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A Sampling Of U.S. Postage Stamps From the 1930's - Late 1940's

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    Posted 11 years ago

    bahamaboy
    (224 items)

    More stamps from a long ago collection. I don't collect stamps anymore and actually didn't really collect them at all. But I ended up with quite a few from the flawed gene I have that has to do with "hoarding". I'm just shy of needing an intervention. And while these stamps mean very little to me, I just can't bring myself to toss them or get rid of them at all. So I will kick the "proverbial" can down the road and let my kids deal with everything after I'm gone. Sad huh?

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    1. bahamaboy bahamaboy, 11 years ago
      If the law of averages hold up and considering my perfect health, I may have another 30 good years and maybe 4-6 bad years left. So no, not any time soon. What I plan on doing is getting with God and try to talk him into letting me in on my "check out" time and then about ten years before that date, I'm gonna sell everything and then proceed to spend the crap outta the money. A good friend of the family always use to say, anybody that dies with more than 10 grand in the bank is a "loser". Cause they didn't get a chance to enjoy themselves. So that's my story, and I'm sticking to it".

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