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Name: Sam
Gender: Male
Hometown: Philadelphia, PA
Current location: Aix-en-Provence
Member since: 2002
Number of posts: 16,873

About Me

Moved to France in September of 2018 after buying our apartment in 2017 after the debacle of the election. We're glad to be here, but we continue to be involved with what's happening in the US.

Journal Archives

John DiDomenico's faultless impression of #Loser45 on the FBI warrant execution.

Watch for the Adderall sniffs!

M&M has released a new flavour and colour.

Cruel that they are replicas of TuckTuck's tiny testes.

Funny though.

Parade of vintage vehicles in Aix-en-Provence today. - Added some more pics

In commemoration of Operation Dragoon, the Allied invasion of Provence, which started on 15 August 1944.
Funny how many French people still remember the fight against the fascists.

And a couple more -

A touch of France - back after a creative hiatus -

Taken in Paris in the spring, on the Canal St. Martin -

Marseille - Vieux Port - June -

The Sandman on Netflix - Totally hooked now - After one episode.

Very moving, well acted, and true to the story. Gaiman is one of the producers.
Posted by GoneOffShore | Sat Aug 6, 2022, 07:04 AM (9 replies)

England is going to host the 2023 Eurovision Song Contest - Just announced.


So, Brexit, but Eurovision.

We don't want to be in the club, but we want to be in the club.

Red Flags on Facebook profiles?

For me, the biggest is 'Went to School of Hard Knocks'.

And the 12 Tomatoes page.

Almost always a cockwomble.

Whole life policies cash out?

So, here's the situation:

We've got a total of five whole life policies, only two of which we are paying premiums on. They all have investment components, but not generating a lot of interest.

Our financial situation with other investments means that life insurance, at this point, just doesn't make sense.

Our financial advisor, who sold us the policies years ago, is saying, 'Oh, no. You don't want to cash them in. What if one of you dies and you need the money?' The thing is, if one of us dies, the other actually won't need the money.

BTW - we're in France, and covered by the French health system, so we can take that out of the equation.

Thanks for any thoughts!

A song about grandad's peas.

Lucky to live in Aix, where there is a photography firm that has lasted 4 generations


The subtitles are in French.
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