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" ...joining AARP would not represent to me a step in the direction that I would like to go in my life, in terms of retaining some youthful energy and mindset within the limitations that I have as an older person

You feel about AARP the way I feel about the "50+ lunches" at the senior centers in town. I prefer to hang around my "elderly peers" by volunteering and singing in a community choir.

"I'm getting old, but I'm not old yet." -- David Myles: "


you're in luck.
AARP has an insurance product for that very thing.

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