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  Reply # 1933303 10-Jan-2018 07:26
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I was issued a "Lifetime" drivers licence once...it must have just meant the lifetime of the licence, not me :-)

 



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I've still got mine bees wax paper. 


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waiting for my subscription to tick over.... what a wait / weight!!!!!!!!! 


 
 
 
 


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Great idea to have lifetime subscriptions. Have signed up. Let's see, I'm 64 now ... if I live to be 100 I'll have saved over $750 ... it will be just my bad luck if I kick the bucket tomorrow.





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Considering I pretty much just take from this forum, as in... I have a problem, or need some advice, I post a vague, rambling request for help, and then someone invariably responds with solid, reliable, and usually, detailed advice, I thought it should off-set things my moving from annual subscriber to lifetime. As well as feeling particularly benevolent, I can now have confidence that my remaining years of ineptitude and ignorance will be suitably corrected and educated by this site.


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  Reply # 1939149 15-Jan-2018 16:03
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coffeebaron: Maybe you could add a higher price "Premium Subscription" no extra benefits, just for a bit of extra status or something:)

 

 

 

For people like myself who ask a million things and fill the forum with worthless garbage like posts about trump :) 

 

 

 

Charge em for being here! 





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