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Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: 11th hour callings ()
Date: October 23, 2020 05:33PM

Im 32 now, but im trying to plan ahead for what ill do when i “retire”. Id like to do something a little more blue collar & work with my hands when I retire & i was thinking of becoming an electrician. Im in pretty good shape now and i plan to be in good shape in my 60s, so I figure this could be a good fit.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: I don't see why not ()
Date: October 23, 2020 05:57PM

Hire some kid to do the heavy lifting and you do the brainier stuff.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: jus sayin ()
Date: October 23, 2020 06:02PM

11th hour callings Wrote:
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> Im 32 now, but im trying to plan ahead for what
> ill do when i “retire”. Id like to do
> something a little more blue collar & work with my
> hands when I retire & i was thinking of becoming
> an electrician. Im in pretty good shape now and i
> plan to be in good shape in my 60s, so I figure
> this could be a good fit.


I don't recommend it. People like you usually end up electrocuting themselves.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: 11th hour callings ()
Date: October 23, 2020 07:00PM

jus sayin Wrote:
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> 11th hour callings Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Im 32 now, but im trying to plan ahead for what
> > ill do when i “retire”. Id like to do
> > something a little more blue collar & work with
> my
> > hands when I retire & i was thinking of
> becoming
> > an electrician. Im in pretty good shape now and
> i
> > plan to be in good shape in my 60s, so I figure
> > this could be a good fit.
>
>
> I don't recommend it. People like you usually end
> up electrocuting themselves.


Nah I don’t think so. Safety standards in the industry are good as is. They’ll only be better 30 some years from now.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: lhnde ()
Date: October 23, 2020 08:02PM

11th hour callings Wrote:
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> jus sayin Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > 11th hour callings Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Im 32 now, but im trying to plan ahead for
> what
> > > ill do when i “retire”. Id like to do
> > > something a little more blue collar & work
> with
> > my
> > > hands when I retire & i was thinking of
> > becoming
> > > an electrician. Im in pretty good shape now
> and
> > i
> > > plan to be in good shape in my 60s, so I
> figure
> > > this could be a good fit.
> >
> >
> > I don't recommend it. People like you usually
> end
> > up electrocuting themselves.
>
>
> Nah I don’t think so. Safety standards in the
> industry are good as is. They’ll only be better
> 30 some years from now.


Thirty years from now we will be throwing rocks and spears at eachother. There will be no electricity....there will be nothing.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Shine Boys Start At Any Age ()
Date: October 23, 2020 08:27PM

You can lick my boots and shine them bright boy without electricity Im Joe In Hiden who first will get rid of the medical care the oil the guns then the electricity and all the jobs and the USA with them . Vote for me and Ill prove it

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: No Questions ! Shine Boy Shine ()
Date: October 23, 2020 08:31PM

I can't answer any questions. Im Joe In Hiden and I don't have Chris Wallace The NBC lady or my teleprompter here to help me

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Gigip ()
Date: October 28, 2020 01:05PM

Of course! Personally I think that it's never too late for studies! So go there and do it, I'm sure that you will be able to study there. Besides, if you have any problems with your writings, then I recommend you to visit one special website there because there you will be able to get some information and help as well.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Dfrdde ()
Date: October 28, 2020 02:09PM

I would not plan on it.. no one will hire someone fresh out of trade school as a helper apprentice who is in their 60s.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: dnypj ()
Date: October 28, 2020 02:16PM

Dfrdde Wrote:
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> I would not plan on it.. no one will hire someone
> fresh out of trade school as a helper apprentice
> who is in their 60s.


That sucks. Many people need to work into their 70's. Where the hell are they supposed to work. Their aren't enough Walmart greeter spots for them all. Sometimes life throws you a curveball in your 60's, but nobody wants to hire them, and they aren't old enough to collect social security or qualify for medicare.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Cdrd ()
Date: October 28, 2020 02:26PM

dnypj Wrote:
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> Dfrdde Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I would not plan on it.. no one will hire
> someone
> > fresh out of trade school as a helper
> apprentice
> > who is in their 60s.
>
>
> That sucks. Many people need to work into their
> 70's. Where the hell are they supposed to work.
> Their aren't enough Walmart greeter spots for them
> all. Sometimes life throws you a curveball in your
> 60's, but nobody wants to hire them, and they
> aren't old enough to collect social security or
> qualify for medicare.


