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  1. ksr
    05-10-2010 04:28 PM
    Hi W2R - I always enjoy your posts - have just (hopefully) added you as a friend!
  2. vicente solano
    Nice coach! Does it belong to your city?
  3. bubba
    11-07-2009 09:56 AM
    Just saw that Monday is your last day, and I wanted to say congratulations and wish you the best!
  4. mrpd114
    11-05-2009 06:29 PM
    Sounds like you have researched retirement considerably, especially though this board. You have provided a lot of good info to many folks. I do hope you will continue your fine work here. I just retired on 10/18/09 and am going through the usual adjustment period after moving out of the area I lived in for so long and leaving many friends and co-workers behind. It all good...

    Good luck in future years, Dennis.
  5. Bikerchick
    Congrats on your near freedom. With a little luck maybe I can do the same soon. The thoughts in your posts have been thought-provoking. Very helpful.
  6. check6
    10-07-2009 11:50 PM
    Springfield, Missouri????? I thought Oceanographers retired to Hawaii!
  7. LA Times reporter
    Hi, Want2Retire --

    Thanks for your reply to my post. Indeed, I'm genuine. Question, please: Can you suggest any threads, areas of the site, etc. where I can post to have the greatest chance of finding leveraged ETF users for my story? Are there common or popular areas where my query would get the widest possible distribution? Any suggestions you can make along these lines would be much appreciated. -- Thanks, Walter
  8. Radiophilejapan
    With your brains you don't need to look like your avatar. Your posts have been enlightening and easy to relate to. thanks.
  9. Danny
    12-30-2008 05:35 PM
    Nice streetcar. Like to see those on our city's streets.
  10. BarbaraAnne
    I really enjoy your posts. You have both knowledge and common sense about finances and life. Have you ever thought of writing a book? I think it would appeal to those who need encouragement and a guide for enjoying life with financial savvy.

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  • About W2R
    New Orleans
    Retired (federal) Physical Oceanographer, B.A., B.S.E.E., M.S., Ph.D
    Retirement Year
    (1) personal finance and investing. (AA 45:55, mostly Vanguard, debt free with no mortgage and retired)
    (2) the JFK assassination
    (3) fitness
    (4) Wii games, 3DS games
    (5) reading on a variety of topics, mostly non-fiction though
    W2R retired in 2009 at age 61 after a career as a senior oceanographer for the federal government. She and her companion, Frank, are not married and do not live together, but have been devoted to one another for well over a decade by now. They are Katrina survivors and have been through a lot together, but hopefully it is a new day and things are looking up.
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    Completely and forever retired since 2009, still not bored...


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