ER's are required to treat anyone who shows up regardless of whether or not that they have health insurance. If they have ebola, are required to be put in isolation, and still don't have health insurance, they will get a bill after they get out of the hospital. If they pay for it is an entirely different story. Or are you referring to the case of someone being suspected of ebola and need to be quarantined for three weeks while being monitored? That is a good question even if one does have health insurance. It would be nice if ones' employer considered it disability leave or something similar.
Hopefully, the ClickyKeyboards guy rescued them.
Alan Grayson supports it too, so it seems like travel bans have bipartisan support: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/... The main complaint from the CDC and others against bans would be that it would stop aid workers from getting to the region. That can be addressed by allowing medical workers and other people from governments & NGOs that are going there to help. Another step would be to stop issuing and terminate existing visitor visas for people from those countries if they haven't entered the US, UK, or whatever country issued the visa. That would stop people from legally traveling to another country that isn't on the restricted list and then go on to their expected destination. Sure, people could find ways around it, which also highlights the need for a better means of screening & quarantining passengers. IMHO, the "it's not 100% effective, so let's not even try" mantra is just crazy. It would be like a doctor, nurse, or some other medical personnel saying "condoms aren't 100% effective, so don't bother putting one on. Come back and see us if you think you've caught something".
but lots of Canadians still use imperial units. The subject was even a part of a Corner Gas episode.
Oil changes are very simple and don't really take that long to do. There are much bigger things to worry about with an IC car than oil changes.
Too many people listen to the celebrity because the media is all too willing to give them a platform to spread their misinformation.
Probably for the same reason that many showers in the US only have one knob that will allow you to adjust the temperature of the water and turn off the water flow instead of having knobs for controlling the amount of hot & cold water and another to control the water flow like is done in many places in Europe and Mexico. It's different and the plumbing contractors don't want to deal with it. I've seen the dual flush toilets in Mexico and they make a lot of sense. Having the flush lever for public toilets be foot operated makes a lot of sense and cheaper than the motion detection ones.
I recall reading something that the rated lifetimes of CFLs assume that the bulbs are on for at least 15 minutes at a time and that shorter on/off cycles seriously degrade the life of the bulbs as you have experienced.
The carriers drop support for them a month or two later, so people need to keep buying a new one to make sure they're up to date.
Then as long as the Irish are exporting the product, he doesn't have much to worry about what goes on in Scotland.
that's what they do best.
I'm curious how this is going to work with the chip and pin card requirements that are supposed to be in place by Oct 2015.
They wouldn't have to go through all the effort of setting up shell corporations in various countries and could bring money earned outside of the US back to the US to find projects, pay dividends to stock holders, etc.
They can sell more than one brand, but what's stopping someone from setting up a dealership that sells only electric cars and installs & services the home charging systems?
Tesla gets heaps of cash from selling zero emission credits to other auto manufacturers, so it isn't shy about getting "help" via governments to become profitable.