Retiring at age 62.5 was a mistake–
I should have done it on my 60th Birthday!
Moving into the Red Hat Lodge Retirement Home at the tender age of 62.5 years-old was definitely a wrong move on my part. I should have checked in on the morning of my 60th Birthday! Retiring at age 62 was a mistake because the minimum age to reside in luxury at the Red Hat Lodge is 60. When I moved into the Lodge I only had six months to live. Now I feel so good I could live to be a hundred years-old! I would never move out of the Red Hat Home. Who could ever leave this incredible 33 acre campus?
We are all grifters here
Why would anyone ever decline residence in a beautiful one bedroom apartment at the Red Hat Home? Probably because they have considerable net worth including a million dollar residence in the desert. We are all grifters here at the Red Hat Home. Including the employees. Why would any employee ever quit working at the Red Hat Lodge Retirement Home?
Who will be the next employee to quit working for the Red Hat Lodge Retirement Home?
The Red Hat Retirement Home is supposed to be one of the best places on the planet to work for. So why do so many long time employees suddenly jump up and quit their fun job in a huff? Maybe we don’t pay competitive salaries. From what I understand the low pay in the elder health care industry is a problem. I wonder who will be the next employee to quit his or her cushy job at the Red Hat Home?
Big Brother is Watching, Listening and Smelling Your Smoke!
We have recently upgraded our eyes, ears and noses here at the Red Hat Lodge Room. You will notice the new cameras and microphones that were installed last week. Now our real time high resolution video surveillance also has high quality audio capability. Now the Brethren can see you and hear you. And with our new AirGuard marijuana and tobacco smoke detectors we can also even smell exactly what you are smoking!
Who’ll Be The Next In Line to Leave Their Employment at The Red Hat Lodge Retirement Home, WILL YOU?
The crispness of this new stereo version of Who’ll Be The Next In Line by The Kinks makes it seem like this is the first time I have ever heard this song. When I was learning how to play guitar I only had a monaural version. Who’ll be the next in line for a heart ache, will you?