...then we'll need to recruit some chicks to go all the way, because Mars Needs Women!
The US still has a constitution?
No you don't. You can poke anyone who has made their profile publicly viewable.
.. was put in the pokey for poking the pokee?
Perhaps this is the reason that sometime during lunch, my employer (A well known NNSA National Laboratory in New Mexico) blocked access to all things Google, including Gmail, Blogspot, and the Google search engine itself?
We had those way back in 1977! Two circuit boards, lots of TTL chips.
You mean, look out for more "car theft" now.
Food is an even more basic necessity than health care.
Imagine if we only paid a minimal co-payment and the supermarket filed a claim for reimbursement with an "insurance" company every time we bought food.
Our current employer-provided health care benefits system is no less ridiculous.
> 1. Hospitals must publish a public domain price list for services. It must be posted in an obvious manner. The
> hospital is not allowed to charge different customers or insurers different rates.
The problem with this is that insurance companies demand a discount from participating physicians.
The physicians compensate by overcharging non-insurance patients, so that the insurance company receives the required "discount," which is no discount at all, really.
All warranty and guarantee clauses become null and void upon payment of invoice.