Seinfeld did it first

Ryan's retirement party was last night (he starts work at Computers for Youth on Monday, so there was a small window of opportunity), and a good time was had by all. Ryan managed to retire at 24, which beats the kid who retired at 28 written up in today's Times. Of course this guy actually moved down to Florida, which is slightly harder-core than moving to Boston, at least within the framework of retirement.

The article is written by Warren St. John, whom everyone seemed to care about when he came to the Blue Pencil Dinner, for reasons that weren't entirely obvious. I must admit that they're still not obvious.


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