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Old 06-25-2004, 01:28 PM   #41
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GDER, I was trying to quote you when reminding bennevis that he is only 4.5 yrs from early SSA. I really need to proof read more.

John, the city business license fee is due today. Maybe I'll write the check when I get back from Lake Tahoe on 7/8 or maybe not. I just don't feel the need / motivation to do so now. Too busy playing

RE is becoming so comfortable. I think the posters were right when someone said just quit cold turkey [forgot who that was]. Although I've always enjoyed investing & taxes, the farther I am from it the less I want to return. :P
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Old 06-25-2004, 05:48 PM   #42
 
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Hi gayl...........re. "cold turkey", that would be me.
I did it, and while I know not everyone can, it worked
great for me. Paul Terhorst (kind of my ER guru)
never looked back. Worked out for him also, obviously.

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Billy, your world travels sounds great. I was just wondering ... are you able to remain in close contact with your kids / grandkids? I would travel more but I hate to spend a lot of time away from them. They keep me 'home based'
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Hi gayl,
You bring up and excellent question...though we do not have children. That said, we do keep in touch daily with my mother and others. The internet, and messengers (Yahoo) allow us to do this anywhere in the world. Then when we are in the states, we usually visit her for a month or two, allowing both of us to get tired of each other...ha, ha..just kidding.

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