You’re friends with SPARKY there has to be some regretI never planned to retire, I loved my job too much. Then, one corporate reorganization too many in 2017 put me in a group where the number one priority of management was to lie about quality and performance of the equipment they promised to executives. I refused to participate in that lie. I waited for the next round of stock options to mature and proudly walked out in July 2018 at the age of 67. No regrets whatsoever.
PS: that whole organization was shut down 13 month later and 300+ people laid off. Should I have waited for a layoff package? Nope. My integrity is not for sale.
No regrets there either. After 90,000 miles riding alone I now have a riding buddy.You’re friends with SPARKY there has to be some regret
He is a cute little fella isn’t heNo regrets there either. After 90,000 miles riding alone I now have a riding buddy.
I bet you though that HE has regrets: I am too slow for him. Of course, little guys on little bikes can go around Colorado twisties much faster than big guys on big bikes.
(Oh boy, I am going to be in trouble now).