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While 78% of Americans wish they lived somewhere other then where they are NOW..
So the article means WHAT!!
Health causes retirement rifts?
What? one partner wants to be healthy and the other wants to stay sick all the time?
Stupid msn article.
What!? How can I be married to you? I'd rather be poor and homeless than vote for someone who doesn't have "family values". And I think the Democrats might all be gay too ! And I think they're all black criminals too ! I'd rather be bankrupt than vote for them ! Get out of my house ! Oh that's right, thanks to Bush we don't have a house any more !!!!
Retirement Reality! If you are a parent, guess what?? That job is ETERNAL - you will always have to contribute to the welfare and well being of your children, , , and your grand children. Both in TIME and Money - no ands, , buts, , , or ifs!
Play golf, fishing, traveling, hobby??????? Gets expensive and boring VERY fast!! Play with the SPOUSE? HAH - in your dreams - you will have better luck getting "a secret affair" going!!!
Reality - CASINOs get from retirees what little money is left after the children and grand children.
DON'T Retire, , , If you have been with the same employer for over 20 yrs, chances are you have at least 4 weeks vacation plus 12 paid holidays. With a little creativity, you can realize 2 to 3 months of time-off during the year! Why in hell would anyone need more time off than that???
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