View Poll Results: What are your retirement plans? (Too many options to really give a good poll...)

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  • I'm saving dilligently and will retire as soon as I can.

    2 14.29%
  • I'm saving a little, and will retire when social security or other support makes it possible.

    4 28.57%
  • I'm going to be working until I die.

    3 21.43%
  • I don't really want to retire.

    1 7.14%
  • I'd like to retire, but don't see how that's possible.

    2 14.29%
  • I can't save anything for retirement right now, but I do plan to retire.

    4 28.57%
  • Something else, I'll tell you in a post.

    4 28.57%
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Thread: Retirement

  1. #16
    ~sigh~ High House Dawn Buck's Avatar
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    You're going to be one of *those*?

    Dregs, we get these deranged letters from this one aged town citizen here at work. He has his ... well let's call them "visions" of how to save the planet and they always make for a good laugh while we drink our coffee.

    Make sure you're eccentric (read: bat shit crazy) when you write your letters.
    I wanna be like a goose and fly to new orleans for the winter and to canada for the summer.

    Gaidin to Amelia. She is the bomb. And the keeper of satan's nose. Acually, all I have now is her right nostril...

  2. #17
    Administrator Mike's Avatar
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    I protest to the linkless word of curmudgeonly. I had to look it up in a dictionary, without anything convenient to click on. No problem, if I was retired, but I'm not.

    I want to save a little extra (I've had many jobs/no jobs/silly jobs, which means I've hardly built up anything decent to live off), but there's nothing left in the last week of the month.
    I'm only flesh and blood
    But I can be anything that you demand

  3. #18
    Mistress of Shadows High House Moon night faerie's Avatar
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    I object to people thinking of retirement as 'doing nothing'. Retirement is supposed to be the time when you can finally do whatever you want.

    "...just an idle doodle in the margins of our minds ..."

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