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As some of us come within the horizon for retirement, we can wonder just what would be that next ideal job.

For me, I would have to be near a beach and blue, blue water. Turns out there is an opening in Australia.


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So, what is your ideal next job?
 
Posts: 7860 | Location: Georgetown, Texas | Registered: January 25, 2001Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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You couldn't go wrong with Australia. A magnificent country.

Ideally, taking it easy on some lesser known island in the Carribean. Practically, working in the tourist industry somewhere in the Rockies.

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Video store clerk.
 
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I suppose that is more esteemed that a stop-and rob-clerk! Less free food but all the movies you could want!

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Well, I figured owner of the New England Patriots is taken.
 
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"Video" store clerk. Really? Have you been to Blockbuster lately? Video rentals are dying. Libraries are giving away VHS tapes. It's all about internet streaming of movies now, baby. Check out Netflix. Best way ever to get movies.
 
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Anything in Maine!
 
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I'm thinking something with lots of authority, no oversight, and no responsibility. Think Obama has any czar appointments left for me?
 
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Vice President Cheney already has a replacement Andrea. JB, David didn't mean a video store clerk at Blockbuster, but perhaps an establishment with a sign on the door saying must be over 18 to enter.
 
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I think I would go back to teaching...or maybe just be a librarian. Or maybe write a book...Something with books!!
 
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I guess David better hope the porn industry gets its bail-out then!!

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Next time I want something where I can whole heartedly give 100%...... every week!

Say, 20% on Monday, 25% on Tuesday, 30% on Wednesday, 15% on Thursday and check mail and a round of golf on Friday.

And, if need be, I could save a little for the weekends. LOL
 
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I wanna be a professional musician ... and make hundreds of dollars a year.
 
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Originally posted by John Talley:
Next time I want something where I can whole heartedly give 100%...... every week!

Say, 20% on Monday, 25% on Tuesday, 30% on Wednesday, 15% on Thursday and check mail and a round of golf on Friday.

And, if need be, I could save a little for the weekends. LOL


So, your running for a judicial position right?
 
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About every 2-3 years I get a hankering to sell off everything I own and move to Thailand (since the food's better there than in the Caribbean or Australia) to be a divemaster for a while.

It usually comes up most strongly when the defense is about to start their case in chief.
 
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Write books and play music and make tens of dollars a year. Maybe open a Verizon kiosk at the parking lot of the Polunsky Unit.
 
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I'm hoping that Brumley and AP will let me be their guitar tech. I'll tune 'em, carry 'em and keep those two out of trouble, which is akin to a full time job.

I do refuse to do any banjo tuning, as I believe that term is redundant.

Hopefully, they'll play music in a mountainous or seaside area, where I can fish alot.

That Verizon kiosk at Polunsky sounds like a good idea. I hear that some inmates have designed new cell phone holsters. Eek
 
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I want to open a small dive resort/B&B. Maybe Lisa can come be the divemaster at my resort!
 
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Can I be your bartender? I always wanted to be a bartender. That was my plan if I flunked the bar exam, to run away from my student loans and tend bar on an island somewhere . . .
 
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I would like to be a soap opera actress. No pressure and tons of fun.
 
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