Now that I am over 40 and my father died of colo-rectal cancer at the age of 62, I make sure to go every year for a physical. I also now find myself making time to exercise and still somewhat struggle on eating healthy all the time.
The medical debts that were accumulated under my insurance plan come in my name up to my wife's passing (not OP but similar circumstances). It is my understanding, as explained to me, I'm the policy holder so they come to me as joint liability. I haven't tested any of this in court yet and they still show up under my credit report. At some point in the near future I am going to need to get this all put together.
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The call on moderators to look at your ID to me appeared to be just a cute way of calling you dick breath while pointing out that your handle by slashid conveniently is DickBreath
I disagree. Watercooler talk at my office I often hear complaints about forced bloat. There are many luddites I work with that go out of their way to root their Android phones without asking the IT department to do it for them and then hold it high and proudly announce that they've done so without bricking. And these are the types of users that have a difficult time docking/undocking a laptop
Amazing that there are still some others alive that remember Paranoia
So what do you when you want to check your bank balance from a machine other than your PC?
Keep a non-encrypted version of that file in Dropbox, of course! It is password protected, right?
Fast Hack'em was what we used to write those errors post-game copy. Then at some point the copy utility and the error-writing came bundled within Fast Hack'em. I have many fond memories of re-aligning the cans in the 1541 drives after so many hours of reading errors and head bouncing. Oh, and the Bard's Tale trilogy
I haven't noticed this behavior in Pidgin. I always manage my desktop with Dexpot and manually assign windows across virtual desktops to keep my workspaces clean.
They want one person to perform the function of three yet pay/comp for less than one. I don't know of anyone with three or more major disciplines out there willing to earn sub-par wages for a single one of them.
"IT does not provide their employees with good USABLE solutions"
Also can be translated as
"IT cannot provide their employees with good USABLE solutions".
Not all of us are elitist-gold-plated-my-way-or-the-highway IT guys. Don't let a lack of resources and/or funding get in the way of the rant that all IT departments are incompetent, lazy and completely against user productivity.
It's scary that you have just described my 9 year old son. To the letter
I wouldn't say never. While watching the 49ers / Giants game last night on FOX, they plugged and advertised the SuperBowl on NBC.
DVDCAT is cheap and works well and gets blueray down to a reasonable size. Also converts existing formats to mobile devices with nice presets for Android and iProducts.
When the bosses talk about improving productivity, they are never talking about themselves.