Fifty-year-old Eddie Whitlock thought he was closing in on his hard-earned golden years. According to his master plan, in just five short years he’d retire from his job as executive director for Mental Health America of Northeast Georgia. Then he’d turn his attention to the important things: golf, travel and finally writing that novel.
But this fall, after months of watching his 401(k) dwindle and his stock earnings sink, he accepted his new retirement reality: His golden years would be delayed another 10. If they ever came at all.
Excuse me if I don't weep for Eddie or blame his delima on W. Eddie should have been more cautious with his hard earned savings if retiring at such a young age to waste time playing golf is his idea of a life well lived.
Here here! I agree 100% Dumbasses that want to retire in their 50's and play golf all day are in for a reality check yo. The rest of the world is about to rid itself of the parasite (US) that has been sucking the life out of it IMO yo.