Bluebell has Chesney absolutely right. “Grumpy” indeed.
The reality is that the people paying the MOST for their health care is good old USA. We pay about double that of the second most expensive. I’m not making this up. The numbers are there for anyone to see. And what do we get for that very expensive healthcare? Once again, look at the real world health data — we rank near the bottom of industrialized nations and even below some “third world” nations.
This reminds me of the Bugs Bunny “Shut up shutting up” routine.
Boody, listen to Dr. Hamlet—please!
Just like the internet. How am I supposed to remember all those #$^&%#@ passwords?
Definition of an honest politician: You get what you pay for.
This is an example of “too much information”
Our late Siamese, Chan, loved riding in a baby stroller.
Several years ago my father told me about an amusing incident he had: He went to the supermarket wearing his old, well-worn denim jacket. A couple of young people saw him and commented on what a neat jacket it was — like the expensive stone-washed jeans that were (and still are) so popular. They asked him where he got it. He replied “Oh, I bought up north a few years ago.” They complimented him again and went on their way. He chuckled to himself because he bought it for his first job out of high school “a few years ago” in 1927! (It is still in style and still wearable)