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Sep 23rd 2011 1:14PM Sadly it is these same docs that won't allow someone with chronic pain, someone that NEEDS the meds, to remain on them for fear of this very problem. People that have become addicted to pain meds and the docs that enabled it are the problem certainly, but that small percentage has hurt medical care for the ones that need it ongoing@!
Jan 28th 2011 5:26PM If your child were sick and costing you thousands would you put him/her up for adoption?
Jan 28th 2011 5:18PM Actually, many dogs can indeed be trained how to call for assistance and many can even alert people that something is amiss long before a human would. There are dogs that can tell someone is GOING to have a seizure, not just having one; even the kind called complex partial seizures which, unlike grand mal and petit mal, are hard to notice because there are no physical symptoms during a seizure. People know how to dial 911 and call for assistance because they were trained how to do so. Animals can be like trained and be even better at it than humans can.
Jan 27th 2011 2:05PM I DID choose my Lab over a relationship. Now granted it was already struggling a bit but when the choice came down to it, the dog won. funniest part? The dog was originally bought for my partner to replace one lost to death.
Sinful, however, chose me. I am not normally a 'dog' person although i can love them and care for them, I never really got as deep down attached to dogs as I did to cats. With Sinful, though it was love at first nip for both of us! (As a puppy in a large litter he got my attention by nipping my shoestring and ankle)
My partner saw that and was good enough and smart enough to realize it and hand over the reigns. It did sorta hurt them though when it came down to choosing Sin over them! Ah well, it is for the best as we are all now happy and remain friends.
Dec 10th 2010 5:33AM Well, this is what you do, find out your actual balance and go to a store that will split the total, (Like Walmart) have them take your balance off the card and pay the balance with another means, such as cash. WAHLAH instant zero balance.
Dec 10th 2010 5:25AM except they do not even USE Vaseline, it would cost them money!
Dec 10th 2010 5:22AM OMG TFF THE scam and cheat company extraordinaire running a clean bank MWAHAHAHAHAHA. If Sam could see what has become he wold roll over in his grave ... TWICE.
Dec 8th 2010 6:39PM OK, so here is the thing NOT everything is listed in those disclosures! Sorry to burst your bubble but it is indeed true! How do I know this? Because I am one of the rare birds that DOES read them and I STILL had an issue that wasn't covered in them!
Dec 8th 2010 6:37PM Well, sometimes carrying cash around is begging for trouble and believe it or not some places now are not accepting cash! My last residence the landlord would only take money orders or a credit/debit cards.
BTW I have had reason to research and use a few of these prepaid cards and there are a LOT of things not covered here, like that if you use one to pay at the pump for gas, the store can hold some ridiculous amount like $150.00 pending on your card until they submit and receive the actual amount!
While there are a lot of other issues, if you do need to use one, I strongly suggest the MIO card. It has a long and honorable history and has NO monthly fees! You can use the credit feature for no per incident fee and even the debit part is only $.50.
I am not associated with MIO card or any of it's subsidies in any way, I am simply a satisfied customer of +5 years.
Nov 27th 2010 11:57PM Any chance you have office work that can be done at home for a disabled person TRYING to get off of disability?