30 Is The New…60?

I’ve heard people say “30 is the new 20”, but apparently AARP and Beltone never got the memo. I’m not too sure how true that saying is, but apparently to these two companies, 30 is the new 55 or 60.

I could take it personally, but I prefer to view it as being recruited. I may not have ever been recruited by colleges looking for the top athletes, but by golly AARP and Beltone must think I am something special if they are starting their recruiting pitch 25 years before my eligibility begins.

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