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Discussion in 'The Okie Corral' started by jame, Apr 10, 2015.
LOL. I thought the same thing when I read that.
Oh, I don't know...but this guy seemed to be pretty content.
Sorry, couldn't resist.
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Buy a dive boat and teach women-only scuba classes.
Plastic surgeon to the stars, crafting shapely breasts with a chain of clinics in Malibu, Miami, Maui, Seoul, Tokyo, Paris, Milan, Rio, and on Park Ave in NYC.
I'd advertise on TV with bikini babes and delegate the boring tummy tucks and facelifts to my assistants.
Free estimates, by appointment only.
Trying to pull this off at 42.
I'll let you know how it works out.
Bet that little fact levels his karma.
Oh, the humanity!
Lawyer or airline pilot. Maybe a police officer, but they don't get paid nearly enough. You guys don't, really.
I loved what I did. I would do it again in a bet.
I retired after 40 years.
Dorky 160th SOAR pilots.
CWO 5 David F. Cooper, recipient of Distinguished Service Cross, the nation's second-highest award for valor.
CWO Michael J. "Mike" Durant. You might remember him from Operation Gothic Serpent, 3OCT93.
Chief Warrant Officer 4 Shannon Blitchington, recipent of Distinguished Service Cross.
U.S. Army Capt. John D. Hortman. Casualty.
Chief Warrant Officer John Quinlan. Casualty.
Chief Warrant Officer Hershel D. McCants Jr. Casualty.
My wife and I discuss this quite a bit. Mainly, because in about 8.5 - 9 years, I predict I will be tapped out in my career. I will have over 20 years in at my current employer, and yet only be 40 years old by then. I will be able to retire at that time, and draw a mediocre pension for life with health benefits, or wait to draw the retirement later and let it earn interest. In the latter case, I'd have to go do something for money obviously.
Probably not anything major, cause the house will be paid for by then, etc. But I mean, I will only be 40 so I could start a whole new career if I wanted.
I've decided I'll go work at my happy place, Lowes. I'm sure the customers will ruin it for me, but it looks fun. And it's gotta be less stressful.
You know the dog whisperer...
Same kind of set up for trophy wives, loose women and select female porn stars...
You can do it. It's hard, but never let that stop you.
In the late 70's/early 80's, when women of her age didn't do such things, and she got a lot of ***** about being a working wife, she went from being a housewife to college student to nurse.
My mother got her nursing degree at age 42. I graduated high school the June before she graduated college!
Oh, and I'd go back and be a large animal vet. No more having to live in Urban areas...
There's big demand for large animal vets here in the midwest. Most vet students decide on the foo foo dogs anymore.
I did it for three hours. People always gloss over the huge downside to being a male stripper. Paper cuts.