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That's what I thought when the ambulance crew came to get me (2 years ago).I thought the story was originally "take-your-child-to-work day"
I'm sure they're not the type of people that fool around when they're hard at work ... otherwise they wouldn't have reached that level of responsibility so youngHow would you feel getting on board this plane? Pilot (right) 26 years old. Co-pilot 19 years old. Youngest commercial crew ever.
I thought he story was originally "take-your-child-to-work day"
Stop throwing wet towels on our fun. We're old and old people are get to make fun of the next generation. Besides, how many hours of video games, drinking parties, road trips or joins do you think those two have had in their lives? My guess is that the sum of all listed events for both kids is 3 or less (all were video game hours and most was while they were trying to fix a vintage NES system for their dad).I'm sure they're not the type of people that fool around when they're hard at work ... otherwise they wouldn't have reached that level of responsibility so young
Who said I was against entitlements? Based on my observations of 60, 70 and 80-year-olds in my area, additional entitlements I can look forward to include... wearing enormous eyeglasses, parking at an odd angle and taking up two or three places at the grocery store, telling millennials how hard I had to work to get what they have, complaining about technology in general, driving in the inside lane of the interstate 10 mph slower than the rest of traffic (sometimes with one blinker flashing), ...Interesting... and here I thought that entitlement was a millennial ailment ... it had never occurred to me that baby boomers could suffer from it too!
I'm considering it. I used to use Harry Potter as my excuse for a second childhood, but that's getting pretty old.Interesting... and here I thought that entitlement was a millennial ailment ... it had never occurred to me that baby boomers could suffer from it too!
Boy, when Clint Eastwood said that in, Grand Torino, I had flashbacks of my old WWI vet neighbor yelling at me when I was about 10-years old.... and holler, "Get off my lawn!"
I had a neighbor like that from 5 years old to 10 years old."God damn Swedes, get out of yard".
Don't worry, for now, Driving slowly is not my cup of tea. My wife is still mad that we had to pay my ticket for +27 in a 35 zone. I figure an entertaining ride to/from work deserves a ticket once in a while - way cheaper than an amusement park and how many people get to start an 8:30am meeting with the adrenaline feel of just exiting a roller coaster ride every day.10 years would be best
I don't do that regularly...there are basically no hills in Florida.I figure an entertaining ride to/from work deserves a ticket once in a while
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