posted on Jun, 3 2011 @ 08:22 PM
Along with many others, I got burned twice in a decade on the time-tested, ol' trusty 401k.
$98,000.00 (1997) house rode the bubble to $260,000.00, took out a relatively mild $25,000.00 on a refi' (to actually pay off some debts and...ok,
bought a small Harley too) and thought I might be sitting pretty in a few years..., before the Planned Managed Collapse and Equity-Theft Roadshow came
rolling through Mainstreet.
So here I am considering a yet-still-a-ways-off retirement career in the Penal Arts. (huhuh...he said "penal")
Now right off the bat you're saying "Dude, you don't even know what the heck you're talking about, Prison Life?....as a retirement lifestyle?"
Yep, that's what I'm saying.
One really wouldn't have to worry too much about forced homosexual molestation as the mere fact of one being an old (perhaps stinky, and incontinent)
man will eliminate 99% of one's potential inmate suitors. The 1% one might still have to worry about would thankfully be deterred by the high
probability of their being pummelled unmercifully, and most-likely, fatally, by fellow inmates disgusted by the act.
Yeah, I've put some thought into this, people.
I somehow feel extremely confident that a continued increase in Government Taxation would be a commodity to go long with, therefore one may
rest-assured there will be plenty of SDR's to fund my Golden Years until my demise, or release, in which case I could just re-offend.
All accomodations on the backs of the next wave of fear-managed, police-state/war-machine funding, debt-enslaved, tax-payers.
Hour or so of exercise walking the yard every day is perfect for an old man.
One might eventually become known as the "Prison Elder of Sacred Knowledge and Wisdom" amongst the statistically less-educated inmate population.
Even learn some skills that would prove invaluable were one to somehow be released and then be inclined to seek employment in the financial or
Yeah, it's looking .....well, if not good, then just, likely.