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Under the Castor Oil Tree: What I did on my 65th birthday
Jesus, am I really 65? How did this happen? I used my Medicare card last week, so it must be true. But, I repeat, “how did this happen???” I woke up earlier than usual since I’m on steroids and after a week they start waking you up early. It doesn’t matter because you feel like you’re 27 or so on steroids, which makes being 65 on steroids really weird. I went to meet with the Clericus group I meet with every Tuesday, celebrated the Eucharist for us and had an everything bagel with cream cheese and lox. Then I had a conversation with my Bishop about his visit to the cluster on Sunday for confirmation, etc. –14 candidates–and about a September and October 3 Wednesday forums about Roland Allen and Total Common Ministry. I read a lot of a pot-boiler of a book by David Baldacchi that is a fast and good read (probabally good since I am getting elderly) and played probably 30 games of Hearts on the computer. I’ve very good at hearts on the computer because the computer plays ‘not to lose’ and I play to ‘win’ and I win almost 50 % of the games. I made myself a pasta dish that I made up with diced tomatoes, peppers, bacon, good cheese and olives. Then I took more seroids, tapering off even though my doctor told me to stop…I know my body better than he does. Tapering off is the way to go…. My daughter Mimi called and asked what I was doing for dinner and I told her Bern was fixing me sea scallops and asparagus and fingerling potatoes. Mimi noted that she remembered that’s what I’d had for birthday dinners for years and I agreed. If I were going to be executed, that would be my last meal. Then I watched the Yankees and MSMBC–both of which I love–for a while and sat on the deck in the remarkable cool of this warm day and drank a great deal of cold, white wine and smoked a cigarette or two–only that, since I’m on steroids, and considered my mortality. Then my son called and asked me what I’ve done and I told him all I told you and he didn’t seem all that impressed so I told him it was the best birthday I could imagine–at 65 or any other age. I think he acknowledged that and asked me not to use up medicare or social security before his girls–my granddaughters–were old enough to use it. I told him I’d try. Then I wrote this. Now, because it is so remarkably wonderful, I’m going to sit on the deck some more and have some more cold, white wine and have another cigarette. Not a bad day. I talked to my children. My wife loves me more each day, as I do here. The air is cool, the wine is cold and being 65 isn’t as bad as I had imagined….
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How is private health insurance better than Medicare for consumers?
The simple answer is Freedom of Choice. First of all you must understand that there is a great deal of fraud involved with Government run Medicare. Scam artists regularly milk Medicare out of BILLIONS of dollars. Private insurance companies are out to make a profit and therefore investigate the claims much better. It should also be noted that Medicare has approx $1100 deductible each year for hospital coverage and $162 per year for Outpatient deductible. After that the member is responsible for 20% co-insurance. Add to that the fact that there is no routine dental coverage, no routine vision coverage and no prescription drug coverage. Private plans are requires by law to follow federal guidelines that either meet or exceed original Medicare coverage. Most of them far exceed these guidelines. Many plans offer dental, vision part d coverage and even health and wellness, transportation and/or fitness classes (health club memberships) The private insurance companies receive a set monthly per member fee as determined by our federal government and not a percentage. If this amount is less than the cost of care for a certain individual the insurance company is liable to pay with no additional reimbursement. Insurance is actually defined as pure-risk but closely monitored by underwriters. They have an idea of what health care costs but there are so many variables that there is no clear cut number that can actually be obtained. It is all based upon estimates. Private insurance competes for more business and thus offers additional benefits and lower co-payments in order to entice more people to join their plan. We can all keep blaming the big bad insurance companies or give the reigns over to the government who will dictate what we deserve and what they feel we need. What a novel idea. Our government thinks they are more intelligent than we are and has decided that we are too stupid to decide what is best for ourselves.
Social Safety Card For a US Born Citizen
Social Security will accept only specific paperwork as evidence of identity. An acceptable document displaying your identity ought to be present not expired and display your title, identifying info date of birth or age and ideally a latest photograph. For example, as evidence of identity, Social Security ought to see youre: