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I love you valerie » Post #12

Fri Mar 22, 2019 18:29 in General Talk

pardeeep143 wrote:
alfamart wrote:
tasman1 wrote: What about me ???

dont worry darling
I'm still loving you :P



:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

Stay away from Tas.

Regards from his pet cricket.

For my friend darkstar2.....tasman1 » Post #11

Fri Mar 22, 2019 04:41 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
Nikorj wrote: If it's on the internet it has to be true.

In my previous life i was a pet cricket named Todd.



That is correct , I was owner of that cricket ,I rememberr that time , some 90 years ago :mrgreen:

It was fun (Good times)

I do miss my terrarium a little.

For my friend darkstar2.....tasman1 » Post #10

Fri Mar 22, 2019 04:37 in General Talk

Darkstar2 wrote:
Nikorj wrote: If it's on the internet it has to be true.


It's only true if it comes from me :P :D

Quote:
In my previous life i was a pet cricket named Todd.

Incorrect, in your previous life you were a human, your name was Charles, you were married to a Nicole and had 2 kids. You were a farmer. Remote viewing is vague but somehow I can sense (although it is blurry) that you had a passion for reptiles at the time and for trucks / tractors and machinery.

Sorry for spreading fake news.

I will now crawl back to my flat-earth channel.

(And my trans-gender frogs)

For my friend darkstar2.....tasman1 » Post #4

Thu Mar 21, 2019 19:38 in General Talk

If it's on the internet it has to be true.

In my previous life i was a pet cricket named Todd.

Hello!! » Post #3

Thu Mar 21, 2019 19:29 in General Talk

Yes!!.

Trying to take over Tas's duty in posting weird stuff.

Hail Brittain and sleep well, Don't eat to much fudge.

Hello!! » Post #1

Thu Mar 21, 2019 15:46 in General Talk

GOODBYE!!!! ;)

Comfort- Illness-profit-INTERRELATED » Post #21

Wed Mar 20, 2019 11:56 in General Talk

valerie wrote: Well that's the problem too, people don't know how to save for a rainy day.
Of course, many people simply struggle to pay their bills and put food on the table.

Take my deceased 92 year old grandfather, as an example. He worked all his
life and paid into insurance all his life. The man never went to the doctor!
When he died, he was in critical care for one day and died.

So what I am saying is not everyone goes to the doctor, even if they have
insurance. However, many like my grandfather, pay for the insurance.

Where did that money go? Where did all the money my grandfather paid
in, go? To the insurance company!

They take out for everything else, why can't they take out a standard insurance
tax. None of that money would go for lining corporate pockets. It would go
for health care of those that need it, period.

BUT like I said, they would still need to lower prices, considerably in the health
care world.

Bernie is for free free free free. haha

I don't think Bernie has really understood the Scandinavian model he's so fond of.

Cause that free free free does not exist at all ;) , Still he has a few good points.

Comfort- Illness-profit-INTERRELATED » Post #18

Wed Mar 20, 2019 05:17 in General Talk

valerie wrote:
shadecat wrote: In my state a woman is not responsible for her husbands bills. Or at least it was that way when my cousins husband passed away with heart trouble. As far as I know it is currently that way. Hospitals won't tell you that because they are all about money. It is a general rule that you are not responsible for paying off your spouses medical debt. If you have credit card debt with both of your names on the account you would have to pay that. The cost of medical care has gotten outrageously expensive!

Is a widow liable for husband's debts?
Spouses are only responsible for each other's community property debts, which are bills incurred during the course of the marriage. Spouses are not responsible for each other's separate debts, however. ... You do not have to pay your deceased spouse's debts after he or she dies.


Keep separate accounts!

I don't know anything about all that. The point is (and not everyone dies), people cannot
afford health care. It could be a spouse, a child, or someone else in the household that
gets sick or needs long term care or expensive prescriptions. The first thing these places
ask is 'do you have insurance?'. In the days past, the first thing they ask is 'what are your
symptoms?'.

