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Where do you see yourself in 50 years?
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Posted 10/7/14

PhantomGundam wrote:


galaxiias wrote:

Hopefully in a virtual reality.


Don't worry. 50 years is plenty of time. We'll have virtually reality long before then. I'm sure we'll be capable of living in the database.



well thats the dream!
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Most likely farting dust....

Either that or I'm 102 and pooping myself.

I am not too optimistic about the future...

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20 / F / Over The Rainbow
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Hopefully Not in a graveyard!
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Working as a film director and screen writer and living with my future wife( if I ever meet her) in the country. I don't plan on living in Hollywood, I just want to live a nice quite life, but make movies because it's something I enjoy( My style would vary as I enjoy variety, but I would mainly focus on more thought provoking movies that are fun to analyze). Also would be hanging with my grandkids and telling them stories of how their parents were as kids.
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22 / M / Swedish Street Life
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Well could be dead but in 50 years i will prob drink some whiskey read a good book and just enjoy life
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21 / M
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Playing Smash Bros with all the other cool old people.
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21 / M / Tiphares
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Doing alright.
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30 / M / Kent, England
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I'm 28 now, so at 78 with the unhealthy life I lead?
Dead.
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I'll be 67 by that time. I'll be listening to music in order to bring back memories, that is if I get Alzheimer during this time. Hopefully I don't so I can convince my future grandchildren to watch anime.
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22 / F
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in a big plant/laboratory, working as a chemical engineer
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29 / F / England
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tearing up the old folks home

whoop whoop
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24 / M / Sweden
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as the old and wise leader of a group of roving outcasts in the post apocalyptic wasteland after all the wars, alien invasions, machine uprisings, new Youtube layouts and so on. I'd be the guy who still usues a double barreled shotgun when there's plenty of high tech weaponry laying around. :3
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Well by then i'll be 80 years old so probably dead or very near to it. I don't want to get really old before i die anyway i'd hate to suffer for years not being able to do anything for myself
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Recently retired or about to retire from working as a technical services librarian. Living with my partner, lots of books, and possibly a few cats.
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Posted 10/8/14 , edited 10/8/14
I love this dude

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2650882/D-Day-veteran-89-reported-missing-care-home-staff-told-travel-France-Normandy-escaping-joining-friends.html

D-Day veteran Bernard who is 89 and snuck off from care home to go to 70th anniversary commemorations in Normandy after being told he was too ill to go.

amazing....
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