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Shoot, I can't even get a piece of the pie for another coupla years!

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Location: Lebanon, PA
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My Bike Models: 1984 GL1200 Standard - 19,000 miles

1987 GL1200 Interstate - 64,000

1996 CN250 Helix -27,000
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Yep, I'm about to turn 70.
Every year since 60 I have told the boss I'm finished.
Then I start to think. What am I going to do with an extra 48 hours every week.
That scares the crap out of me.
Other than the mistresses in the shed, I have no hobbies.
Never had the time to learn to play golf or go fishing.
I really look forward to Sundays with my ladies. Any more time with them could ruin it.

Guess I will keep working until they roll me out of the workshop on an ambulance stretcher.

sinner :evil:

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Yep, I'm about to turn 70.
Every year since 60 I have told the boss I'm finished.
Then I start to think. What am I going to do with an extra 48 hours every week.
That scares the crap out of me.
Other than the mistresses in the shed, I have no hobbies.
Never had the time to learn to play golf or go fishing.
I really look forward to Sundays with my ladies. Any more time with them could ruin it.

Guess I will keep working until they roll me out of the workshop on an ambulance stretcher.

sinner :evil:

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