Interesting...My son in law also has a trust fund. It has a stipulation that he can only receive distribution if he is over age 50 and permanently retires from an organization with which he has held a full time job for at least five years.[Grandad had "hard love" ;-)]Too bad the gal didn't have those stipulations in her trust fund.
She probably has more money than I do...OT - any recommendations on activities while on Oahu? Is Honuma Bay really worth it after you've snorkeled Molokini (twice) and Honolua Bay...?
It's becoming trite to point out that anyone can donate money to then Federal Government, and that it is easier, and more effective, to do positive good by donating to the charity of your choice, so these trustifarians who want to raise the taxes of those they disapprove of are disgusting. My three days--total--on Oahu were spent doing "Army stuff", so other than Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona and Missouri, I don't know. Mrs. Drang lived there for a couple of years, but that was, um, a long time ago...
Of course she had health and dental all her damn life, she's a kid - but she wants the rest of us to be her secret Santa Claus to "others"...! Boy does SHE feel entitled or what?I havn't been to Oahu since 1966(?) when I was seven and we were heading overseas, we did the Arizona Memorial and the Pali cliffs.
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