Back in 2007, I expressed my discontent with AARP and its self-serving ways, which were most certainly not representative of the needs of most older Americans. Sure, they sell insurance, but that’s all they’re really all about, isn’t it?
I came across this post recently, which I thought I ought to share with you. It shows creative ways in which people have returned the prolific crapmail one gets from AARP from shortly before one’s 50th birthday throughout the rest of one’s life.
Many of us were pissed off with AARP’s policy of selling “lifetime” memberships that expired in 2007 or thereabouts, prior to our own expiration. That hypocrisy in itself is worth dumping their asses, as I made clear in my article, aptly entitled “AARP Sucks.”