30 years from now, life extension technology will make 60 the “new” 30. People will be living to 150 and even possibly forever. The workforce is only getting old and as population decline becomes more evident, employers will need to rely even more heavily on “older” workers. OP will likely be in prime position to work well into his nineties if he wants to.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Put the crack pipe down ()
Date: October 28, 2020 02:49PM

Cdrd Wrote:
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> dnypj Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Dfrdde Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > I would not plan on it.. no one will hire
> > someone
> > > fresh out of trade school as a helper
> > apprentice
> > > who is in their 60s.
> >
> >
> > That sucks. Many people need to work into their
> > 70's. Where the hell are they supposed to work.
> > Their aren't enough Walmart greeter spots for
> them
> > all. Sometimes life throws you a curveball in
> your
> > 60's, but nobody wants to hire them, and they
> > aren't old enough to collect social security or
> > qualify for medicare.
>
>
> 30 years from now, life extension technology will
> make 60 the “new” 30. People will be living to
> 150 and even possibly forever. The workforce is
> only getting old and as population decline becomes
> more evident, employers will need to rely even
> more heavily on “older” workers. OP will
> likely be in prime position to work well into his
> nineties if he wants to.

Nigga please. Thirty years from now people will NOT be living to be 150 years old....

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: plussed ()
Date: October 28, 2020 02:54PM

I would start now. After the pole shift and Planet X passage, the only jobs around will be in building and related industries because everything will have to be rebuilt on the planet. Get a jump start on it.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Cdrd ()
Date: October 28, 2020 02:55PM

Put the crack pipe down Wrote:
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> Cdrd Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > dnypj Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Dfrdde Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > I would not plan on it.. no one will hire
> > > someone
> > > > fresh out of trade school as a helper
> > > apprentice
> > > > who is in their 60s.
> > >
> > >
> > > That sucks. Many people need to work into
> their
> > > 70's. Where the hell are they supposed to
> work.
> > > Their aren't enough Walmart greeter spots for
> > them
> > > all. Sometimes life throws you a curveball in
> > your
> > > 60's, but nobody wants to hire them, and they
> > > aren't old enough to collect social security
> or
> > > qualify for medicare.
> >
> >
> > 30 years from now, life extension technology
> will
> > make 60 the “new” 30. People will be living
> to
> > 150 and even possibly forever. The workforce is
> > only getting old and as population decline
> becomes
> > more evident, employers will need to rely even
> > more heavily on “older” workers. OP will
> > likely be in prime position to work well into
> his
> > nineties if he wants to.
>
> Nigga please. Thirty years from now people will
> NOT be living to be 150 years old....


They indeed will be and even longer. In fact, there are people alive today that will reach 150

https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.foxnews.com/science/want-to-live-forever-you-just-have-to-make-it-to-2050.amp

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Uh No ()
Date: October 28, 2020 04:08PM

Cdrd Wrote:
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> Put the crack pipe down Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Cdrd Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > dnypj Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > Dfrdde Wrote:
> > > >
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > >
> > > > -----
> > > > > I would not plan on it.. no one will hire
> > > > someone
> > > > > fresh out of trade school as a helper
> > > > apprentice
> > > > > who is in their 60s.
> > > >
> > > >
> > > > That sucks. Many people need to work into
> > their
> > > > 70's. Where the hell are they supposed to
> > work.
> > > > Their aren't enough Walmart greeter spots
> for
> > > them
> > > > all. Sometimes life throws you a curveball
> in
> > > your
> > > > 60's, but nobody wants to hire them, and
> they
> > > > aren't old enough to collect social
> security
> > or
> > > > qualify for medicare.
> > >
> > >
> > > 30 years from now, life extension technology
> > will
> > > make 60 the “new” 30. People will be
> living
> > to
> > > 150 and even possibly forever. The workforce
> is
> > > only getting old and as population decline
> > becomes
> > > more evident, employers will need to rely
> even
> > > more heavily on “older” workers. OP will
> > > likely be in prime position to work well into
> > his
> > > nineties if he wants to.
> >
> > Nigga please. Thirty years from now people will
> > NOT be living to be 150 years old....
>
>
> They indeed will be and even longer. In fact,
> there are people alive today that will reach 150

