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Re: TSA Definitin of a Senior

Jun 19, 2009 05:15 AM
by Anton Rozman


Maybe this is related to past year doctors' opinion that persons in eighties are still "fit to undertake any responsibility involving strenuous physical and mental activity, and undertake travel", so you in America actually got an extra bonus of ten years. 

Just joking a little,

--- In, MKR <mkr777@...> wrote:
> I received the membership renewal notice from TSA and was intrigued by the
> definition of â??Seniorâ?? for reduced dues. One over 80 years is considered a
> Senior for a reduced dues of $30.
> .
> I have seen 55, 60, 65 years defined as age of Senior and now for the first
> time I see the definition is extending the age to $80. Most of us would be
> dead by the time we become seniors according to this definition and will not
> be able to take advantage of the reduced membership dues. As a suggestion,
> we can move it to 100 years and over 100, dues can be waived and be zero.
> This revision would increase the dues revenues for TSA.
> .
> My 0.02.
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> .
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