- You have a 10 year old son? Aren't you too young to have a 10 year old son?
(Just trying to score brownie points.
) I still haven't taken the time to figure how and to what extent AARP has involved itself into politics. If they're simply taking a stand to support programs like Social Security and Medicare (and advocating that these programs remain intact), then, heck yes!, I applaud their "political involvement". At some point in time I'll research the political activities of AARP. I'll also research AMAC and its "collective feet" into political activities as well. If my purely speculative impressions regarding AMAC are correct, then I'll probably stick with AARP. LOL! :spin:
- Yep. Started getting offers to join AARP when I turned 50. By the way, I had my first colonoscopy at the age of 49, after I found out about my mother's cancer. I'll gladly sacrifice my "bun-hole" to the long and angry-looking tube in order to screen for colon cancer. The worst part of the entire process was the "prep". I'm due for another colonoscopy this year. NOT looking forward to the "prep"!!!
But the actual procedure is no big deal, thanks to such drugs like Versed. (Versed is a wonderful thing!!!)
We all might not see eye to eye regarding politics, at least we can all agree with one thing: being reminded that we're getting older can be quite a downer sometimes! LOL!!
To the people here 50 and older. . . .
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