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Langston: If he's still alive at 88, there's no way he's eating anything from McDonald's
mrlewish: Sad that he feels it's necessary to work.
oldfarthenry: [img.thesun.co.uk image 466x607]I fought to keep the Nazis off our shores so you pecker-heads could should burgers down your gobs!You goddamn better be having fries with that order!
buckets_of_fun: Is his tie tucked into his pants? If so, I wanna be this guy.
technoblogical: buckets_of_fun: Is his tie tucked into his pants? If so, I wanna be this guy.I like that they didn't line up the fabric of his shirt properly. It looks like he's wearing two half-shirts stitched together.
VvonderJesus: mrlewish: Sad that he feels it's necessary to work.FTA: "After four days off at home I look forward to coming to work because I like talking to people and meeting people."
jake3988: World War Two veteran Bill, who lives in Connah's Quay, five miles from work, adds: "The staff think the world of me. A lot of them are much younger than I am, like a whole different generation. But we're like a family and I'm their father."============================================You're 88 and they're teenagers, you're barely young enough to be their grandfather. You're their greatgrandfather.
dforkus: My dad pretty much turned into a depressed alcoholic lump within 18 months of retiring, so I really see the upside to keeping working.I don't know if I'd want to do what I do now at 75, but wouldn't see it as some kind of defeat if I'm doing something...
valkore: Wow, that guy's life seems depressing. WWII vet (probably as infantry), discharged and moved onto steelwork, then aircraft manufacturing, then taxi driving, onto a relatively pointless job at McDonald's most likely due to some agreement with the government to provide seniors with jobs in exchange for a tax benefit. Next step, death.If he knew that his life would turn out this way at 17 years old, would he have just ended it with a self inflicted gunshot wound to the temple? I probably would have.