Here's a challenge. No matter hourly or management, find 5 people who will utter that statement at UPS. You'll do well not to find 5 people who aren't saying "I can't wait until I retire!" I swear I think it's in the policy book that we all say this. OK, as much as there is to laugh about us all at UPS there has been more and more evidence coming forth that continuing to work is a good thing in regards to health and longevity. Another piece along these lines I read today and it got me to wondering. Could a partial or even major solution to the social security problem be in allowing retirees to work and be completely tax free if they choose to work and not draw social security, even after reaching the mandatory ages? Granted, there are many other issues to address in all of this and the numbers may not really work but in reading the above (even though nothing like this was mentioned) I had to wonder about this myself. Retiring from UPS is a real appealing thought but not to hang out around the house and do nothing or spend day after day on the golf course. As a lefty who can not hook a ball to save his life, I reframe from golf in the interest of world peace. Upon retiring from UPS I do plan on doing something else work related but this time it won't be about money to sustain a lifestyle. I often joke my post UPS dreamjob is driving the truck. You know, the white S-10 with the yellow hat on top that sez NAPA!