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What’s the Buzz in the online community?
- The AARP Online Community is a special place to talk with other members about anything and everything. We have groups that cover Politics, Gardening, Cooking,
Photography, Dating, and even our very own daily Bingo game! And, the community is the place to put your two cents in, and it won’t cost you a penny! So, come on in, join a group, and make some friends.
- What’s the Buzz in the online community? The political groups are the biggest talkers. They cover bombings, health care, and a hidden tax on retirees. DaveMcK is showing his colors talking about the Boston Bombings in “A Candle for Boston”. Concerned75 posted this alarm: “CANCER CLINICS TURNING AWAY THOUSANDS OF MEDICARE PATIENTS” Is it true? Go to the Politics Current Events group, and find out. Centristsin2010 introduced the topic. Five Myths About Taxes, and you’ll be surprised to find out how very little you know.
- Why would you want to join an online community? Even if you aren’t interested in politics, and you’re tired of the News on TV, you may want to come in and share some photos of your latest vacation, or those beautiful grandchildren. Or, you may just want to talk about the great recipe you tried that left your mouth drooling for more! We even have a group that lets you vent all your frustrations, with anything that gets your goat!
- But, the best reason of all to join the AARP online community is all the great people who help each other every day. The Greatest Generation is here, (yes, they are computer savvy now) but, so are several generations before and after them! We have folks who will help you fix your computer, manage your finances, and even help you deal with the loss of a loved one. They do all of this without any desire for reward, and daily help anyone who stops by with a question or a concern. Come on in and meet them, and, make some very good friends! You can even take the opportunity to tell them if you think a 105 year old woman should be fitted with a pacemaker? (Should she wait?)