Dear Readers! Wait til you see what came in the mail for me today from AAA!
Now I don’t want to brag (well I do but I don’t want to look I do), it just so happens that this big, huge corporate conglomerate that goes by the name of American Automobile Association has made yours truly one of their “Special People!”
Here’s what AAA is offering:
AAA wants me to give them money every month for the rest of my life until I die and then –once I’m dead, they’ll give a little bit of that money back to the person in my family who I like the best — and keep the rest for themselves. But there are other things too that maybe make it a better deal than it sounds like so far, such as:
Which means if I don’t die within 31 days, I’ll get my money back or maybe it means if I do die within 31 days I’ll give them their money back . . . well, either way I’ll probably be dead so I guess it doesn’t matter that much.
Uh oh. I often use nicotine to remove paint from my clothing . . . but please don’t mention this to AAA, it will just complicate things if I decide to accept their offer.
Let’s see . . . so AAA is giving me “peace-of-mind” protection so I’ll be okay with dying until I”m 80 but after that, they apparently don’t give flying fig if I’m worrying a lot about my demise . . . frankly, that kind of rubs me the wrong way.
Notice the little cross by the word required. Does that mean that AAA is saying NO medical exam required with its fingers crossed behind its back? It sort of seems like it.
You know what? Let me just make a call to the AAA Operator who is standing by and ask her if I should take advantage my AAA Preferred Status Privileges.
Barney’s Answering Service.
Oh, I was calling AAA . . . is this AA A?
Hi, yes I was wondering if I should sign up for AAA’s Preferred Status Privileges?
I don’t know, lady, I just want to sit down.
Oh . . .Okay, thank you, bye.
Thank you for calling Barney–uh –I mean AAA.
And there you have it, Dear Reader! What came in the mail today for me, Linda Occupant Vernon.
Until next time . . .I love you