Friday, June 12, 2009

Getting Carded

It seems just a few years ago that I was a freshman at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst, the drinking age was 18, and “getting carded” meant that you appeared to be too young and had to prove that you were old enough.

Now, “getting carded” means just the opposite. I just received an application from AARP to apply for one of their cards: a membership card. Guess that means that I no longer appear too young (at least in AARP's database) and that I am definitely old enough.

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