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Discussion in '☋ General Chat ☋' started by ghost7, Aug 3, 2008.

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    ghost7 DI New Member Veteran Army

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    Thinking of visiting first with the possibility of returning and living there if I enjoy it.

    I'm Catholic in upbringing and education--not so good at actual practice--so I'll have no problem with identifying with that aspect of the culture. If I decide to go I'll have sufficient funds to live at $45k or so annually. It sounds as if that is plenty there.

    I've got an American law degree (JD) and a masters in history; wouldn't mind teaching pro bono (free) a class or two at the university level. It's only a thought but is this feasible?
     
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    Hi,
    I am sure I could help you out finding a place in a university here. I work in one of them and I would very happy to help you.

    Regards

    Paul
     
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    john boy DI Forum Luminary Highly Rated Poster

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    Hi Ghost7 and welcome to the Forum
    Read on, read on, plenty of info on this forum
    If the life style in Duma is to your liking you would have a great way of life and a nice place to retire on your annual income..... Married or Single ?
    regards john
     
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    That's great!

    I won't bother you for now over it but, if you don't mind, I might take you up on it in the future as things develop. I just don't want to sit around.
     
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    I'm only 47 so 'retire' is a relative term. I'm single at the moment, but this is Seattle--it's a pretty decent place for single guys my age group.
     
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