I Tested For You Early Retirement

Sep 18, 2018

A serious music insight by Queen’s song “Death On Two Legs” helped me with my early retirement. In a nutshell, you will think about the path from afar.

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When I think about my life and how I retired from the banking industry, it was very clear it was time for another challenge: music. I guess that’s what will happen for most of you when you are 65, the age of retirement.

Of course, those rules were made by some people and I don’t know why. After all, that narcissistic perversion made us stuck here on Earth for 200 million years. And I read someone lived 900 years 2000 years ago.

Now that’s where it could come in handy. Today, we can travel at 10% the speed of light. That means our nearest star is 40 years from Earth. What if you could live 200 years like Abraham (the father of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity)?

At 65, You Should Have Enough Money

Maybe now I’m almost 90 years. And people are talking about my blog all over town saying it’s a crying shame. But the truth is I listened to a lot of good music. And that blog is based on jazz, blues, soul, funk, and rock. A bit of rap and electronic.

We have to find solutions to problems. And of course, we have to test the solution. Excellent for the heart, optimal maybe, the solution should benefit a maximum of people. That’s why I’m on my space trip to the nearest star (Proxima Centauri).

Now imagine you could watch the stars set on that planet from your secondary residence. And then come back on Earth to see your grandchildren. With space travels, we have 2 solutions: either we travel fast, either we can live 900 years in good health.

That’s why I’m still on the case. It’s my identity that I’m looking for on every street. I’m a talented musician and I’m a fan of astronomy.

Jokers And Thieves Of The First Division

When you retire, you will notice some disrespect. I mean if you respect yourself, people will respect you. But the occasional horror can happen, like someone taking a stone from your soul while you investigate.

Retirement is a sensitive subject because it should be the moment where we can really embrace our passion without thinking of our jobs who should bring us good money. For example, Brian May (Queen’s guitarist) decided to make studies on astrophysics at age 60.

He was awarded a Ph.D. in astrophysics from Imperial College London in 2007 and was Chancellor of Liverpool John Moores University from 2008 to 2013. He was a “science team collaborator” with NASA’s New Horizons Pluto mission. He is also a co-founder of the awareness campaign, Asteroid Day. Asteroid 52665 Brianmay was named after him.

No One Will Give You A Damn

Experienced people talk like big business tycoons. And some listeners think they’re just hot air balloons. It happened to Jesus 2000 years ago. When it comes to retiring, one will wonder if that fight was worth it.

If people give you damn, some will help you remember why you should be ashamed of yourself. They will face you and make you look like shit because they look like shit.

Recently, on the ladder of my life, I had a good friend that came to me and shouted like a dog about how I saved many lives and how masculine I am. Of course, that friend spent too much time with girls and started to remove the hair from his body.

No one will give you a damn, it happens every day. Every day people are so important, that’s why I went under the bridge: the city she loves me. It’s my family.

Sharks Don’t Have Cancer Or Bad Disease

65 years is a long time and you will forget about your crime. But some won’t. I guess they have a big pleasure talking about your mistakes because that helps them with theirs.

Now I’m going to share one mistake I made, that cost me a lot. I can point one mistake exactly because memory is a matter of reconstruction (and also association). If you’re lazy, choose wonderful associates. If you feel enough energy, do not hesitate to innovate.

Jealousy, sometimes it’s interesting, and sometimes it’s debilitating. People will resent you because for strange reasons like “you make me think of Scott Bakula or Michael T. Weiss and that’s why I don’t like you”.

It’s no secret that the stars are falling from the sky but jealousy can get really awkward. You will fluctuate and someone will fall from his/her pedestal.

Unemployed, Make Yourself Null And Void

As a conclusion, fundamental things apply as time goes by. Do you have something to lose? You need a good defense because you will have feelings that won’t go away. That’s why I’m testing for you a method that will allow us to live at least 900 years and ease space travels.

The hardest thing to tolerate during those 900 years (maybe 1000 years if we follow the Byzantine empire method) will be severity and cruelty. Some people will say it’s normal but we are not prepared.

We spent 200 million years on Earth and we still can’t find a 2nd planet to relax a bit. World population reached 1 billion in 200 million years and then 7 billion in 100 years. The plot is becoming less and less intriguing: our psyche is screaming!

We gotta get out of this place. Only to check if it’s feasible. Otherwise, we can let seriously ill people die. After all, that’s what that 20th-century bitch was about: living space (lebensraum in German).

Nicolas Sursock

Nicolas is a musician. His work now focuses on digesting 10000 songs of jazz, blues, soul, rock, funk and electronic. He plays the guitar if he's not blogging!