That's not in 30 years dumbass. So someone who is 120 years old today, in 2020, will make it to 150 years old by 2050? Not happening...
>
> https://www.google.com/amp/s/www.foxnews.com/science/want-to-live-forever-you-just-have-to-make-it-up.amp

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Opie Clem III ()
Date: October 28, 2020 04:28PM

You will not be allowed to matriculate. Trade school slots are reserved for kids who have their whole life ahead of them. Not some overaged, underqualified guy who is confused with what he wants to be in life. The world does not revolve around you, there are deserving kids out there.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: old man take a look ()
Date: June 28, 2021 10:41AM

I love a guy saying, "I'm 32 now, and in pretty good shape" as it relates to what he MIGHT be in another 30 years.

Hell...30 years PRIOR, you couldn't speak, walk, or do anything for yourself!!

That's a lifetime of change...how many pro athletes who were in great shape in their 30's are lardasses when they're 60?

A lot. What you are at 30 has very little bearing on what you'll be at 60.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Aubrey de gray ()
Date: June 28, 2021 10:55AM

old man take a look Wrote:
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> I love a guy saying, "I'm 32 now, and in pretty
> good shape" as it relates to what he MIGHT be in
> another 30 years.
>
> Hell...30 years PRIOR, you couldn't speak, walk,
> or do anything for yourself!!
>
> That's a lifetime of change...how many pro
> athletes who were in great shape in their 30's are
> lardasses when they're 60?
>
> A lot. What you are at 30 has very little bearing
> on what you'll be at 60.

As someone else mentioned, when we finally reach singularity and radical life extension becomes possible, there will be 90 year olds with the appearance and stamina of a 20 year old. We aren’t that far off.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: William Doo ()
Date: July 16, 2021 06:10AM

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Hunter B ()
Date: July 16, 2021 02:46PM

Aubrey de gray Wrote:
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> old man take a look Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I love a guy saying, "I'm 32 now, and in pretty
> > good shape" as it relates to what he MIGHT be
> in
> > another 30 years.
> >
> > Hell...30 years PRIOR, you couldn't speak,
> walk,
> > or do anything for yourself!!
> >
> > That's a lifetime of change...how many pro
> > athletes who were in great shape in their 30's
> are
> > lardasses when they're 60?
> >
> > A lot. What you are at 30 has very little
> bearing
> > on what you'll be at 60.
>
> As someone else mentioned, when we finally reach
> singularity and radical life extension becomes
> possible, there will be 90 year olds with the
> appearance and stamina of a 20 year old. We
> aren’t that far off.


Meth is a very dangerous drug. Just sayin'

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Hunter B ()
Date: July 16, 2021 02:46PM

Aubrey de gray Wrote:
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> old man take a look Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > I love a guy saying, "I'm 32 now, and in pretty
> > good shape" as it relates to what he MIGHT be
> in
> > another 30 years.
> >
> > Hell...30 years PRIOR, you couldn't speak,
> walk,
> > or do anything for yourself!!
> >
> > That's a lifetime of change...how many pro
> > athletes who were in great shape in their 30's
> are
> > lardasses when they're 60?
> >
> > A lot. What you are at 30 has very little
> bearing
> > on what you'll be at 60.
>
> As someone else mentioned, when we finally reach
> singularity and radical life extension becomes
> possible, there will be 90 year olds with the
> appearance and stamina of a 20 year old. We
> aren’t that far off.


