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Topic: OT +Coffee and blood type (10 msgs / 225 lines)
1) From: Leo Zick
LOL
If your in the armed forces, life expectancy upon retirement is 5 years.
Talk about scarey!

2) From: Rich M
4 1/2 Years for firefighters after retirement. I'm planning on  
working till about 100 or so.
Rich M
On Mar 7, 2007, at 9:08 PM, Leo Zick wrote:
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3) From: Dave Ehrenkranz
Could that be the reason the average is so low?
dave "semi-retired" ehrenkranz
On Mar 7, 2007, at 8:48 PM, Rich M wrote:
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4) From: Rich M
Actually, you'd think that breathing in all the CO, plastic,  
insulation, asbestos, etc. would be the culprit. They say (whoever  
they are) that the alarm waking you out of a dead sleep a couple  
times per night is the worst thing for you--bad for the ol' ticker.
Rich M
On Mar 7, 2007, at 10:57 PM, Dave Ehrenkranz wrote:
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5) From: Leo Zick
For military, cause is claimed to be the lack of ability to cope. Imagine
having to buy your first home and learn how to pay bills, etc at 50?

6) From: Lynne Biziewski
Try going out to get your first job at 53. (And, then, after raising four
kids on practically no money, also practically on my own - to be told by one
of them, "You never worked in your life...")
Lynne
On 3/8/07, Leo Zick  wrote:
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7) From: Brett Mason
Lynn, such a comment shuld not cause you stress.  Well maybe to the
baseball bat after you smack the runt a few times.  But not a lot of
stress beyond that...
Oh, and that would be at least your second job, behing Orchestrator,
Cleaner, Server, Cook(er), Instructor, etc...
Good job for you.  My kids would never say such about their mom....
Brett
  RWA
On 3/8/07, Lynne Biziewski  wrote:
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Cheers,
Bretthttp://homeroast.freeservers.com

8) From: Lynne Biziewski
Ah, don't worrry... the stress from THAT comment was momentary. But it does
give me solace to remember my OWN mother's words, "someday... you'll have
kids of your OWN!"
Sigh... he's one of four, I think the other three would have taken the
baseball bat to him! But despite it all, he's a good kid (at 23, he needs to
be on his own & taken a bit of a reality check!)
Lynne
On 3/8/07, Brett Mason  wrote:
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9) From: L. Michael Fraley, MD
My best friends grandmother always said, when we were children, that 
"they are: "Doctors, Lawyers... people who know."  Having dealt a lot 
with both of those groups...  I am doubtful!
Michael
On Mar 8, 2007, at 12:04 AM, Rich M wrote:
Actually, you'd think that breathing in all the CO, plastic, 
insulation, asbestos, etc. would be the culprit. They say (whoever they 
are) that the alarm waking you out of a dead sleep a couple times per 
night is the worst thing for you--bad for the ol' ticker.
Rich M
On Mar 7, 2007, at 10:57 PM, Dave Ehrenkranz wrote:
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10) From: Leo Zick
This is a multi-part message in MIME format.
the 'stay at home mom' job is harder than sitting at any desk, im sure..
:(  
From: Lynne Biziewski [mailto:lynnebiz] 
Sent: Thursday, March 08, 2007 7:03 AM
To: homeroast
Subject: Re: OT +Coffee and blood type
Try going out to get your first job at 53. (And, then, after raising four
kids on practically no money, also practically on my own - to be told by one
of them, "You never worked in your life...")
Lynne
On 3/8/07, Leo Zick  wrote: 
For military, cause is claimed to be the lack of ability to cope. Imagine
having to buy your first home and learn how to pay bills, etc at 50?


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