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Turning 60 at Disney World frees the inner child

My birthday present to myself was to turn a blind eye to calories. So I ate and drank (no driving) with reckless abandon.

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Oldest boomers original yet conventional

As a typical age-denying boomer I was floored to hear the oldest members of my cohort are eligible for full Social Security benefits. It just isn’t possible that the generation that coined the phrase, “Don’t trust anyone over 30,” is now in its golden years.

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Facebook posters nasty to oldsters

I am a Facebook user. Mostly I post for this publication’s page. Occasionally I share a photo or two of my cats or peruse the pages of high school classmates and long lost friends. Facebook appeals to my nosey nature.

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AARP head a very capable leader

With the economy still in the skids, affecting programs and services for aging Americans nationwide, it is comforting to know there are advocates in the trenches fighting the good fight.

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Internet shows true love despite adversity

Social media meets flashcards is what I thought while half-heartedly watching NBC news coverage of a photo that had gone viral on the Internet.

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Gridlock is not the solution to American woes

It’s a new year and a new/old administration and Congress. If only the old could disappear and we could start with a clean slate. The trouble is the same old problem — gridlock — could actually be worse.

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