Meth is a very dangerous drug. Just sayin'

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: BFF ()
Date: July 16, 2021 02:56PM

Hunter B Wrote:
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> Aubrey de gray Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > old man take a look Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > I love a guy saying, "I'm 32 now, and in
> pretty
> > > good shape" as it relates to what he MIGHT be
> > in
> > > another 30 years.
> > >
> > > Hell...30 years PRIOR, you couldn't speak,
> > walk,
> > > or do anything for yourself!!
> > >
> > > That's a lifetime of change...how many pro
> > > athletes who were in great shape in their
> 30's
> > are
> > > lardasses when they're 60?
> > >
> > > A lot. What you are at 30 has very little
> > bearing
> > > on what you'll be at 60.
> >
> > As someone else mentioned, when we finally
> reach
> > singularity and radical life extension becomes
> > possible, there will be 90 year olds with the
> > appearance and stamina of a 20 year old. We
> > aren’t that far off.
>
>
> Meth is a very dangerous drug. Just sayin'


Not so. Read up on the work of David Sinclair and Aubrey de gray. Very soon, you will have people living to 300 and possibly older. It will be very feasible for someone in their 100s working in the trades.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Im A Believer ()
Date: July 16, 2021 04:16PM

You can lick my boots and shine them bright boy without electricity Im Joe In Hiden who first will get rid of the medical care the oil the guns then the electricity and all the jobs and the USA with them . Vote for me and Ill prove it

Ya you sure are proving it JOE In Hiden and its only been 6 months with you

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Now I'm A True Believer ()
Date: July 16, 2021 04:18PM

No Questions ! Shine Boy Shine Wrote:
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> I can't answer any questions. Im Joe In Hiden and
> I don't have Chris Wallace The NBC lady or my
> teleprompter here to help me

This checks out too Im a true believer now

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: taking away ()
Date: July 16, 2021 04:21PM

11th hour callings Wrote:
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> Im 32 now, but im trying to plan ahead for what
> ill do when i “retire”. Id like to do
> something a little more blue collar & work with my
> hands when I retire & i was thinking of becoming
> an electrician. Im in pretty good shape now and i
> plan to be in good shape in my 60s, so I figure
> this could be a good fit.


No, you had your chance, why take a seat away from some youngster just starting out on life. You want the best of both worlds. Kinda selfish.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Bgg ()
Date: July 16, 2021 04:39PM

taking away Wrote:
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> 11th hour callings Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Im 32 now, but im trying to plan ahead for what
> > ill do when i “retire”. Id like to do
> > something a little more blue collar & work with
> my
> > hands when I retire & i was thinking of
> becoming
> > an electrician. Im in pretty good shape now and
> i
> > plan to be in good shape in my 60s, so I figure
> > this could be a good fit.
>
>
> No, you had your chance, why take a seat away
> from some youngster just starting out on life.
> You want the best of both worlds. Kinda selfish.


You can’t “take” a seat away from someone who doesn’t want to sit in it. No one’s joining the trades.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
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Date: December 01, 2021 06:01AM

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Date: December 01, 2021 07:07AM

Cdrd Wrote:
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> dnypj Wrote:
> 30 years from now, life extension technology will
> make 60 the “new” 30. People will be living to
> 150 and even possibly forever.

There has never been any lifespan increase much beyond 100. Check back again in 100 years. Nothing will change before at least then.

Stem cells and genetic engineering and shit won't change that in the next 60 years. We haven't got a clue, and it doesn't look like one is coming anytime soon. But 100 years is far enough away that things might be different by then. But actually, probably not.

I had a friend who got his head frozen for someday in the future. I don't think he believed it would work, either. But figured what the hell - already dead, why not try to be a Farnsworth. Maybe Zoidburg will defrost him in 1,000 years.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Date: December 01, 2021 07:15AM

Bgg Wrote:
----------------------------------------------> You can’t “take” a seat away from someone
> who doesn’t want to sit in it. No one’s
> joining the trades.

My nephew is a senior in high school, and he's been learning the auto body trade.

