Thread: Silliness Retirement?
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Old 07-13-2012, 02:27 AM   #13
amward
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Just enjoy yourself! You obviously like to read and use computers, you can fill up days that way. See your friends/family more often, make new friends.. the list of occupations is endless. Above all have fun with no deadlines apart from those you set yourself.

The father of a friend of mine when asked what he did now that he was retired used to say: "Nothing and I don't like being interrupted."
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