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By Jef Mallett
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Oct 24, 2013
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Caulfield: I bet you hate those "my kid can beat up your honor student" bumper stickers.  Frazz: Eh. I figure soon enough putting one of those on your car will goose your insurance rates.  Caulfield: Because the dumb-and-proud-of-it are higher risk?  Frazz: Because most insurance executives used to be honor students.
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    tammyspeakslife GC Insider over 4 years ago

    Dumb bumper stickers

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    Olddog1  over 4 years ago

    Someday my honor student will be defending your thug in court. If you can afford it.

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    AshburnStadium  over 4 years ago

    Speaking of Michigan and bumper stickers, how about the one that I saw for sale at the Oldsmobile Homecoming car show in Lansing in 2007? It said:“Give Shaggy the baggie so he can roll Scooby a doobie!”

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    Ron Berg  over 4 years ago

    As an insurance employee, I can confirm there’s enough sophisitcation in figuring out all the aspects of what determines your rate, that Caufield isn’t far off in his first statement.

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    Dampwaffle  over 4 years ago

    Back when “Have you hugged your kid today?” bumper stickers were all the rage, I saw somebody drive past with a bumper sticker reading “Have you slugged your kid today?” – horribly wrong, of course, but terrifically funny.

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    nerdhoof  over 4 years ago

    Then there were the ones that said “Have you belted your kid today?” – referring to seat belts.

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    annamargaret1866  over 4 years ago

    “Save the whales, bomb a Toyota”.

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    spikelovesmusic  over 4 years ago

    “Insurance executive? After ACA they still exist?”While the ACA will make it easier for some people to fight diseases and parasitic infestations, they don’t eliminate the problem of insurance executives.

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    spikelovesmusic  over 4 years ago

    How many insurance executives used to be the bullies?

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    pumaman  over 4 years ago

    Saw a sign in the back window of a car recently that said, “Who cares who’s on board?”

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    Dr Lou GC Insider over 4 years ago

    More likely, the school bully or loan shark.

    Honor students, indeed.

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    ProfessorKid  over 4 years ago

    My favorite: “My German Shepard is smarter than your honor student!” ; ))

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    meowlin  over 4 years ago

    Plenty of other things to insure besides health care.

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    Stephen Gilberg  over 4 years ago

    My advice: Don’t put any bumper stickers on your car. The risk outweighs the benefits.

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    hippogriff  over 4 years ago

    Debt Free: They are the ones who wrote the law, got Romney to put it in effect in Massachusetts, and complain about it now. Otherwise, we would have something to create a healthy citizenry like civilized countries have.

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    Zaristerex GC Insider over 4 years ago

    Some of the most popular people in school end up with a crappy livelihood. I know someone who was an honors student in school, but now he’s not so ambitious. He spends the vast majority of his time at home watching cartoons.

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    Varina61  over 4 years ago

    The bumper sticker that made me blow soda out my nose was:I don’t skinny dip; I chunky dunk;

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    mklange GC Insider over 4 years ago
    No, in many case it is the fault of the law because the law now states that all health insurance must offer specific coverages. That coverage is often in excess of what many people want or need, so the high deductible, catastrophic care insurance that they had and that was affordable can not be offered now, under penalty of law. In other cases, employers who offered low cost health insurance must now raise the coverage at a cost they can’t afford so are now dumping insurance and will pay the penalty instead or will downsize to below 50 employees, thus dumping those people’s coverage as well.
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    Darkslash  about 3 years ago

    They forget the lineman honors students

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