I received another recruitment letter the other day from The American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), the global, non-profit, lobbying, insurance hustling organization for people 50 years and older.

As so many know, AARP is a ritual watershed for anyone in this country with a social security number who has endured 50 years on the planet. It’s also a form fitting straitjacket of a demographic that insists on taking us into its interests whether we are interested or not, and so far 40 million people have succumbed. That’s millions more than the entire population of California.

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