Does AARP know that we are asking for a fair game?

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AARP knows. The problem is they don't care. It would be too much trouble for them to fix things. They just don't care.

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I have played Solitaire (sp?), FreeCell, 10x10, Block Champion, and Trizzle.

Each game seems to be written/set up so that if you play any one game for an average of 50 games in one 24 hour period that you may win/get a better score zero times. 
The "third party" that creates these games needs to create focus groups with and for Seniors to really get to know The Senior Perspective. AARP may have nothing to do with creating or changing these games. I really feel that as simple or difficult as some of these games are, AARP does not need to incure a deeply tarnished national image. An image that, as a National Supportive Senior Citizens Organization, does not reflect the hearts and minds of those who utilize their website - on any and all levels. Since they cannot/do not engage, respect and work with the community - that they represent that in and of itself is a great flaw that only can be remedied and remediated by doing something that would make our voices heard....any suggestion?

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