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24,752. Maybe it’s time you considered that early retirement you talked about. I could take over the bar, and you could fly off into the great unknown never to return. (Star Trek & Retirement) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: Little Green Men s4e8, Rom to Quark
25,044. I’m retiring. Your mother and I are moving to Raisa. (Star Trek & Retirement) Star Trek: Deep Space Nine: The Dogs of War s7e24, Grand Nagus to Quark
39,335. I’m retiring because there are more pleasant things to do than beat up people. (Boxing & Retirement) Muhammad Ali, cited Roger Dawson 'Secrets of Power Persuasion for Salespeople' 2003
128,259. I’m happy to be getting out. I mean, it’s been hell. (Boxers: Ali & Retirement & Resignation & Death & Life’s Like That) Muhammad Ali, cited What’s My Name
42,694. 43% of Americans now have less than 10K saved for retirement. (Debt & Money & Currency & Economics & Saving & Retirement) Celente & Schiff & Paul & Faber & Rogers & Woods, MeltUp: The Beginning of a US Currency Crisis
42,695. Retirement will become a thing of the past ... Social security won’t be there ... Retirees will soon be forced to re-enter the workforce. (Debt & Money & Currency & Economics & Saving & Retirement) ibid.
43,237. We spend our lives on the run. We get up by the clock, eat and sleep by the clock, go to work by the clock, get up again, go to work – and then we retire. And what do they fucking give us? A clock. (Comedy & Clock & Retirement) Dave Allen
75,326. I worked hard in gymnastics since the time I was six years old until I retired at 23 years of age. (Gymnastics & Retirement) Nadia Comaneci
48,512. I was telling you I went down a coalmine the other day. We sank into a pit half a mile deep. We then walked underneath the mountain, and we did about three-quarters of a mile with rock and shale above us. The earth seemed to be straining around us and above us to crush us in.
You could see the pit-props bent and twisted and sundered until you saw their fibres split in resisting the pressure. Sometimes they give way, and then there is mutilation and death. Often a spark ignites: the whole pit is deluged in fire, and the breath of life is scorched out of hundreds of breasts by the consuming flame. In the very next colliery to the one I descended just a few years ago three hundred people lost their lives in that way. And yet when the Prime Minister and I knock at the door of these great landlords, and say to them: Here, you know, these poor fellows who have been digging up royalties at the risk of their lives, some of them are old, they have survived the perils of their trade, they are broken, they can earn no more. Won’t you give them something towards keeping them out of the workhouse? They scowl at us, and we say: Only a ha’penny, just a copper. They say: You thieves! And they turn their dogs on to us, and you can hear their bark every morning. If this is an indication of the view taken by these great landlords of their responsibility to the people who at the risk of life create their wealth, then I say their day of reckoning is at hand. (Coal & Mines & England & Great Britain & United Kingdom & Working Class & Old Age & Retirement) Lloyd George, address Edinburgh Castle Limehouse London
86,239. I could well be content
To entertain the lag-end of my life
With quiet hours. (Quiet & Retirement) William Shakespeare, I Henry V i 23
86,240. I don’t even think about a retirement program because I’m working for the Lord, for the Almighty. And even thought the Lord’s pay isn’t very high, his retirement program is, you might say, out of this world. George Foreman
86,680. O, blest retirement! friend to life’s decline –
How blest is he who crowns, in shades like these,
A youth of labour with an age of ease! Oliver Goldsmith
86,681. Retirement is wonderful. It’s doing nothing without worrying about getting caught at it. (Retirement & Nothing) Gene Perret
86,682. Retirement means no pressure, no stress, no heartache ... unless you play golf. (Retirement & Golf) Gene Perret
86,683. When a man retires and time is no longer a matter of urgent importance, his colleagues generally present him with a watch. R C Sherriff
86,684. Don’t underestimate the value of Doing Nothing, of just going along, listening to all the things you can’t hear, and not bothering. (Retirement & Nothing) Pooh's Little Instruction Book, inspired by A A Milne
86,685. Retirement at sixty-five is ridiculous. When I was sixty-five I still had pimples. (Retirement & Old Age & Rope) George Burns
86,686. Retirement may be looked upon either as a prolonged holiday or as a rejection, a being thrown on to the scrap-heap. Simone de Beauvoir
86,687. Retirement without the love of letters is a living burial. Seneca the Younger, A Little Book of Aphorisms
98,419. The sporting legend Michael Phelps of course who has announced his retirement from Professional swinging ... (Swimming & News & Retirement) BBC Business News 5.44 a.m. 15th August 2016
127,157. Pensions: are we saving enough? Could you survive a week on your predicted pension? Are they too complicated? And what about those with little or no pension? (Pension & Retirement) Tonight: Pensions: Are You Saving Enough? ITV 2019
132,085. Britain is sleepwalking into a pension crisis. One in five of us isn’t saving anything into a personal pension. Are you? Around 80% have no idea how much they’ll actually need to fun their retirement. (Pension & Old Age & Retirement) Britain’s Great Pension Crisis with Michael Buerk, Channel 5 2019
132,086. A series of financial scandals have seen pensioners lose a lifetime of savings in retirement. (Pension & Old Age & Retirement) ibid.
132,087. Over 10% of people over the age of 65 are still working. (Pension & Old Age & Retirement) ibid.
132,088. Savers could be losing around £2,000,000,000 in pension scandals. (Pension & Old Age & Retirement) ibid.
132,121. There’s a pension time-bomb set to explode in Britain over the next decade. With 20% of British workers not saving anything for their pension, the number of people living out their retirement in poverty is set to soar. Already, 90% of people on low incomes are relying exclusively on the government to fund their retirement. With over 1.5 pensioners forced to keep working beyond retirement age, will you have to work till you drop. (Pension & Old Age & Retirement) Britain’s Great Pension Crisis with Michael Buerk II