Sam Stone
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Birthday:
Nov 17, 1957 (Age: 62)
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Fort Worth, TX
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Early retirement disability

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Sam Stone

Old, fat, bald, gray, ugly, lazy, and married, Male, 62, from Fort Worth, TX

Almost alive again Feb 21, 2020 at 3:03 PM

Sam Stone was last seen:
Feb 23, 2020 at 12:33 PM
    1. Sam Stone
      Sam Stone
      Almost alive again
    2. Sam Stone
      Sam Stone
      Brane ded. Need a short break and hopefully be back in a few hours.
    3. lordmarcovan
      lordmarcovan
      Pretty much every adjective in your tagline applies to me too, except for the "bald" part.

      (I have all my hair, but am mostly toothless, so how's that?)
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      2. Sam Stone
        Sam Stone
        Living in Fort Worth, I sometimes add that I'm a Mexican-looking - white-old-man. Congrats on being able to keep your hair!
        Feb 14, 2020
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    Gender:
    Male
    Birthday:
    Nov 17, 1957 (Age: 62)
    Location:
    Fort Worth, TX
    Occupation:
    Early retirement disability
    I'm a Christian and one of the most blessed people you'll ever know. In 2013 I was forced into early retirement due to a disability which immediately meant I could no longer provide for my family as I once did which led to a deep depression, anxiety, and the forced amputation of my ego. We have lost almost everything including our nice cars, name brand furniture, expensive clothes, many "friends", and our savings which was supposed to buy our son a brand new car and get him through college like we did for his older sister. Instead, we can't even afford a 20 year old jalopy and he's having to work and pay his own tuition. Still, God has taken care of us. He has allowed us to keep the only home our son has ever known and every month when it looks like we won't be able to make some important payment, something always, ALWAYS, shows up from the most unbelievable places.

    A few years ago my father in law gave our son his 50 year old coin collection to sell and help with the things I can no longer afford. But our son is too awesome. He wants to save even the most valuable coins as insurance in case he has kids some day and he can't otherwise afford to give them the things they need. He is far too busy with work and school, so I've taken over adding to his collection whenever I can. I've also developed a fascination with numismatics and thoroughly enjoy looking and learning. Unfortunately, at this moment it is more important to try and find coins unique enough to sell and help pay the bills, but I genuinely enjoy the relaxed atmosphere compared to the hectic lifestyle I used to live.

    I will always be grateful for any input, suggestions, recommendations, or guidance of any kind from anyone. Hopefully, I will be able to contribute instead of the other way around. That's how God works, so I look forward to being able to give back to this community.