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    63 Years At The Same Job!
    If you think you can't make it with affiliate marketing, here's another idea...

    UPS's longest-tenured employee looks back before retiring!

    Source: Detroit resident Marty Peters, 87, retires after 63 years at UPS.
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    I know a guy that beats that. He just finished his his 63rd year and is 89 years old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Vinny O'Hare
    I know a guy that beats that. He just finished his his 63rd year and is 89 years old.
    Big deal!


    It's not how old you're now, it's about, how long you've worked on the same job!

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    I agree Sal the guy is in better shape then anyone I know.
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    This guy leaves them both in the dust! He worked for LA transit for 76 years and retired on his 100th birthday. The only sick day he took off was in 1988 when his wife died.

    http://www.thevoiceofreason.com/Real...tiresAt100.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by meadowmufn
    This guy leaves them both in the dust! He worked for LA transit for 76 years and retired on his 100th birthday. The only sick day he took off was in 1988 when his wife died.




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