will you still feed me? When I'm 64?"
Have you thought about where you will be at 64?
I will come visit you in the old folks home Siu.
I'll even bring you a pet cat, and when I say cat I mean a old piece of stale wood with rusty nails sticking out of it.
That way the tetnis will get you before the old age does, because I'm just so dang good to you.
All the time. I figure I'll be underground by then, though.
I suspect I'll have already been dead for a few years. Unless I happened to inherit my paternal gm's genes (her father and both her parents' bro's and sisters lived well into their 90's, and she is 96 1/2)....
Siu, where will you be? <curious Vega look>
Well if the super-accurate online death predicting tests are any clue, I should be long gone by then.
I'd be a liar if I said I knew or especially cared. I'll be honest, I haven't planned that far ahead.
Bring back the Sig Test!
By then I'd probably have a Hybrid bike, with an airzound on the high rise bars, a basket on the front, an asp hanging like a frame pump. I'd cruise around not really paying attention to traffic and having an attitude with "careless" drivers and obnoxious teens that throw rocks at me.
As I have now managed to cross the Great Half-Century Divide, 64 doesn't sound that old any more . . . .
Doesn't mean I have any idea what I'll be doing then.
"I'm in shape -- round is a shape." Andy Rooney
I'll be over at Tude's stripping nekkid and drinking heavily.
Probably no longer around, if I keep pulling the stupid **** I seem to try on a daily basis...
"It is not the critic who counts."
For what it's worth, I'll be 64 next year and I'm planning on still being around and riding a bike.
64!!! I'll still be riding my bike and drinking BEER!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
"RIDE FAST TAKE CHANCES!"
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. “He who fights with monsters might take care lest he thereby become a monster. And if you gaze for long into an abyss, the abyss gazes also into you.”- Fredrick Nietzsche
"We can judge the heart of a man by his treatment of animals." - Immanuel Kant
Retired, sitting on my yacht in the Caribean with my 25 yr old girl friend.
Hopefully watching my daughter graduate from college on her way to grad school.
I am already quasi-retired at 48, 64 is only 16 more years. Yeah, I will be looking at 20 year old teak trees enjoying more than a square mile of forest (just added it up today) - and that is if we don't keep expanding which is highly unlikely.
Nothing really needs to change in my life so things will probably remain the same - perhaps a little more travel.