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  1. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    06 Jan '13 07:48
    Picture yourself 10, 20, 30 Years from Now

    What do you see? How are you different? Do you like what you see?
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  2. Wat?
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    06 Jan '13 08:08
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    [b]Picture yourself 10, 20, 30 Years from Now

    What do you see? How are you different? Do you like what you see?
    .[/b]
    I don't know what it looks like inside a coffin.

    I'll be different in that I won't have a heartbeat.

    I don't know where I will be, or if I can tell you what I will see.

    - Any Advice on that GB?

    What do you see?

    -m.
  3. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    06 Jan '13 08:351 edit
    Originally posted by mikelom

    I don't know what it looks like inside a coffin.

    I'll be different in that I won't have a heartbeat.

    I don't know where I will be, or if I can tell you what I will see.

    - Any Advice on that GB?

    What do you see?


    -m.
    Not really, since sound advice is too costly to aquire and too difficult

    to give. Already there and still as happy as if I was in my right mind.

    -b.
  4. Standard memberGrampy Bobby
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    06 Jan '13 13:18
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    Just be authentic.
  5. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    06 Jan '13 22:55
    Originally posted by Grampy Bobby
    [b]Picture yourself 10, 20, 30 Years from Now

    What do you see? How are you different? Do you like what you see?
    .[/b]
    I would say...Getting older, older, & older, IF still alive!

    I love what I see, long as I wake up to see it!
  6. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    06 Jan '13 23:061 edit
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    I've done 10 in that amount of time.... 😛 😉

    I'm more the race driver type with the arms in close and making vooom vooom noises. 😉
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    06 Jan '13 23:11
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    Well In 30 years time if I am still around I would be breathless
    because then I would be 81.
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    06 Jan '13 23:24
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    Me, because I'll probably be on oxygen.
  9. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    07 Jan '13 00:541 edit
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    LOL...That doesn't happen even after a 2 mile tread-mill walk & 5 miles on the stationary bike!

    Working my fingers doesn't even break a sweat! 😉
  10. Wat?
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    07 Jan '13 09:48
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    Would that indicate that the individualistic society of America is thoroughly depressed then?

    -m. 😉
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    07 Jan '13 14:26
    Considering my age, the thread is dreadful. I've lived through two thrids of my life already. 30 years from now I would be in an cinerary urn. If not, I would be living crappy years, forgotten and maybe even not conscious.

    10 yeas from now, however, if I don't find myself fighting cancer or disabilities resulting from a stroke, I would say Bingo.
  12. SubscriberPonderable
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    07 Jan '13 15:19
    10 years being set in the silver generation, still working, still okay

    20 years probably being Granddad by then...working time will come to a close. Time to spend time with the grandchildren

    30 years seriously past my prime, but if the age of my grandparents is any inidcation still a few years to go at comparatively good health.

    Oh and I could die tomorrow as everybody els could...
  13. Dublin Ireland
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    07 Jan '13 15:43
    Originally posted by Ponderable
    10 years being set in the silver generation, still working, still okay

    20 years probably being Granddad by then...working time will come to a close. Time to spend time with the grandchildren

    30 years seriously past my prime, but if the age of my grandparents is any inidcation still a few years to go at comparatively good health.

    Oh and I could die tomorrow as everybody els could...
    Tell you want to do Pondy,

    develop a urology complaint and move in with your kids in your old age.



    That's revenge partner.

    🙂
  14. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    08 Jan '13 01:011 edit
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    Well, I'm still working on breaking out of my shyness~! 😉
  15. SubscriberVery Rusty
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    08 Jan '13 01:02
    Originally posted by Ponderable
    10 years being set in the silver generation, still working, still okay

    20 years probably being Granddad by then...working time will come to a close. Time to spend time with the grandchildren

    30 years seriously past my prime, but if the age of my grandparents is any inidcation still a few years to go at comparatively good health.

    Oh and I could die tomorrow as everybody els could...
    One must always think Positive!
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