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"I am 32 and I have enough to retire right now..."

Don't believe you, sorry. You are much too quick to dismiss anything positive someone else claims - that gives you away.

" I certainly don't feel bad for someone who is 70 years old that still needs other peoples money."

I don't see anywhere in the thread where malaoshi said she still needs other peoples money. In fact, she said the opposite. This is simple stuff, Marky. At 32 (assuming that's really your age - you seem MUCH younger), you are old enough to get easy facts straight. Besides, you were rude. Can you imagine talking to your grandfather that way?

"You've been here 4 decades longer than me and you didn't pick up enough extra cash in that time to support yourself? What the hell have you been doing?"

Rude again - and wrong (again). She has enough, and told you so. She also mentioned you are wrong and 'sour'. That's a good word. It would benefit you to work on a change of attitude. A little more positive thinking is good for you. The rudeness and snarky comments aren't helpful at all. Frankly, they make you look petty.

You could learn something from a reasonable, intelligent poster like malaoshi. You could.
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