Snobbery and Promotion
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We're a pack of dogs, for Pete's sake.
Tag Archives: Health Care
Yesterday, I made a call to Verizon Wireless to cancel my MiFi card. At $59.99 per month for unlimited use, it was an expense I could live without. But I won’t be saving that money for long. In March, I … Continue reading
To hear Mitt Romney (and many others) tell it, Emergency Rooms are the physical embodiment of Mother Theresa, treating indigents like Jesus treated the lepers. The great seas of health care are suddenly parted for the poor and ill, and … Continue reading
There is one calculation that almost every American man over fifty* has made in his head that he will almost never admit to. The ones who have made it more than once and many times a year are the ones … Continue reading
There is an old joke that goes something like this: I had a nightmare last night I ate a giant marshmallow. When I woke up, my pillow was gone. Ok, settle down. Your nightmare joke is now a reality. Meijers … Continue reading
When did the United States of America go from “shoot for the moon” to “circle the wagons?” We appear to be on a race to become the sickest and dumbest of the developed nations where nothing is going to be … Continue reading
Do you strive to win in an effort to push yourself to do the very best you can, with the expectation that your best will result in a win? Or do you focus your energy solely on defeating your opponent? … Continue reading
First, I would buy health care for everyone who was willing to take care of themselves. If you don’t have health, you have nothing. Then I would buy an education for everyone willing to learn. Educated people influence others around … Continue reading