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72Hardtop
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Re: Renters

Post by 72Hardtop » Thu Jul 23, 2015 6:24 am

Latest post of the previous page:

For the majority of Americans a 'Retirement' is a term reserved for the rich such as Bill Gates. No one really retires these days certainly not like our grandparents generation did.
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Re: Renters

Post by pj » Fri Jul 24, 2015 5:18 pm

You can die at your desk, or wherever your workplace may be, if you want. I have every intention of doing what I want to do in my latter years, it may include working here and there, goofing off here and there, but I do plan one day to be called fully retired.

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Re: Renters

Post by Amskeptic » Sun Aug 23, 2015 5:12 pm

pj wrote:You can die at your desk, or wherever your workplace may be, if you want. I have every intention of doing what I want to do in my latter years, it may include working here and there, goofing off here and there, but I do plan one day to be called fully retired.
I'll work until I can't turn over in my grave.
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72Hardtop
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Re: Renters

Post by 72Hardtop » Thu Dec 17, 2015 9:27 pm

pj wrote:You can die at your desk, or wherever your workplace may be, if you want. I have every intention of doing what I want to do in my latter years, it may include working here and there, goofing off here and there, but I do plan one day to be called fully retired.
That means you won't actually retire and have what's expected as being fully retired...'great quality of life'. Those days are long gone in today's society. We are a work driven society. Wan to know how that is? Look at Japan as a shining example. Heavily declining birth rate, very high suicide rate among young people and an ever increasing number of 40+ year old males not having sex.
1972 Westy
2056cc T-4 - 7.8:1 CR
Weber 40mm Duals - 47.5idles, 125mains, F11 tubes, 200 Air corr., 28mm Vents
96mm AA Biral P/C's w/Hastings rings
42x36mm Heads (AMC- Headflow Masters) w/Porsche swivel adjusters
71mm Stroke
Web Cam 73 w/matched Web lifters
S&S 4-1 exhaust w/Walker 17862 quiet-pack
Bosch SVDA w/Pertronix module & flamethrower 40K coil (7* initial 28* total @3200+)
NGK B5ES @ .028
002 Trans
Hankook 185R14's

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