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On Jun 24, 2009, at 6:56 AM, Gary L. Hodgson and Assoc. wrote:

I am going to show this to my wife so that when I win the lottery, she will let me quit.
I figured if I ever came into an 8 figure settlement of any kind, I'd still keep working, but only on interesting stuff. The engineering biz is generally fun, but imagine how sweet it'd be if you really were your own boss. Vacations on a whim, no scrabbling for work, good- bye bottom feeders and a remodeled office with actual storage space.

Damn. Now I'll be mentally re-working my office for the next hour.

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