
Ralph Sir Edward
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Originally Posted by pshrynk View Post
I just turned 55. In 10 years, I go on Medicare. In 12, I semi-retire and in 15, I'm done working. Ghod, I feel old!

My question is: What the fark do retired people do?

Besides sit in the kitchen and watch the Weather Channel?
You could build P.D. E-books, like Crutledge.

Go to some place warm and garden...(See the movie Young Lions)

And finally.....(drum roll)....enjoy the pretty girls as they walk by. (As Maurice Chevalier signs Thank Heaven for Little Girls in the background of your mind...)

Or you could spend the rest of your life walking VR...
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