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After reading Pat's response to the prop 65 post, I felt it appropriate that the Saloon (ACS) start a countdown calendar for Pat.   Feel free to keep the countdown going.   So to s

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Even after retirement, Pat will still ride his bike after trying an alternative means of getting around.

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36 minutes ago, Cold Lake Kid, SASS # 51474 said:

Even after retirement, Pat will still ride his bike after trying an alternative means of getting around.

Hey, I had one helluva a time getting out of a Lotus Elise when I was 43 the first time I sat in it. My son-in-law got me a half day of driving one years ago. What fun!

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22 minutes ago, Cold Lake Kid, SASS # 51474 said:

Pat:

You can reach this stage pretty quickly!

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No, I am so done with where I work and what I do and the morons I have to deal with that I highly doubt there is anything I will miss at work. In the past few months I have also gotten to find out who my “friends” are at work, which is a very small number. An on the job injury is very educational. It has helped me determine my future nicely. ;)

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15 hours ago, Pat Riot, SASS #13748 said:


No, I am so done with where I work and what I do and the morons I have to deal with that I highly doubt there is anything I will miss at work. In the past few months I have also gotten to find out who my “friends” are at work, which is a very small number. An on the job injury is very educational. It has helped me determine my future nicely. ;)

:lol: Does that mean you saw the video of who pushed you off?? :lol:

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14 hours ago, Cold Lake Kid, SASS # 51474 said:

Don't let this be you Pat!!

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Pat wont have that problem he hasn't shown up for work in months and still has 2 years until retirement

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4 hours ago, Perro Del Diablo said:

Pat wont have that problem he hasn't shown up for work in months and still has 2 years until retirement

 

Yeah, I heard just 'cause he has a lot of broken bones, strains, sprains, metal plates and screws, he's been dogging it!

We have to start being careful though, since Pat has developed a new idea concerning his personal growth.

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On 6/25/2021 at 2:21 AM, Perro Del Diablo said:

Pat wont have that problem he hasn't shown up for work in months and still has 2 years until retirement

 

On 6/25/2021 at 6:39 AM, Cold Lake Kid, SASS # 51474 said:

 

Yeah, I heard just 'cause he has a lot of broken bones, strains, sprains, metal plates and screws, he's been dogging it!

We have to start being careful though, since Pat has developed a new idea concerning his personal growth.

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Well, I dearly love this countdown, but I have a couple of ideas that will either make my retirement happen 1 year from now or it will definitely be 2 years from now. Retirement on my 62nd birthday will probably not happen. 
If I swing the retirement at the July 1, 2022 mark I will probably end up living near my birthplace in southwestern PA, probably West Virginia. If I go for the two year mark and the planets align I will probably end up in Flagstaff, AZ.

It all depends on some research that I actually should have done a couple of years ago regarding my retirement. 
The reality is, I should have taken my agency up on their two year buyout last year but was convinced I wouldn’t have had enough money to live on comfortably. I made a boo-boo. 
It’s no biggie, but I have a very poor attitude for putting up with crap at work now so I may just stick out the two years and throw caution to the wind and speak my mind at work and keep the bureaucrat slack-dogs I work with and for on their toes and away from me and at some point they may do me a favor and offer me an easy out just to get me out of their hair. 


We’ll see. ;)

 

I know they won’t fire me. Every time they have fired someone in my situation it has cost them dearly when the situation went to court or before the labor board. But, I do work with morons…

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(and since I am going in for surgery in a couple of hours and I am not sure what condition I will be in tomorrow, here is Thursdays submission)

 

For Thursday, July 1, 2021:

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HEY Pat!

Too bad you're on the other side of the continent!

You could join me on the deck while

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59 minutes ago, Injun Ryder, SASS #36201L said:

and since I am going in for surgery in a couple of hours and I am not sure what condition I will be in tomorrow, here is Thursdays submission)

 

Good luck Injun Ryder. 

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