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October 27, 2008


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Syd, you should also note that Lahde's goodbye letter also had a passage on the greatness of smoking pot:
"Marijuana. It gets you high, it makes you laugh, it does not produce a hangover. Unlike alcohol, it does not result in bar fights or wife beating. So, why is this innocuous plant illegal? Is it a gateway drug? No, that would be alcohol, which is so heavily advertised in this country. My only conclusion as to why it is illegal, is that Corporate America, which owns Congress, would rather sell you Paxil, Zoloft, Xanax and other additive drugs, than allow you to grow a plant in your home without some of the profits going into their coffers. This policy is ludicrous."

One has to assume that Lahde wasn't toking on the doobie when he penned his letter. LOL.

I don't know about you but I get the feeling that: 'Turn on, Tune in and drop out' is going to make a comeback. People working hard and making money is going to be a thing of the past, as more and more managers become disillusioned and disenfranchised.

Retired Syd

Boomie: Yes, we may indeed be heading toward more "revolutionary" times. Though most people, I would assume, are not in the financial position to be able to "drop out." But for those that are, I doubt very much they will look back at the end of their lives and say "I only wish I had worked more."

Zoloft lawsuits

Retirement for some is a release that they are looking for because of the busy schedules of work that keeps them from spending time with their family and friends. Some people have even retired early to enjoy their benefits while they are still young. They often travel to the places they long visit but never had the time.

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