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    Default Re: What Child wrote about his retired Grandparents for a school assignment

    Funny whoever or whenever it was written.

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    Default Re: What Child wrote about his retired Grandparents for a school assignment

    Quote Originally Posted by TripleR View Post
    Funny whoever or whenever it was written.
    There are a number of members here who meet new people everyday! It will be just as funny tomorrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1949 View Post
    There are a number of members here who meet new people everyday! It will be just as funny tomorrow.
    I had to go back and reread post one to see what this is about...hmmm..guess I'll hae to do that again...

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    Default Re: What Child wrote about his retired Grandparents for a school assignment

    Quote Originally Posted by TripleR View Post
    Funny whoever or whenever it was written.
    But it would be good to give credit to the original author.

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    Default Re: What Child wrote about his retired Grandparents for a school assignment

    Makes me wonder If I want to be retired or just slow down a little. I think I would rather have something I had to do.

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    Default Re: What Child wrote about his retired Grandparents for a school assignment

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed of all trades View Post
    Makes me wonder If I want to be retired or just slow down a little. I think I would rather have something I had to do.
    My wife can verify this for ya,,, I have more that "I had to do" now than ever before.

    The difference for me is I select the timeline now. I'm NEVER at a loss for something to do.
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    Default Re: What Child wrote about his retired Grandparents for a school assignment

    Quote Originally Posted by bcp View Post
    But it would be good to give credit to the original author.

    Bruce
    I'm sure you are right. I more or less collect quotes and often find a quote is incorrectly attributed to someone when no one really knows its true origin.

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    Default Re: What Child wrote about his retired Grandparents for a school assignment

    Quote Originally Posted by dave1949 View Post
    There are a number of members here who meet new people everyday! It will be just as funny tomorrow.
    I am to that "certain age" to where it may be new to me again in a few weeks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TripleR View Post
    I am to that "certain age" to where it may be new to me again in a few weeks.
    I just saw it today and thought it was funny....then I realized I was the OP....what does that mean ? Hmmmm ?
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    Default Re: What Child wrote about his retired Grandparents for a school assignment

    Quote Originally Posted by brin View Post
    I just saw it today and thought it was funny....then I realized I was the OP....what does that mean ? Hmmmm ?
    Now that beats me...but just barely or at least according to my wife anyway, I think she might be taking advantage of me...naaww...

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