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    2030, Chelt-en-Thames, westernmost colony in the Confederated Archipelago of East-East Florida Keys:

    "Daddy, what's a Brexit?"

    "Never mind that, Profesh Jr. You just keep shovelling those left-over brown people into Trump Crater, else we'll never make Mecha-Farage's quota in time for afternoon gin and tartiflette."

    Fin.
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    (Original post by Captain Jack)
    14 years away, but that'll soon be upon us. How old will you be? What do you hope to be doing? And what do you think the world will be like then?!
    Most likely in Italy, teaching Mathematics and beginning to get grib of business I'm going to make.
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    I'll be 32, hopefully with a PhD in physics/particle physics etc and working somewhere in a lab.

    I'd like to be a mother by then and be married, if only for ease and stability. Also, would like to have traveled a bit.
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    gonna be workin' here

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    I'll be 31. Hopefully living/soon-to-be living either in the south of England or in California, USA. With any luck I'll have a PHD in History and be able to teach at university level as well as research into my specialism and contribute to the historical community as an academic (or be on the path to be doing by 2030).
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    (Original post by SteamboatMickey)
    I'll be 31. Hopefully living/soon-to-be living either in the south of England or in California, USA. With any luck I'll have a PHD in History and be able to teach at university level as well as research into my specialism and contribute to the historical community as an academic (or be on the path to be doing by 2030).
    Big expectations but it's good 👍🏼
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    Would be 33

    - Hopefully married (to a hopefully equally as goal driven and intelligent woman) and have a kid by then

    - Hopefully would be becoming quite senior in a finance career (either investment banking or private equity).

    - Hopefully be saving at a decent rate so I could start to think about startup ideas, and next steps career wise.

    - Hopefully still keep in touch with my friend network (from uni, school, various other things)

    - Hopefully would have travelled the world a fair amount by then and would continue to do so

    - Hopefully would have made enough headway on a house purchase

    - Hopefully would find fulfilment from my work and out of work life

    - Hopefully donate and be contributing to charity

    - Hopefully would have moved to an overseas location at least once

    - Hopefully would have picked up new skills (languages) and knowledge/wisdom

    - Maybe would have done an MBA

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    (Original post by Vesniep)
    Actually British science is going to decline after Brexit since science funding will be less in future years.
    What makes you think that Farage cares about science ?
    Science is supported by the electorate, the government will fund it.
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    32 I just want to be happy and healthy with my family tbh
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    I will be 32, I just hope I'm as happiest as can be.I hope I have a career that I am passionate about and have a husband that I'm passionate about (lol jk, but I mean it would be worrying if I wasn't "passionate" about my husband...), and I hope I have at least 1 baby by then.
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    31, hopefully no kids. that's it. that's all i want
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    I will be 18+ 14 which is... 32 :eek4: omg x_x

    I mean... idk my life could be anywhere tbh
    I hate uncertainty and I try to plan things but like... I literally have no idea

    The world COULD either be way more peaceful and tolerant and happy generally on average than now, OR it could deteriorate and literally turn to ****. Depends.
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    I will be 32 hopefully in a accountancy job and hopefully living in London.
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    31 oh gosh callin my kid Junayd Jr yeahh
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    Um...

    - have a car, hopefully married, adopted 2 children, happy, good career
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    I will be 31 doing my part time job as a real estate investor. aiming to buy my 25th house and bringing in 1M in gross profits a year. Wife and kids? i don't want to get married and not interested in having children. Probably when the time comes just get a surrogate mother so my mum doesn't complain about her not having grandchildren.
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    (Original post by LavenderBlueSky88)
    I'll be 41*

    ****.


    I'd hope to be settled, happily married with a family (3 kids, cat and maybe a dog). A nice house and a good life. in reality I have no idea if that will happen. I'll probably be just as clueless about what I want as I am now!*

    I think the world won't be too much different. There will have definitely been a couple of wars. I think we will be a lot more connected through technology and everything will be done via drones.*
    I very much doubt that everything will be done by drones considering current fifth gen fighter aircraft are still under development, and are scheduled to last around 30 years
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    (Original post by Captain Jack)
    14 years away, but that'll soon be upon us. How old will you be? What do you hope to be doing? And what do you think the world will be like then?!
    I'll be 39.
    I'll hopefully have my own house, a better job (currently looking for a better one), a good car (hopefully an Audi), a classic mini that ill*take to shows, a boyfriend/husband, and maybe a kid.*
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    (Original post by PHD2027)
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    gonna be workin' here

    Cool place dude.
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    (Original post by PHD2027)
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    gonna be workin' here

    Cool place dude.
 
 
 
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