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#290 - I don't understand people bitching at this... I think this dec…  [+] (3 replies) 05/26/2016 on when in rome +4
#310 - anon (05/26/2016) [-]
Does it say they are immigrants or refugees? Because Muslims do exist outside of the middle east.

He could be born and raised there and just as Swiss as the teacher he offended. Religions are not restricted to a particular part of the world.
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#316 - forsakensaint (05/26/2016) [-]
If they were born and raised there, they would have known and learned the shaking hands culture and shit. Fairly obvious from that news that they arent originally swiss.
#318 - anon (05/26/2016) [-]
Well you get most of your information about culture from your parents before you start school. What if their parents always taught them not to and school was their first introduction to shaking hands. From what I am getting from this, these kids are really young.
#151 - With no career, no pension, no medical insurance, no real prop…  [+] (2 replies) 05/10/2016 on and im going to die alone +2
#157 - totallytito (05/10/2016) [-]
Unfortunately true, but then again they can simply sell the boat after they're done.
Even if it's old, it could still go for a hefty minimum 50 grand, which is more than enough for the initial downpayment for a small single bedroom apartment. Some of the leftover money can be spent on getting their drivers licenses renewed, sharing a used car, finding a job(then buying a second used car after a few pay checks from their two jobs so they can drive to their separate locations without needing to carpool.

With their combined funding, they can afford some basic insurance while slowly building up their retirement fund. Sure they won't get to retire for very long, but considering how they just had a major 10-year "pre-tirement", that's a pretty sweet deal that probably totals out to 15 years of their lives without having to work a day job(excluding their childhood and teens), which adds up to a total of 30 years of zero work in their lives.

Imagine, a life where you only needed an actual job for half of your life(assuming you only live to 60).

I know this plan isn't bulletproof, (I thought it up in 5 minutes give me a break), but you've gotta admit that it's a pretty neat scenario.