My husband was 7 years older than me. He was retired, very good insurance, etc. Fortunately
most of his medical bills were covered. He had medical bills for some time before he went
into surgery. He was taking many medications for some time, of which was expensive too.
He would use a breathing machine four times per day and the medication that went with
that was close to $1,000 per month...his cost was only about $10 per month.

Bottomline, everyone should have medical insurance but it is incredibly expensive to many
people. It's simply not affordable to the average citizen.

I think the only solution, at least that I can see, is for ALL working adults, to pay for
ALL citizens health insurance. Look, I don't have children in school, but how often do
I pay school tax! I live inside the city now, but I pay city tax and county tax....plus
my county tax is most SCHOOL TAX. Every bill I receive is charging me for more than
the service I have. My electric even charges for simply coming out to read the meter.

If this country is going to nickel dime us on everything else, much of which is BS, why
not tax people on what we really need. If all working adults had a withholding for
health insurance, we'd all be covered. In addition, all hospitals, pharmacy companies,
physicians, should be monitored for illegal pricing. I worked in health care most my
life so I know first hand how outrageous even the simplest costs should be.

Well someone might say, I don't want money to come out of my paycheck for other
people's insurance. What I say to that is, you are already paying for other peoples
insurance. One way or another, we are all paying.

Interesting topic and this is certainly moving waves in the US like never before, But i don't see anyone supporting it. I know bernie was meant as a bit of a joke, But who else really want's it.

The Democrats talks about it (And that's just about it), And the republicans are afraid of dirty hospitals, Uneducated staff, Low wages, And someones Aunt had a bad experience somewhere in Italy :lol: .

So what you mention in your post is actually "SOCIALISM", The clever part about taxing citizens beforehand is that it goes pretty unnoticed and somehow feels free (Ho ho it isn't).

Imagine if citizens had to deduct their own tax from their monthly wage Scrrrreeeeeaaaammm.

Comfort- Illness-profit-INTERRELATED » Post #8

Mon Mar 18, 2019 05:00 in General Talk

valerie wrote:
rajukurup wrote:
valerie wrote: I don't know what people are going to do.

My husband passed away a year ago this month.
His surgery/hospital was almost one million dollars.

oh' really stunned on seeing this amount :shock: t. What was his illness madam?

He had open heart surgery. Lived 12 days in the hospital after surgery. I wish he had not
had the surgery. I wish he had gone some where else.

All his hospital, doctors, surgeons, tests, surgery, etc....totaled almost 1 million dollars.

It's so hard for people to deal with the death of a loved one but then to get bills for days
after, it's bad thing. Really bad.

Sorry about what happened with your husband, And what you wrote about worrying when things like this happens pretty much sums up the feeling i have when visiting the US (People often seems to be in a constant worrying state, Can i afford this, Can i afford that?).

In Denmark wer'e discussing if life-prolonging medicine is really worth the cost?, And again as always it's about money.

Time to vote for Bernie (Right Val?) ;)

What book are you reading,( if you dont mind)? » Post #13

Sun Mar 17, 2019 05:32 in General Talk

zegon wrote:
Tyunhy wrote: Reading Tom Clancy Oath of Office. I am a huge fan of the Jack Ryan series.

Just think it's hard to read books.

So i stick to Tom Clancy's computer games instead , much easier to get through them.

I agree, And i think it's a scandinavian thing.

Also the resolution in books are too low.

Comfort- Illness-profit-INTERRELATED » Post #2

Sun Mar 17, 2019 05:17 in General Talk

New and more complicated surgery and treatments have become really really expensive.

In Denmark we have a very expensive healthcare model which are praised by many but also starting to become a burden due to increasing costs of new treatments, Already now we are talking about which treatments we have to live without in the future.

Sadly this is a fact!! and question is?, What kinds of treatmets/surgery we deem unnecessary (We can't afford it).

Only good thing is that more common medicine has become cheaper, But that's due to quantity in demand.

Honest World...............tasman1 » Post #3

Tue Mar 12, 2019 04:46 in General Talk

Yeah it's old news

People can't handle money and power, All the top posts consists of sociopaths with no empathy or remorse.

