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Yes, there are options. But the poster I was responding to said "developed world". I don't think Costa Rica fits in that category, though it might be a fine place to go.

I'm thinking Canada, most of Europe, parts of Asia (like Japan). Those are "developed". And they don't want us. Unless we have to be very wealthy (which I am not, by developed world standards).

I should be OK, but the excrement is likely to hit the air-moving device around the time I die. The ratio of workers to benefits receivers is going to be crappy (expect benefit cuts), people aren't (and already can't, in many cases) afford school, health care is only getting more expensive, etc.

People retired now hit the sweet spot. I may barely have squeaked under the wire. Twenty years from now it's probably gonna get ugly.

I'd rather be in Sweden. (Hey, I got a parka.)
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