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Good Night Crutches

April 12, 2014 in General

I took this picture a few nights ago as I was trying to go to sleep. Instead I found myself playing around with my camera. This is one of the shots that I captured. It is a shot of my crutches in their nightly place of rest, beside my bed should I need to get up during the night.

How To Find A Good James Hardie Siding Installation

February 19, 2014 in General

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January 31, 2014 in General

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January 8, 2014 in General

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Telematics Car Insurance Brings Good News to Insurance Industry

December 21, 2013 in General

telematics car insuranceCar insurance is a staple for all drivers who drive on UK roadways.  All drivers are required to do a couple things before they can lawfully get behind the wheel and take that first journey anywhere.  The first is obtain a driver licence.  The second is obtain a car insurance policy which will protect them and others driving around them in the event of a car crash.  The former is routine and simple to obtain for most drivers.  The latter demands more attention and will cost far more in the short term as well as the long term.

Ensure You Get A Good Online Interior Designer

December 11, 2013 in General

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Good Enough For Government Work

December 5, 2013 in General

Having failed to avert the catastrophic Obamacare train wreck, the Obama administration has lately been working hard to convince the public it likes the health care reform law anyway. This is a difficult chore requiring all sorts of silly arguments, but we were especially struck by the administration’s boast that the program is operating with “private sector velocity and efficiency.”
The claim is laughably untrue, of course, but at this point no one expects candor from the administration. What’s striking abut the statement, rather, is its admission that the private sector sets a standard of effectiveness which the public sector aspires to meet.
Some significant amount of the administration’s pride had to be swallowed in order to make such a confession. A white-hot hatred of those evil top-hatted, moustache-twirling businessmen and a warm fondness for the selfless virtues of government employees was the basic rationale of Obamacare, and of modern liberalism in general, so it must be embarrassing to the high-minded bureaucrats of the Obama administration to be reduced to bragging that they can get things done just as well as those profit-motivated private sector folks. The fact that the boast is not even close to true, and that this is now objectively apparent to even the most gullible observers, can only compound the embarrassment.
Our extensive experience of private sector workers tells us that they are, on the whole, as ethical and intelligent as their public sector counterparts, and we offer due respect for the good works they occasionally accomplish. Their consistent inability to match the performance of the average small business or large corporation is all a matter of incentives. Even the best of us respond to incentives, and it is inherent in the nature of the public sector that it offers all the wrong ones. The public sector offers incentives to give a major computer programming project to a firm with a poor business record but rich political connections, overpay for its services with money that the Federal Reserve is printing up as fast as the presses can roll, and never worry that anyone will be fired when it all goes spectacularly bad. Meanwhile, over at the private sector, where money has to be earned rather than printed, there is an overriding incentive to get things done right, on time, and in the least expensive way.
Back when Obamacare was still being debated its proponents made much of the obscene 3.3 percent profit margin that the insurance companies were making, which ranked a shocking 88th place among the nation’s industries, and the implication was that the altruistic bureaucrats would put all that filthy lucre to better use by healing the sick and exetnding the lives of old folks. By now it is clear that bureacratic inefficiencies will eat up at least that small slice of the nation’s health care costs, and spend at least a similar amount on advertising campaigns intended to convince the public otherwise, and the rationale for Obamacare is harder to defend.

– Bud Norman

Telematics Car Insurance Puts High Tech to Good Use

November 21, 2013 in General

telematics car insuranceCar insurance is a requirement for all UK drivers.  It has been a staple of driving for years and this will surely continue for decades to come.  Insurance costs continue to be costly and combined with routine maintenance costs, makes driving a car almost an investment.  Drivers need a tool to assist them in the expense of insurance and a new insurance product is making a difference.  It is known as telematics pay as you drive car insurance and it is making a difference in the industry by utilising the latest high tech equipment.

Good but not nearly enough…

October 6, 2013 in General

Yes, the bounce up in the markets today was a welcome sign in a debacle-filled week of juvenile bickering and political acrimony, yet adding 72 points for the Dow Jones still resulted in a net loss of -150 points since September 30th. Technically, the downward slide is very pronounced, with the bulls showing virtually no effectiveness in plugging the gaping holes that began ripping open ever since the no-taper announcement.

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A good planner can talk your ear off

September 18, 2013 in General

When we hear the tale “of mice and men”, we think of the novella written
by Nobel Prize-winning author John Steinbeck, published in 1937.

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Unfortunately for one patient in a nursing facility in Alberta Canada, she has a different perspective.  Read the article about the incident HERE.  Many of the choices we make, our family members are forced to make for us, revolve around the finances.  “How much money does it take?  How much should it take?  What if we run out of money?”  All these questions come flooding in.  But what are the answers?  Where can we find help to determine if the care facility is going to take care of our loved one or be a potential danger and risk to them?

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