Habitual liars?

Started Jan 23, 2013 | Discussions thread
G. Gray
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Re: Habitual liars?
In reply to KEVZPHOTOS, Jan 24, 2013

KEVZPHOTOS wrote:

Collett wrote:

KEVZPHOTOS wrote:

Bill Force wrote:

Whether or not you have noticed the country is totally pollerized, now more than any time in my almost 80 years.

So, YOU are 80 years old and still working

The only productive thing you should be doing at your age...is when you drop a poopie into your colostomy-bag.

I guess you must be one of these "workaholic-types" who just cannot sit still and learn the art and beauty of simply "just doing nothing"

Why don't you go grab your iPod, find a nice shady banana tree, relax, lay-back and listen to your favorite Glenn Miller & Neil Diamond tunes

Working at 80 years old indeed - what a complete nutcase.

You can get medication for that.

KEV

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"No problem can be solved at the level of consciousness which created it" - Albert Einstein

A lot of people see retirement differently than you Kev. I think its great that he still works - the key being IF it is something he likes doing (and in ol Bills case I imaging it is). Working keeps the mind and body young.

So does marathon running, relaxing by the pool, going for long walks with the dog, studying, socializing, and all kinds of non-employment based endeavors, hobbies and interests.

Working until one is 80+...is merely using work as a substitute for life. In other words, it has become an "addiction"...whereby one cannot live without it. Instead of just being a secondary element...it has taken over as the primary objective.

Personally, I think ALL humans beings should have mandatory retirement (from working) at age 65 max.....preferably 60.

40 years of work is enough for any human being.

Us older folks need to hand over the working world to the next generation coming up...much sooner, rather than later

The younger generation is not the the same as when you where younger. They have no respect, they want everything instantly, they are willing to ride right over senior people to get ahead........

KEV

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"No problem can be solved at the level of consciousness which created it" - Albert Einstein

I retired just before 60. I just couldn't understand the politics in the workplace or the lack of disrespect for experience or the aggressive approach to getting ahead at all costs.....

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