Panels 1 & 2 support that argument.
The Prosecution argues that, if sober, she could have changed her mind at the last minute, said, “No.” But, she was too drunk to withdraw consent.
Kenny was able to take something away from Will? NO! Cant be!
OK. We need a ruling here. Was it rape? She was drunk, BUT she also initiated sex with a phone call and drove herself there.
Funny thing about Elective Procedures. Many of them hurt but are not life threatening. That makes them “elective.” My two knee replacements fall into that category. Surgery or oxicodone?
All I know is that a relative is a doctor in Vermont and sees a lot of Canadian citizens.
PPS: It took 3 weeks to get the surgery. I understand the same surgery in Canada would have required a 6 month wait and at 73, it might not have been done at all.
My PPO paid one of the Professors of Orthopedic Surgery at the local med school. PS: The Doc was listed as one of the best 100 Doctors in 2014. The bill ran a little over $125K.
No, a cat that sleeps, has an attitude, and likes lasagna is in the public domain for all data
Gee, the Feds are going to pay for: My Gym?Discounts for Over The Counter meds and supplies?Discounts for Hearing Aids?Discounts for Therapeutic MassageDiscounts for AcupunctureDiscounts for ChiropracticFree Dental, including gold crowns, etcAny doctor including those that don’t take Medicare? (I have a PPO Plan, out of network just means a higher percent co-pay.)
The point of the story is Government does not provide what they promise, always something less.
Promise: “We will investigate crime, identify the criminal and prosecute.”Actual: "We will create a “Police Report” you can give to your insurance company."
Promise: “You can keep your plan. You can keep your doctor. You will save per year $2500 in medical costs.”Actual: You tell me, what did Government deliver.
Fact: Canadians that can afford it, choose to come to the USA for care, ours is better and faster. They prefer to pay for good care by world class doctors and facilities, delivered in a timely fashion to mediocre care delivered with long lead times by mediocre doctors that is free.