Starting a New Life at 102

I just love that last quote that he doesn’t want to look back at 105 and regret not emigrating at 102. I only hope I get to be 102!
clipped from www.telegraph.co.uk

Eric King-Turner is poised to become one of Britain’s oldest emigrants when he leaves Britain to start a new life in New Zealand.

The retired dentist, who was a surgeon commander in the Royal Navy, will turn 103 within weeks of completing the 12,000-mile voyage from Southampton on the Saga Rose liner with his 87-year-old wife Doris.

Mr King-Turner said: “I like New Zealand. The way of life is much the same as here but it is not so crowded and the weather is better.

“It’s a wonderful new adventure and I would say to anyone that if you want to do something you should do it straight away.

“What’s important is that when I’m 105 I don’t want to be thinking ‘I wish I had moved to the other side of the world when I was 102.’ “

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New Jersey – Half Want to Leave

New Jersey – soon to be populated only with state government employees and retirees.

clipped from www.anklebitingpundits.com
If you live in New Jersey and are reading this post, chances are you want to get out, as a new poll shows that half of all New Jersey residents want to leave the state.
The reasons cited by most of those wanting to leave: high taxes, �the high cost of living, and high housing costs. And here’s worse news -�half of those wanting to leave are under the age of 50, and 60% are�making between $50-$60,000.00 per year.
the state is $58 billion in the hole thanks to the promise of “free” health care for retirees.
But in a way, the desire of these folks to leave is partially of their own making. They are the same ones voting in politicians that promise them the�moon, who refuse to cut spending, and who�somehow believe that “taxing the rich” is going to provide them with a never-ending stream of revenue.
Yes New Jersey, Atlas is�shrugging.�

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