Category Archives: Consumerism

Senior Citizen Discounts 2019, USA

From I’m Loving Retirement, read 14 Incredible Offers Seniors Are Taking Advantage Of In 2019 To get your senior citizen discount at most of these business, you need to ask because they do not automatically give the discount to you.

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The Death of Patient/Doctor Relationship!

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Snooze a little in a Lil Snoozy.

As I have been doing for years, I continue to look at a wide variety of campers, travel trailers, motorhomes and all things called RVs In the past week, I have visited a couple RV dealers looking at different types … Continue reading

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USA Senior Citizen Discounts

Sometimes, it pays to be an older adult in the United States of America. Well, maybe “pays” is not the right word. Let’s just say being a senior citizen can save you money, sometimes. Open the embedded link to SeniorCitizensDiscountList.org … Continue reading

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List of Restaurants offering Senior Discounts

If you are a senior citizen, more than likely you appreciate receiving a discount when dining out, If you follow this embedded link, you will be able to view the 2017 List of Senior Discounts Restaurants that has been put together … Continue reading

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North Towne in Toledo, Ohio

I was raised in and I have made my home in an area of Toledo known known as North Towne. Originally part of Washington Township in suburban Toledo, Ohio, the area that became known as North Towne was annexed to … Continue reading

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Fact Check org

“FactCheck.org is a project of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania.” It is “a nonpartisan, nonprofit ‘consumer advocate’ for voters that aims to reduce the level of deception and confusion in U.S. politics.”  FactCheck.org  monitors “the factual accuracy … Continue reading

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