How awful it would be, If the super rich had to pay a few extra percentage in tax (shame on me for even thinking about it).

I must say i'm looking forward to the coming election in the US ;)

Happy Women's Day » Post #5

Fri Mar 08, 2019 03:37 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
Arvind9 wrote:
tasman1 wrote: Thanks .
tasmana1 :mrgreen:

When did you convert



Hi Arvinda

Please send a picture.

I'm sure you're a looker :mrgreen:

Daylight Saving Time » Post #4

Wed Mar 06, 2019 06:04 in General Talk

We have to wait 20 days more until the 31 of March.

BTW the EU is planning to get rid of it ;), For some reason :?:

Competition for Reversed Surveys..tasman1 » Post #11

Tue Feb 26, 2019 05:04 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
Nikorj wrote: Nah!, Have to side with Arvind on that.


(Polishing my halo, Squek squek) it must have happened 3 times (maybe it's 4) since 2014.



Big sorry for that bad luck , only 3 times , hope your reversal will excelerate and you win at least 2nd place in this nice competition :thumbup:

Thank's for the compassionate thoughts Tas.

I know i iknow!!, My username should be Saint Nikorj (followed by a holy sound) ;)

Competition for Reversed Surveys..tasman1 » Post #9

Tue Feb 26, 2019 03:52 in General Talk

Nah!, Have to side with Arvind on that.


(Polishing my halo, Squek squek) it must have happened 3 times (maybe it's 4) since 2014.

Technology or Craptology ??...tasman1 » Post #14

Mon Feb 25, 2019 06:03 in General Talk

Arvind9 wrote:
Nikorj wrote:
tasman1 wrote:
Nikorj wrote: I :lol: :lol: :lol: When it comes to pc's Clixsense forum suddenly wakes up from it's slumber.

What model is it tas?
What cpu do you have?

Avoid Windows 10 home if you can.

Can anyone beat 64gb of ram ? ;)




It is HP , cheapest model for 14 inch , just for this job , kids do everything , I am bad for this thing, all I know it is very slow , crap , disapointed

I know how it feels with cheap crap :D , I'm probably the only one in the whole world that still owns an analog tv. Problem is it smells burnt when i turn it on, Samsung crap tv (18 years old) :mrgreen:

So if you get a survey
What type of TV do you own
1)Plasma
2)LED
3)LCD
4)SMART TV
please choose one option
What will be your answer to qualify.

Easy!!, It's LCD.

Why???

Cause nearly all my tv watching is streamed from the internet to my laptop screen, My cable service provider provides all the channels via online streaming, So basically my tv is LCD.

Best not use my original analog tv too much, Unless i want to start nice apartment fire :D

Technology or Craptology ??...tasman1 » Post #12

Mon Feb 25, 2019 05:01 in General Talk

tasman1 wrote:
Nikorj wrote: I :lol: :lol: :lol: When it comes to pc's Clixsense forum suddenly wakes up from it's slumber.

What model is it tas?
What cpu do you have?

Avoid Windows 10 home if you can.

Can anyone beat 64gb of ram ? ;)




It is HP , cheapest model for 14 inch , just for this job , kids do everything , I am bad for this thing, all I know it is very slow , crap , disapointed

I know how it feels with cheap crap :D , I'm probably the only one in the whole world that still owns an analog tv. Problem is it smells burnt when i turn it on, Samsung crap tv (18 years old) :mrgreen:

Technology or Craptology ??...tasman1 » Post #10

Mon Feb 25, 2019 04:24 in General Talk

I :lol: :lol: :lol: When it comes to pc's Clixsense forum suddenly wakes up from it's slumber.

What model is it tas?
What cpu do you have?

Avoid Windows 10 home if you can.

Can anyone beat 64gb of ram ? ;)

Taiwanese Horror Game "Devotion" » Post #2

Sun Feb 24, 2019 04:46 in General Talk

Maybe i should have a look on this when i'm fiished with Resident evil 2 "remake"

Why are these games not made in VR?, Indie exploration games should be an easy set up for VR.

I'm too old to get scared :D
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