I think he'll do OK, because people will still need to get auto body work done for the next 50 years. But that's around the time that people will no longer be owning cars (or be allowed to drive them on regular roads). It will all be robot cars, individuals will not generally own them, and the car manufacturers will own the fleets (and maintain and repair them). There will be no auto repair places, no car insurance, no car dealers, etc. It will be a vertical industry where all vehicles are owned by Toyota, Tesla, and maybe one other company.

I wish it was here now! But the "self-driving" car tech we have now is nowhere near good eough. The only way it will really work is when humans are not allowed on roads. And that's coming.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Methuselah ()
Date: December 01, 2021 07:48AM

This Just In Fairfax Wrote:
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> Cdrd Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > dnypj Wrote:
> > 30 years from now, life extension technology
> will
> > make 60 the “new” 30. People will be living
> to
> > 150 and even possibly forever.
>
> There has never been any lifespan increase much
> beyond 100. Check back again in 100 years. Nothing
> will change before at least then.
>
> Stem cells and genetic engineering and shit won't
> change that in the next 60 years. We haven't got a
> clue, and it doesn't look like one is coming
> anytime soon. But 100 years is far enough away
> that things might be different by then. But
> actually, probably not.
>
> I had a friend who got his head frozen for someday
> in the future. I don't think he believed it would
> work, either. But figured what the hell - already
> dead, why not try to be a Farnsworth. Maybe
> Zoidburg will defrost him in 1,000 years.


Some of the top scientists in the world disagree with you. Read up on the research done by Ray Kurzweil, David Sinclair and Aubrey de Grey. We already know how to extend lifespans to at least 120. It’ll be here in 30 years.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: "Can you?" Sure... ()
Date: December 01, 2021 07:52AM

Should you? Probably not. I went through the electrical apprenticeship. It's not free, your employer often pays for it or reimburses you if you pass with a C or better. You have to have so many documented hours in the field. Tbqh most of the older people didnt make it past year 1, and its 4 years non union 5 years union. Year 1 is like basic hand tools, basic power tools, rigging and hand signs, vocabulary, and basic math. Surprisingly most people who had long since graduated failed basic math pitifully (we're talking 23+58 or 9×8)

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Date: December 01, 2021 10:58AM

Methuselah Wrote:
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> This Just In Fairfax Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Cdrd Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > dnypj Wrote:
> > > 30 years from now, life extension technology
> > will
> > > make 60 the “new” 30. People will be
> living
> > to
> > > 150 and even possibly forever.
> >
> > There has never been any lifespan increase much
> > beyond 100. Check back again in 100 years.
> Nothing
> > will change before at least then.
> >
> > Stem cells and genetic engineering and shit
> won't
> > change that in the next 60 years. We haven't got
> a
> > clue, and it doesn't look like one is coming
> > anytime soon. But 100 years is far enough away
> > that things might be different by then. But
> > actually, probably not.
> >
> > I had a friend who got his head frozen for
> someday
> > in the future. I don't think he believed it
> would
> > work, either. But figured what the hell -
> already
> > dead, why not try to be a Farnsworth. Maybe
> > Zoidburg will defrost him in 1,000 years.
>
>
> Some of the top scientists in the world disagree with you.

> Read up on the research done by
> Ray Kurzweil, David Sinclair, Aubrey de Grey

I've read the stuff you're referring to.

> We already know how to extend lifespans to at least 120. It’ll be here in 30 years.

(1) No we don't.
(2) In 30 years, FXU will be archived on the wayback machine. So come back then and tell me I was wrong.

I also did research in genetics at Harvard Medical School. Perhaps you are not familiar with the phrase, "We'll have it in 30 years!"
It means: "No way will we have anything like this in 30 years. But that's so far away that we can claim anything. I need funding now, please!"

I've used that one, myeslf!

