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jkiddmd
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Decware as part of retirement planning
05/30/13 at 00:56:00
 
    So my new Zen Torii is on its way.  It is going to set me back a pretty penny but I think of it like this:  In my more mature and senior years what am I going to want to do?  I am going to wish for a nice walk, a warm sweater, a hot cup of soup and a great listening experience.  How much did you put away for retirement this year.  Well a healthy chunk of that should have been spent on an extraordinary amplifier with a lifetime warranty.  My Zen is in the mail and I don't regret a penny spent on this fabulous piece of equipment.  So when you are making decade long decisions about stocks, bonds, and mutual funds, consider Decware.  It is the one investment I am sure I will never regret.
John
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Reply #1 - 05/30/13 at 03:02:00
 
Here Here!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  :) Cheesy Wink Cool
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Reply #2 - 05/30/13 at 15:55:59
 
I know I wold choose a full annual IRA contribution and a Decware amp over, say, for the sake of equivalent dollars, a Cary amp and no savings.  And besides, long term financial goals and planning is one thing, but music is one of the basic necessities of daily living, like oxygen, food, and sex.  You don't regret breathing or screwing, do you?  Don't regret the music, either.
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Reply #3 - 05/30/13 at 15:56:34
 
I propose that those of us who are chronologically superior plan to get together at this year's Zen Fest to tell lies, compare notes and raise a toast to Steve and the gang for helping keep us young!
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Reply #4 - 05/30/13 at 23:10:59
 
"Chronologically superior"! Good one!
I'm certainly in that camp, as is my SE34I !!
Don
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Reply #5 - 06/06/13 at 20:20:24
 
No doubt skibum, I won't be lying on my death bed saying: "I wish I did less screwing, man, what was I thinking"?! I got divorced three years ago....so it has been fun (and safe).

I should get the new Taboo MK III now...so when my hearing starts to fail....this Amp with the best headphones money can buy...will be the ticket!  -stone
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Re: Decware as part of retirement planning
Reply #6 - 06/09/13 at 20:58:27
 
With the addition of the DM945's joining the CSP2+ and Taboo MKIII I now have the complete Decware system. It is sweeeeeeet! I added a DefTech Supercube 3 and I have a terrific Sat/Sub system. Bring on the free time!   Cheesy
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