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I'm not sure if our colonial friends use the term "old age pensioner" (do they even have pensions? A country that doesn't have a national health service would surely be content to leave old folk out to die in the wilderness once their economically productive days are over), so I decided this would be more appreciated here. 🙂

Jnei 8 Aug 12
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...you unsettle my mind ,,,on a regular basis🛀
:::better to work em to death/we regularlly find forgotten workers-some are still ON THE PAYROLL$

BBJong Level 7 Aug 17, 2019
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That's a classic, a legend already!

Red_Cat Level 7 Aug 12, 2019
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Oh my! 😂🤣🤣

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We mostly call then retired. Some here have pensions, others rely on Social Security retirement checks (cheques).

MizJ Level 7 Aug 12, 2019

We all get pensions of varying amounts...depending on how long we paid the national insurance stamp. There is a minimum...which I would hate to have to be living on. Then we have our private or occupational pensions as well.

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