We still use AOL at work, where we have all of our different email boxes forward to one account. That way, a handy-dandy "you've got mail!" rings out for any new mail to any mailbox. And since I'm the designated "mail man" at our office, that is a handy feature indeed. And that is a long way to go to excuse my usage of the "uncool" service. But I noticed a funny thing today, when checking the mailbox.
AOL started putting ads on each letter and on the mailbox itself long ago. Usually, they are non-obtrusive and not noteworthy. Today's was just funny. On both the email and the mailbox, I noticed two handsome, slightly-older men. Both are in their mid-forties, but they are advertising for an over fifty dating service. Well, unless they're trying to claim that rather than meeting "over fifty"-aged men, you'll be meeting a quantity of over fifty men. Which sounds like a "senior orgy" and well, ewwww. . .