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    Moderator Arthur Little's Avatar
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    Angry Hypocrite Responsible For INCREASING State Pension Age Retires At Sixty-One!

    ... WHAT? TWO RANTS from me within the space of a week!

    Thought
    I'd share this blatant example of double standards ... drawn to my attention courtesy of my sister-in-law's facebook page:

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?f...type=37theater ...



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    'Let them eat cake' .

    A knight in shining armour too Arthur... reward for that lifetime's work as a servant to us all.


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    Quote Originally Posted by grahamw48 View Post
    'Let them eat cake' .

    A knight in shining armour too Arthur... reward for that lifetime's work as a servant to us all.
    Mind you, Graham, ... I retired at an even earlier age than he did. But then ... ... I wasn't "a
    sh1te in whining armour"
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    So 'golden handshake' for me.


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    I retired at 60 because I didn't feel like working anymore.

    (Especially as it involved driving 100-200 miles every day on our nightmarish roads )
    Last edited by Arthur Little; 11th March 2018 at 19:36. Reason: Inadvertently pressed 'Edit' - instead of "Quote Reply" button - apologies!


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    Quote Originally Posted by grahamw48 View Post
    I retired at 60 because I didn't feel like working anymore.

    (Especially as it involved driving 100-200 miles every day on our nightmarish roads )
    Tbh, ... I maintain the retiral age ought to be reduced to 60 for BOTH men and women, thereby creating more job opportunities for young people leaving school/college/university.


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    I'm with you on that Arthur...


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