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Old 06-27-2011
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I wish I had one of you "older" folks jobs. have 150 K for a boat and refit.
Age doesn't guarantee you money or a job. It only guarantees that you're older.

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Sheesh man, give me twenty G's and I start the dream tomorrow! I've been poor since I moved out of my moms house after high school. It can suck having to save up money for every little project that needs doing.
Depends on your perspective. It could also mean that you spend less frivolously and you place more value on what you own. In our case, we also discovered a few boat-related items that just aren't crucial to safe sailing in our home waters.


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Haha, guess your priorities change with age.
Or with maturity, which often has nothing to do with age.


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I do like having you old folks around for the knowledge you usually have.
I can't wait until you are in your forties and fifties to see if you still consider it "old."
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