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Heading to Little Rock to turn in paperwork with Arkansas Retired Teacher System and Arkansas Public Employees Retirement System, then to Employee Benefits Division to line out insurance, then to 403b guy to square things away for the first few years of retirement.
Heck, I retired back in 2003, went back to work, retired again in 2007, and went back to work yet again. What sort of list does that entitle me to be on. If I can get to where Goonie is, I'll then consider myself retired.
Anyway, congrats Goonie on a major retirement milestone.
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