10 would-be retirees happily at work
Here’s a look at some famous faces who have chosen to keep working well beyond the traditional retirement age.
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But sadly I have to shovel SH|T and carry 50lb boxes, that so the 1% can eat fish eggs and increase the cost of everything! That's in pursuit of their chance the Jones' race!
How much did that house cost?
I am a contract DBA and 69 years old. I enjoy doing what I do and there is not something else I would rather do. Besides i have a younger wife and she does not wish to retire yet. So there you have it.
However I do agree that you the people pictured are not "normal" individuals.
"How can anyone compare what these people do to regular people. These people can take vacations throughout the year without blinking an eye; as for me well cannot even afford to take a day trip. Besides that they can afford some of the best medical care in this country and can probably stay home when they get the flu, but not us we have to keep working."
You said better than I what I wanted to say!
When you can have life's voluminous and tedious sheetwork handled by others, and your world revolves around others doing what you say . . . sorry, you're not working, no matter what you do!
If Buffet or Jagger had to attend to their financials, and groceries, and appointments, and transportation, and shopping, and housekeeping, and vehicle maintenance, and travel arrangements, and laundry, and . . . they would have let the whole thing go a long, long time ago.
The folks in your article have effectively been retired, now, for many years. They play hard, of course. But play is NOT work, it's entertainment.
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