TrueTone911 wrote: »
At some point, those roles could reverse. Mostly what's keeping us here are aging parents with health issues and We are their only support system. Unfortunately, our exit plan now is either their passing or other unpredictable circumstances.
Right now, sounds like you are staying put for you. And there is nothing wrong with that.
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SIGgal wrote: »
I'm not liking being all grown up at all!
Varmintmist wrote: »
You have to get older, you dont have to grow up all the way.
orchidman wrote: »
Yep. Getting old is mandatory, Growing up is optional............... Or as my 93 yr old uncle told me a couple of months ago when I asked him the secret to his longevity, " Do something stupid at least once a day, that way you feel like a teenager".............
snake284 wrote: »
For my point of view, cpj is a lot like me
Gene L wrote: »
To answer a previous question, the mechanic was in the glove compartment to get the VIN.
zorba wrote: »
Since when has the VIN been in the glove box? Its been at the edge of the windshield for decades, and in the door jamb for decades before that.
early wrote: »
Those type of laws are draconian. I got searched voluntarily by the Colorado game wardens once. The saw the pistol case in my front seat and couldn't have cared less. That's how it should be.
Axe wrote: »
Exactly how it should be, but this is New Jersey. I worked in Law Enforcement in Florida and New Jersey, and there is such a stark contrast between LEO'S in these two states and how they feel about firearms. In New Jersey it is a paranoia if nothing else. Nobody should have firearms other than the police is the general opinion here, where any other state it is a non issue.
...Before you get sent to the figurative gas chamber. You'll breathe a lot easier...
SIGgal wrote: »
It is RugerFan, only because my family and friends are here. I would leave in a heartbeat though if they would. It's weird, but my parents are a security blanket for me still, and I'm afraid to leave them for good. I have Jason, but I never spent a lot of time anywhere without my family. I'm sure that will change as I get older.