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As soon as he has the money to retire, he plans to leave the daily grind and travel more.
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cutting edge, cx in the chat, dab hand, daft as a brush, Damm-Itt!, Darn-Itt!, Gol-Darn-Itt!, damn by association, Damn It To Hell!, damn the torpedoes
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