SGB said:I would probably go to work part time for an environmental group, and make life a living hell for local planning & zoning boards that ignore procedural and/or substantive due process.
nerudite said:Unrealistic: Location Scout for movies.
giff57 said:I'm going to buy a strip club
Donk said:The way things are going with my retirement fund I'll be working even after I die.
If I knew what I wanted to do in 25 years from now, I'd be doing it now.
Planner Groupie said:I've had this idea for a strip club for the last two years. Unfortunately, it is definitely not a kind of strip club any man would be interested in, but I'll take any monetary back up I can get...
NHPlanner said:Good luck finding a location if you go for it.....most NH towns and cities have Sexually Oriented Business (SOB) ordinances, and not many NH communities have areas left available for SOB's.
Planner Groupie said:Who said anything about doing it in NH? I'm not concerned about ordinances. You just have to know who the right people and know what makes them tick if ya know what I mean ;-)
NHPlanner said:I do know what you mean.
Though it seems like you'd be losing some groupie status if you just go about disregarding ordinances and such.
Chet said:In 6.5 years I max out the part of my state pension formula for 'years of service' and my pension will only increase based on the balance of the formula, calculated on my 'three highest years earnings'. Being waaaaay too young to retire, I'll move on to a career in another state (preferrably one like NV or FL with nice climate and no state income tax), start over in another state pension system, work antoher 15 or more years, and retire with two sizeable pensions, my own savings, and if it still exists, social security as an unexpected cash stream.
Ironically, despite advances in modern medicine, the men in my family die young and that will leave me an anticiapted 1.7 years before my estate gets divided up....
Cardinal said:Teaching college would be fun. Maybe NHPlanner, Pete-Rock, Planderella and I can open up our own university.
mendelman said:Kayak the length of all the major rivers in North America and maybe kayak across a couple Great Lakes. Do this with a bunch of good friends. Hell, I might do this in the next couple years.
Cardinal said:Why wait? There is a great stretch of the Green River from Green River, UT to Lake Powell, without a single road crossing it. Or maybe the headwaters of the Missouri, to commenmorate Lewis & Clark's trip? I'll be ready this summer.
mendelman said:Well, I only have 2 weeks vacation and many familial responsibilities that take all that time. Plus my kayak is still at my brother's house in Alpena, MI (8 hours away) where it's been since summer of 1997. I do not yet have storage space for it.
but soon will have space. I love kayaking! :-D