Some schmuck from the AARP rang me up today and provided a few minutes or enlightening and irritating entertainment. Right after identifying himself, the yutz pointedly explained that the AARP was not a political action committee. Then he offered me the opportunity to support Hillary in the next election by calling all my friends and recommending her. And, if I liked, the AARP would also be happy to bus me and my friends to some of her rallies. And they would provide meals and pay me for my time as well. How sweet of them. This AARP jerkmeister was obviously accustomed to banging on little old people that weren't as sharp as they used to be. He tried to terrify me with the sure and certain knowledge that I would lose all my Social Security benefits IMMEDIATELY--(Well, almost immediately, but immediately enough that I should immediately panic.)--if I didn't do what the AARP wanted me to do. Immediately. When I told the scumbag I wasn't interested (with some elaborate emphasis) he calmly asked me if it would be ok for someone to call me again in a few weeks. To ask me again. I guess that meant that in two weeks I wasn't supposed to be able to remember him, what with the Alzheimers, Home Shopping, and Dancing With the Stars, plus the cumulative brain rot of engendered by the MSM and the Kardashians. Hell--he may be right. But I'll tell ya one thing: I've known for years that the AARP has no concern for retired persons whatsoever, except to the extent that it keeps the membership money rolling in, and the amount of money that their leverage can be sold for.