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Gdyf ()
Date: December 01, 2021 11:03AM

This Just In Fairfax Wrote:
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> Methuselah Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > This Just In Fairfax Wrote:
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> > -----
> > > Cdrd Wrote:
> > >
> >
> --------------------------------------------------
>
> >
> > > -----
> > > > dnypj Wrote:
> > > > 30 years from now, life extension
> technology
> > > will
> > > > make 60 the “new” 30. People will be
> > living
> > > to
> > > > 150 and even possibly forever.
> > >
> > > There has never been any lifespan increase
> much
> > > beyond 100. Check back again in 100 years.
> > Nothing
> > > will change before at least then.
> > >
> > > Stem cells and genetic engineering and shit
> > won't
> > > change that in the next 60 years. We haven't
> got
> > a
> > > clue, and it doesn't look like one is coming
> > > anytime soon. But 100 years is far enough
> away
> > > that things might be different by then. But
> > > actually, probably not.
> > >
> > > I had a friend who got his head frozen for
> > someday
> > > in the future. I don't think he believed it
> > would
> > > work, either. But figured what the hell -
> > already
> > > dead, why not try to be a Farnsworth. Maybe
> > > Zoidburg will defrost him in 1,000 years.
> >
> >
> > Some of the top scientists in the world disagree
> with you.
>
> > Read up on the research done by
> > Ray Kurzweil, David Sinclair, Aubrey de Grey
>
> I've read the stuff you're referring to.
>
> > We already know how to extend lifespans to at
> least 120. It’ll be here in 30 years.
>
> (1) No we don't.
> (2) In 30 years, FXU will be archived on the
> wayback machine. So come back then and tell me I
> was wrong.
>
> I also did research in genetics at Harvard Medical
> School. Perhaps you are not familiar with the
> phrase, "We'll have it in 30 years!"
> It means: "No way will we have anything like this
> in 30 years. But that's so far away that we can
> claim anything. I need funding now, please!"
>
> I've used that one, myeslf!


Sounds like you really don’t know what you’re talking about, but whatevs. Look, if you’re so anxious to become worm food, that’s on you. I’ve got things to accomplish, places to go and I plan on living to at least 250. Do more reading on what he methuselah project has accomplished. AI and quantum computing will help us get there as well.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: libtards are SO stupid ()
Date: December 01, 2021 12:56PM

op sounds like a vaxtard, so he will be dead from clot damaged organs or aids like illnesses before he hits 40

then you have this idiot thinking science will have people living forever

interesting how bible has max age listed at 120 and virtually NO ONE makes it past that age


>
> 30 years from now, life extension technology will
> make 60 the “new” 30. People will be living to
> 150 and even possibly forever. The workforce is
> only getting old and as population decline becomes
> more evident, employers will need to rely even
> more heavily on “older” workers. OP will
> likely be in prime position to work well into his
> nineties if he wants to.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: Small minds ()
Date: December 01, 2021 02:07PM

libtards are SO stupid Wrote:
-------------------------------------------------------
> op sounds like a vaxtard, so he will be dead from
> clot damaged organs or aids like illnesses before
> he hits 40
>
> then you have this idiot thinking science will
> have people living forever
>
> interesting how bible has max age listed at 120
> and virtually NO ONE makes it past that age
>
>
> >
> > 30 years from now, life extension technology
> will
> > make 60 the “new” 30. People will be living
> to
> > 150 and even possibly forever. The workforce is
> > only getting old and as population decline
> becomes
> > more evident, employers will need to rely even
> > more heavily on “older” workers. OP will
> > likely be in prime position to work well into
> his
> > nineties if he wants to.


We do you people keep fighting this? It’s almost as if you’re content becoming a decrepit old fuck who can’t do shit after 70 and are okay with kicking the bucket earlier than you need to.

https://newseu.cgtn.com/news/2021-01-14/How-close-are-we-to-radical-life-extension-and-is-it-a-good-idea--X03UFbnMWs/index.html

https://wordpress.futurism.com/ai-poised-revolutionize-longevity-scientists-say

https://youtu.be/lLyrf9W6r3E

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Date: December 01, 2021 02:31PM

Enjoy your fantasies.

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Re: Can you go to a trade school in your 60s?
Posted by: meade might ()
Date: December 01, 2021 07:37PM

after twenty more unsuccessful years at community college

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