Got the updated preorder release date email. Hopefully I'm good.
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Posted by dohdough on 16 July 2017 - 08:36 PM
I have family, I don't scalp and don't need to prove anything to the ignorant.
In that case, feel free to send me one at msrp. I'll even pay $10.99 for shipping and handling!
Posted by dohdough on 16 July 2017 - 12:24 PM
People with job's can make the time for hunting these things down too, and people with jobs were able to make the time! Each time I found one was either right at open without standing in line at my local Target, and got one in the middle of the day at a Walmart. Target starts unloading their truck early in the morning (while later in the day they may get packages from UPS, Fedex, etc), while Walmart unloads their trucks in the late afternoon (also from UPS, Fedex, etc). It is pointless to argue that people have jobs, you are just plain lazy.
Spoken like someone that has no job and no family to take care of. Kudos and I hope you enjoyed the money you got from scalping!
Posted by dohdough on 03 February 2017 - 03:24 PM
Holy , I WISH Obama was half as terrible as the right said he was. In the end, all that bluster was just projection because all that shit that the right accused Obama of is exactly the kind of shit that Trump is pulling, except in this case, it's for shit the right wants, so it's ok.
I mean there's actual legislation that can pass that would allow coal companies to dump their waste in rivers. But hey! Who's needs the EPA to make sure water is potable!
Anyone that voted for Trump can get fucked for all I care and for the impoverished people that did, they're going to get spit roasted and deserve it. The ones that have kids have just condemned them even further and is an even a bigger travesty.
Posted by dohdough on 22 January 2017 - 05:58 PM
Easy ways to sigificantly reduce health care costs.
1. Tort reform - even going to a loser pays system would significantly reduce costs, particualrly in high risk specialities like obstetrics (the average obstetrician spends 1/3 of his/her income on malpractice premiums).
2. Make uncompensated care tax deductible. Even allowing me to deduct a fraction (10%) would be welcome. If I'm providing care to someone who can't pay it back, I don't think it's too much to ask that my time and effort is treated like a charitable donation.
3. Amend the pre-existing conditions to allow at least an adjustment of premiums for reversible negative health factors like smoking, drug use, obesity.
I'm absolutely dying to know where you work in/around Boston because:
1. I'd never recommend anyone to go to someone that seems to have questionable bedside manner when treating someone based on their ability to pay. Believe me, you can't tell by the way they talk or dress.
2. Because you make it sound like you're in the poor house.
3. You seem to have no idea how biling is done in your particular practice or at large.