Goodbye Tension, Hello Pension

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choff
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Goodbye Tension, Hello Pension

Post by choff »

Friday was my last working day, hanging it up after 40+ years on the road fixing machinery. No more trying to dig up parts out of the trunk in freezing rain. From now on before it snows I stock up the larder and shelter in place.

More time to engage in annoying $hitposting.
CHoff

Aero
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Re: Goodbye Tension, Hello Pension

Post by Aero »

Congratulations! Remember from now on, every day that you wake up in the morning is a good day!
Aero

Tom Ligon
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Re: Goodbye Tension, Hello Pension

Post by Tom Ligon »

I think you're gonna like it. We did.

KitemanSA
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Post by KitemanSA »

When I was retiring, I was setting up to become a contractor. I said, "I'll take month off then start briging in the BIG bucks". Well, that month stretched just a bit. It has been ~5.5 years and I find I LIKE being retired. :D

ltgbrown
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Re: Goodbye Tension, Hello Pension

Post by ltgbrown »

I officially retired after 26 years in the US Navy on Sunday. I was able to pull the go into work in uniform on Friday and show up on Monday in a suit. Some downsides but having a steady pay check is nice.

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ladajo
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Re: Goodbye Tension, Hello Pension

Post by ladajo »

Congrats, and welcome to the club Glenn.
The development of atomic power, though it could confer unimaginable blessings on mankind, is something that is dreaded by the owners of coal mines and oil wells. (Hazlitt)
What I want to do is to look up C. . . . I call him the Forgotten Man. (Sumner)

Aero
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Re: Goodbye Tension, Hello Pension

Post by Aero »

Yes, welcome. And thank you for your long years of service.
aero.
Aero

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