It was kind of a... triumph of the will.
What about the opposite problem? Doctor performs a procedure in his office which includes the use of a $100 disposable device. Medicare pays him $35 for that procedure. Doctor either eats that difference, or chooses not to see Medicare patients.
This is a red herring. If they are looking to save money, look at the lawyers, insurance companies, and drug companies.
(I am not a doctor, nor do I play one on TV.)
How do you divide a license plate by registration data? (And you're missing a semicolon, so it won't compile anyways.)
From the article:
"We can reduce the size of the haystack when we are looking for that one-in-a-billion terrorist," said TSA Administrator John Pistole.
So if there's 7 Billion people in the world, then... there are only 7 people we need to find. Wow we're wasting a lot of time, money, and resources at the airports.
The most important question is: What happens to the poll questions?
Thanks & good luck Rob!
...because sex and swearing are leading to the downfall of society. Not greed and corruption.
Wonder what it tastes like?
[*Gets in line first*]
"The vast majority of successful major crimes against property are perpetrated by individuals abusing positions of trust." -- Lawrence Dalzell