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Very curious to see how hard it is to describe yourself in one word.  I think mine would be loyal.  What is your's?


 

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Enigma

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BLESSED

 

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Wonderful
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Nice

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Honest:

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Annoyed... by yet another pointless, space-filling, quantity-over-quality item from AARP.

 

An organization that used to provide valuable information, rather than filler; that spent its energies on legislative action; and that treated its members like sentient beings (instead of "lifestyle" drones) has devolved into a promotional vehicle for its CEO, a source of fluff that makes E! Entertainment Television seem like CBS News under Edward R. Murrow, and a purveyor of coupons for fast food that makes doctors cringe.

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