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Hooters Is Closing Its Restaurants Because Millennials Aren’T Interested In Breasts Anymore

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Hunting for me and most I know, is about putting food on the table, in addition to the obvious benefits of exercise and adventure.

 

It is worth knowing that in Middle Earth, Deer and others (Chamois etc) are introduced species, not endemic, and were/are viewed as pests in our national parks. Hunting is a bonus to pest control.

 

Hobbits on the other hand...

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I think this is related to the low birthrate going on in society. From what I hear and can tell when I travel to p4p areas not as many western millennials coming to Pattaya, Angeles, etc

Not as many going to strip clubs in America either. Porn's biggest audience are 50 plus white males .Japan can't get their millennials to go near a woman. The average age western men are getting married keeps getting older and older each year.

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>>> which I’m sure the “Millenials are psychologically-damaged narcissists†crew would have a field day with

 

And continuing in this theme, I relate my morning walk to you, not as boring as you might think.

 

I often go for a walk around Takapuna beach in Auckland. Its the bit where sand meets sea, on an ancient lava field, the fossilised remains of a forest can still be seen. See 1st photo

 

 

 

Other people also walk here, olden folk like me, young girls who don't need to jog, because their lycra is already clinging, to every nook of their extremely slim and attractive bodies, but jog they do, never the less, sigh.

 

And then there's this Foof, who, in the possession of a large rubber band, is doing the me generation's version, of Yoga or exercise, or something.

 

The position he has chosen is not some out of the way cranny on the foreshore, but a small piece of sand mere metres away from the walking path that all have to use, as they pass this spot. Despite there being kilometres of beach and wide open space a few metres in either direction, he has chosen to display his wonderfulness to the public, in the most prominent pinch point of the walking path. See photo 2

 

 

 

Needless to say, his hair was coiffed to within an inch of a photo shoot, so as I passed, I kindly said, "Don't muss your hair now..."

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I am seriously looking at NZ as a place to go to for semi retirement. Last summer I visited the embassy and went online about how to get there for a work visa and tried to secure a job with a company who would sponsor me. I like what I see about NZ. I wouldn't live in Auckland as nice as it is. Christchurch or Wellington probably.

 

Other places on the list, LOS, Philippines, Senegal, Spain, Portugal, basically many places....haha. But I really, really like NZ .On average the nicest English speaking people I've ever met. I've met maybe one jerk from there.

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As I've said before, you'd fit right in, so long as you don't go cluttering up the scenery with new age Yoga-cize :)

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I like NZ. I spent 3 months there traveling all over. I even enjoyed Palmerston North, and especially the cutie waitress from the hotel there who joined me on the rest of my working tour. Ah them wuz the days.

 

My only real beef with the place was the remoteness, it may feel a bit more connected these days but early 90's it really did feel a long way away from everywhere else. Back then finding work was I think the other real problem. For retirement, well not so much an issue then. I think my primary reqiurement heading into the third age would be easy access to critical medical support. Would not want to be 4 hours from good hospital facilities.

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I am seriously looking at NZ as a place to go to for semi retirement. Last summer I visited the embassy and went online about how to get there for a work visa and tried to secure a job with a company who would sponsor me. I like what I see about NZ. I wouldn't live in Auckland as nice as it is. Christchurch or Wellington probably.

 

I grew up in Auckland and consider it home, even if I was not born there. Fantastic city but outrageously expensive housing and traffic that is out of control. It's New Zealand's one and only international city.

 

I'm originally from Wellington and love the place. It has a certain charm and style and the main downtown city area is easily walkable. Heaps of good cafes, restaurants, bars and a fantastic vibe if you're in to going out...but the weather is not great - and even that is being kind.

 

Christchurch I cannot stand. Honestly, unless one had a compelling reason to be there I would not choose to live there.

 

If you don't need to be somewhere so big, check out Tauranga (100,000+ people) or Napier (60,000 people). Both are pretty cities, are on the coast, have very good weather and are much more affordable and easier to get around than Auckland....but of course that means there's less to do.

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I don't want too small. What is wrong with Christchurch? I also LOVE kiwi women. I'm already an All Blacks fan thanks to a UCLA law student from Auckland many years ago even though she broke my heart like a twig. I saw a video a while back on the best places in NZ to live. Those two may have been there. I'd probably get motorbike as well as car.

My bestie/sister, who we introduce each other as brother and sister (but aren't) wants to come too. Ex model. She will be popular...haha.

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