淺水灣 - Bridge Of Longevity - Repulse Bay

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D. VERDU on August 20, 2009

Fai.

recuerdas, yo tambien fui el primero hayer en inagurar ,

tus fotos, desde españa un gran abrazo,gran amigo.

que suerte "se nota que vales" -------domingo---------

Faintlightofdawn on August 20, 2009

Thanks everyone for your comments, Jeff, since I am in London now, it would be a waste of aviation fuel for me to got to Hong Kong to push Scally over the bridge =(

lurdesa_ on August 20, 2009

FAI Wonderful photo and lovely colors

Salutacions lourdesa

Ria Maat on August 20, 2009

Very good photograph Fai. Great colours! I like it very much!

Greetings from Ria

jeff_msn123 on August 20, 2009

Fain

Regarding to the night lighting, Scally is an environmentalist. He shall not prefer to waste fuel, even though you buy him a four days trip to Hong Kong including round air ticket, lodging, free meal and transportation. LOL

Cheers, Jeff

Faintlightofdawn on August 20, 2009

That's true Jeff, but he also wants to live for another 80 years!!!

Thanks a lot Lourdesa and Ria for your comments!

Best wishes, Fai

Harry Taggart on August 20, 2009

Hold on here Fain, if you,re prepared to fund a trip to Hong Kong, I don,t mind chancing a few years off my life, I,ll even fund my wife,s costs to push the chair, and save you the bother of coming to. Any kind of 3 star hotel will do, but they must serve English meals, my wife refuses even to try foreign grub. cheers and thanks, from an old grateful man. scally.

Faintlightofdawn on August 20, 2009

I thought you only flew on British Caledonian Airways Scally?

jeff_msn123 on August 20, 2009

Fain

If Scally could live up to 160 years old, who will pay for the pension? I am afraid your tax will be triple. LOL

It is a serious social problem. The longevity bridge would be disappeared soon.

Cheers, Jeff

Faintlightofdawn on August 21, 2009

LOL, that is a serious problem Jeff, I need your accountant to help me avoid taxes lol

Harry Taggart on August 21, 2009

Jeff the Leave the solution to me. All that is required, with no penal tax burden on you affluent youngsters, is the raising of the retirement age, I would think a yearly addition of one year until all workers Male and Female, will be able to retire on full pension at 72, that is increasing the Bible,s estimate by 2 years. Cheers scally.

Faintlightofdawn on August 21, 2009

Scally, how about this? Let X be your current age. Immediately raise the retirement age to X + 1. And Then introduce an annual addition of one year, but make it apply to Scotland only. :D

D. VERDU on August 21, 2009

Fai.

yo nº1 el primero en tu foto.

un saludo ---domingo---

jeff_msn123 on August 21, 2009

Scally,

I thought Fain is enjoying retired life without receiving one penny of pension. Congratulation to Fain. :)

Fain

Mr. boss. I don't have accountant, since I am a worker only. :(

Jeff

Faintlightofdawn on August 21, 2009

Thanks a lot Domingo!

Jeff, you say you don't, only to hide his identity :) I heard interpol is after him...

Best wishes, Fai

Harry Taggart on August 21, 2009

Fain don,t tell me you still have faith in these utterly unreliable equations? I ,ll get Jeff to dig you out an old abacus,:D cheers scally.

Faintlightofdawn on August 21, 2009

You don't want to trust Jeff's calculations Scally, the Hong Kong tax authority is making that mistake!

jeff_msn123 on August 21, 2009

Scally

How much you pay for me to work this out for Fain?

Fain

I don't expect you want Hong Kong tax authority to do it correctly, otherwise, you will pay more tax. LOL

Jeff

Faintlightofdawn on August 21, 2009

Jeff, I'm sure they might be open to a few bribes :D Maybe as a regular customer, you can negotiate me a good rate

jeff_msn123 on August 21, 2009

Fain

So you must give your few bribes to Scally who may disclose your secret. That would cause you a lot.LOL

Cheers, Jeff

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  • Uploaded on August 19, 2009
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    by Faintlightofdawn
    • Camera: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
    • Taken on 2009/07/07 14:44:50
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