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AARP Punk

01/17/07
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(punkbands) The AARP, formely known as the American Association of Retired Persons, have elisted the help of The Buzzcocks song "Everybody's Happy Nowadays" for a commercial aimed at future members. The group serves to help improve the lives of people 50 years and older [by lobbying for more benefits to place more debt on their grandkids?]. According to Adweek, the 30-second spot shows several generations of a family celebrating the matriarch's birthday.[see full story for more] - Click here for the Full Story

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