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Post I have a GREAT idea!!! Aaron Scott
OK, you know how most folks work until retirement? I am thinking that instead the powers-that-be give us all that we are supposed to do--from the day we start working until the day we retire--and if you want to stretch it out to retirement, fine...but if you get busy and somehow get done by the time you're 30, you are officially retired, get Social Security, Medicare, etc.

Is that not awesome???

I was just sitting here--working--when it came to me that anytime I have been assigned so much to do, I FIND a way to get it done faster, easier, quicker, better, etc. But if I am have to work 8-hours a day (or so), no matter how much or how little I accomplish...well, that's just pitiful.

YOU. ARE. WELCOME.

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Well, it took awhile but I figured how to do that. I went into general contracting. Being the boss I Set a goal to build so many houses and did, I finished at 58 and retired. Worked great. (I wanted to build more but mama said ENOUGH!)

However it is hard for a teacher to cram 12 years into 8. Or a preacher to preach 30 yrs of sermons back to back. LOL

BUT it is good to think...... I think!
Love to the family!

PS: Keep trying you will make it..... And thanks for the smiles.... Smile
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Post Reality--you can retire... roughridercog
Whenever you can afford to do so.
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Is there anything at all--anything!--that makes you think I am wanting to deal with reality????

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Post Re: Roughrider... Cojak
Aaron Scott wrote:
Is there anything at all--anything!--that makes you think I am wanting to deal with reality????

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Cojak wrote:
Aaron Scott wrote:
Is there anything at all--anything!--that makes you think I am wanting to deal with reality????

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Money was never important to me. It was just something I wanted to marry into.
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