Foundation Health is the worst insurance I’ve ever had. I just had to pay $58 out of pocket because foundation doesn’t do refills on the same sort of meds more than once every month. I only got a week and a half’s worth, so when I went to refill, no dice. (On insurance, it’d have cost about $20). On my old insurance it’d have cost $5, and I wouldn’t have to deal with any time-span hubbub. If I had a doomsday machine, FH would be a molten heap of slag.
Fark ’em. I’m going to Blue Cross / Blue Shield, anyway. Just a warning to anyone that has it. *Change it*. The copay is cheaper on BC/BS, and they’re reliable. My doc also warned me against foundation the time before last.
One of my duties when I return to work is to get as many people to change off of FH. I’d love to get the whole company to switch. Spread the word for me, if you think of it. you’ll be helping out anyone who changes.
I wish I had a giant roman tub, big enough for two. I think that’ll be a purchase I make when I own my own place…. or an indoor jacuzzi. Something big enough to soak and float in some hot water, and to share with my sweetheart, too.
Dreams of owning a pet grooming store last night…weird, because I really have no interest in that as a career. Newt, Blackie, Zen and Kringle were models for the place in our ads…. with bows and painted nails. Totally sissy looks for such butch little boys., but I imagine they suffered through it for our cause. The place was very successful… I guess it’s because I’ve had critters on the brain lately. (The legion of superbabies, and all that).
Here’s an unusual proposal for archiving the collected works of mankind on what is, you must admit, a pretty enduring medium…I what sort of changes they would wreak? Certainly will last longer than any CD-Rom. Cockroaches. ew!