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    2020 the year of retreads

    Word has it there are 15 retirees in process of coming back. Are things that bad in ones life?

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    Need mo salami

    Usually it's the wives telling them to get a job...( must need alone time with pool boy)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    Usually it's the wives telling them to get a job...( must need alone time with pool boy)?
    Yes,,,,,,,,see that all the time. Ho's running tricks while their man is working on his second go around.

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    Kalbasa sausage

    Yes, their wives pretend to be excited once the fake retirement party is over. After 6 months she decides to tell him you should get a job? He thinks ? Delivery driver? Security? Walmart loss prevention? Clean up guy at the local adult theater? Then he decides to put the shiny star and polyester back on and once again the wife is happy and back getting some 1 on 1 personal training!!

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    People come back for one reason and one reason only. They can’t afford the $2000 a month that retiree health insurance costs.

    This is what happens when the dummies that are currently working don’t look to the future and secure decent health insurance coverage for themselves in retirement All they look at is what they can get now and as a result they lock themselves in to working until at least age 65.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    People come back for one reason and one reason only. They can’t afford the $2000 a month that retiree health insurance costs.

    This is what happens when the dummies that are currently working don’t look to the future and secure decent health insurance coverage for themselves in retirement All they look at is what they can get now and as a result they lock themselves in to working until at least age 65.
    $2000 a month? What the hell coverage do you have...BSO pays half and the state gives you $150 per month. So believe that's why these people come back😂

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    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    People come back for one reason and one reason only. They can’t afford the $2000 a month that retiree health insurance costs.

    This is what happens when the dummies that are currently working don’t look to the future and secure decent health insurance coverage for themselves in retirement All they look at is what they can get now and as a result they lock themselves in to working until at least age 65.

    You’re correct, now keep working!!

    I will keep struggling to make my healthcare payments.

    Haters, always making up their own version as to why someone decides to come back to work.

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    Word has it there are 15 retirees in process of coming back. Are things that bad in ones life?
    It’s because they are losers an get no respect from anyone out in the world! They come back, to the illusion that they are somebody! I am a retired beach bum, who lives quite nicely in my RV and do and go where I want. After 25 years, my retirement is more than sufficient to pay insurance and live as I wish! I make no mention of what my occupation was, and when asked what did I do, I reply whatever it takes! Again they are losers and life long poor money managers! You young guys, watch your money, live within your means, and you can easily leave after 25 years!

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    $2000 a month? What the hell coverage do you have...BSO pays half and the state gives you $150 per month. So believe that's why these people come back😂
    You are delusional. That’s the way things used to be 20 years ago. Those under that plan are coming out of pocket to the tune of $1000 a month for the family plan. For everyone else including most contract city employees it’s $2000 a month out of pocket.

    Enjoy the sticker shock when you get there.

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    My retired insurance just went up $200 a month in January. There is also no limit to the amounts that BSO can increase the retirement insurance costs every year. All of the deniers will be in for a rude awakening when and if they ever get to retire.

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