Thursday, October 14, 2010

SAR #10287

Health insurance is a tax on people who don't know how to vote.

Another opportunity to test the limits of my own health insurance has befallen the author.

SAR will return when my doctor say I can once more do the heavy lifting.

16 comments:

Anonymous said...

Be well, CKM.

Anonymous said...

Feel better friend

mistah charley, ph.d. said...

Whatever you can do re. SAR is greatly appreciated. This is one of my first stops each day.

Mobilize your own inner healing resources the ways that work best for you. Know that others wish you well.

Anonymous said...

God bless kiddo. I'm with Mistah, I check you and Ian Walsh every morning. I hope you are well.

Vitus Capital said...

Yikes!

We will eagerly await your return.

dburgess said...

get well, best wishes

Demetrius said...

Best wishes, looking forward to your return!!!

Anonymous said...

Wish you the best, CK...

John

lineside said...

get well soon!

Null said...

seeya when you return CK. be well

Anonymous said...

I hold you in the highest esteem and always look forward to your writings. Get well soon!

I'm Not POTUS said...

Take care dear sir, may I suggest you make a veiled reference to the name of the shakedown artist.

Is it Azure Targe perhaps?
Or The Star Spangled Banner of Sky Colored X's?

Maybe someone here knows someone on the inside who can help you fight the red tape.

Friends in low places can get you out of hole you are in.

Anonymous said...

God bless.

RBM411

rc said...

Hope you're better soon - like many I find your mix informative and enjoyable.

Rick

Econ graphs

Anonymous said...

Be careful navigating the Medical Minefield. These folks come from the same Universities as the Financial Fraudsters, many have only the same interest: $$$$. Do your research and, if need be, get a good, alternative opinion.
As Professor of Medicine (UNC) Nortin Hadler states: US Medicine is "ethically bankrupt".

brokeboater said...

My thoughts and best wishes for your health, my friend. You fill a special and unique niche in my day. I also much enjoyed reading of your sailing experiences. It brought back many knowing smiles and a few good belly laughs.