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    05-19-2016, 01:21 AM
    Yep, I still feel endorsing Romney was wrong and I prefer people who don't back down from their principles. Kokesh > Rand.
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    05-18-2016, 10:24 AM
    When Rand Paul threw his father under a bus and endorsed Romney, that was stupid. When Rand Paul decided to throw away his fathers base that voted for the man that would stand by his principles, and instead pandered to the middle, that was stupid. I donated money to Ron, I stood in the rain at my polling location with my 5' hand made sign for 8 hours for Ron. I wouldn't even give rand the time of day, let alone money or my time, he acts like your typical washington pandering piece of shit..
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    05-17-2016, 04:40 AM
    Wake me up when they get Michael Badnarik to run again, until then I am returning to my apathy.
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    05-15-2016, 09:29 PM
    You are only liable for "long term care", so yes if you use medicaid to pay for a nursing home, kiss your estate goodbye. Children that would place their parents into a nursing home don't deserve their parents estate when they die. Sorry I lost my will to care about taxation being theft while I live in a country that uses tax money to kill other people, blow up their stuff, then pay their crony corporations with it to rebuild it. When we stop wasting tax money on wars and giving it in aid to other countries, then you can bitch about how having a tax funded single payer healthcare system is bad. Healthcare should be provided by the government, free and paperless for all citizens.
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    05-15-2016, 12:02 PM
    Your medicaid sounds like a garbage version then. CT MLIA (medicaid for low income adults) has no copays for any visits or prescriptions and it covers all dental work. Long has you have 0 income, there is no cost share. This is the trick, you have to earn no income on paper, then everything is free. But yes, far as glasses go, you can only choose from only about 20 frame choices.
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    05-13-2016, 04:35 AM
    I live in NorthEast TN, this happens surprisingly frequently, usually by a family member, and usually found by private citizens unharmed. This one went on for awhile, I am glad she was found safe. Meth is bad, ummmkay.
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    05-13-2016, 04:21 AM
    I am at the point where I want a single payer model. Medicaid for Low Income Adults has better coverage, no deductibles, no copay, and no premiums. Just walk into a doctor or walk in and get treated, show them your card, costs $0. Take your prescription to your drug store, show them your card, cost you $0 for your pills. Need glasses? Cost $0 for a free eye exam and free pair of glasses every year. Need dental work? Covers 1 cleaning a year plus any work that needs to be done at any time, x-rays, fillings, extractions, to root canals with porcelain crowns. $0.
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    04-30-2016, 02:40 PM
    Lol, airlines are already looking to replace pilots with computers.. Pilot error is a HUGE insurance liability, soon as they can outsource that liability to a computer programing company, pilots jobs are gone.
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    04-30-2016, 02:27 PM
    EVM chips on creditcards are NOT RFID. They use NFC, NFC transmit distance is measured in centimeters.. Yes, if you pull it out early it will complain, if you leave it in there after the transaction and walk off it doesn't make any noise.. Far as whats on the chip, the same information that is on the magnetic strip, but with an encryption key that changes after each use.
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    04-30-2016, 02:52 AM
    You see a lot horses doing jobs these days zippy? No right? Don't need as many horses now. We are the horse in this situation zippy, we are the horse..
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    04-30-2016, 02:37 AM
    The verdict is your bank is trying to cover their ass and not be liable, all cards will be smart chip soon. If the retailer doesn't have smart chip reader, and there is fraud, then they are liable. If the retailer has smart chip reader, and your card issuer's card does not have smart chip, then they are liable for any fraud. Is it safer? Yes, each time your card interacts with a smart chip reader, it changes the key on the chip so that if your card info is stolen at the point of sale, that information is useless to try and make another transaction with. What sucks about it is you have to stick your card in the slot and leave it there while it does its processing thing, so people forget their card is in there and leave them behind all the time.
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    04-30-2016, 02:25 AM
    So they are going to stick the spinal cord together with PEG and they think it is just going to wire itself up properly through what, osmosis?? Did I miss some recent news article about PEG, a chemical commonly used as a pre-surgery laxative, magically repairing spinal damage? I predict this transplant will go to shit quickly. ;)
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