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Lovely Brick
« on: July 27, 2010, 11:07:55 AM »
My wife drove over a crosswalk today that was made of bricks in the downtown area of the City we live it.  The brick was up on end for some reason and shot up under her car.  Transmission 100% ruined.

Not cool  :(
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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #1 on: July 27, 2010, 12:01:44 PM »
Aww no! That sounds a real disaster that does Scott and how frustrating your life was 1 to have gone over that and now the transmission is ruined. Hope she's ok and you get something sorted with it soon.
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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #2 on: July 28, 2010, 01:19:08 PM »
Does insurance cover it? What about warranty from the dealer? Is it a new car?

That's horrible :( Sorry to hear.


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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #3 on: July 28, 2010, 04:17:17 PM »
Insurance actually says it is a "Collision with a foreign object" and I can claim it.  If they deny me it will be about $4K. Yikes!
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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #4 on: July 28, 2010, 06:02:31 PM »
Insurance actually says it is a "Collision with a foreign object" and I can claim it.  If they deny me it will be about $4K. Yikes!
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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #5 on: July 28, 2010, 06:03:57 PM »
Insurance actually says it is a "Collision with a foreign object" and I can claim it.  If they deny me it will be about $4K. Yikes!

Hope you can claim it.

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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #6 on: July 29, 2010, 09:22:42 PM »
Insurance actually says it is a "Collision with a foreign object" and I can claim it.  If they deny me it will be about $4K. Yikes!

Suckage!!!!

Insurance is the work of the :Devil:

You assume your covered until they tell you that all those years of premiums you've been paying them really don't cover you at all.

Guess what. Health insurance works the same way. Maybe one of the three stooges will have a misfortune happen upon them and find out that their health insurance really doesn't cover them. Then they may (can't give those dum-basses too much credit) finally understand why us liberals were yammering for universal health insurance/Medicare for all, just like they have in the ROW.

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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #7 on: July 30, 2010, 03:53:15 PM »
Insurance actually says it is a "Collision with a foreign object" and I can claim it.  If they deny me it will be about $4K. Yikes!


Suckage!!!!

Insurance is the work of the :Devil:

You assume your covered until they tell you that all those years of premiums you've been paying them really don't cover you at all.


:rofl_2:  Sounds like Socialist Security to me! :rofl_2:

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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #8 on: July 30, 2010, 04:04:26 PM »
Insurance is supposed to cover you against things that are not your fault, like a brick shooting up into your engine block.
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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #9 on: July 30, 2010, 05:00:40 PM »
Insurance actually says it is a "Collision with a foreign object" and I can claim it.  If they deny me it will be about $4K. Yikes!


Guess what. Health insurance works the same way. Maybe one of the three stooges will have a misfortune happen upon them and find out that their health insurance really doesn't cover them. Then they may (can't give those dum-basses too much credit) finally understand why us liberals were yammering for universal health insurance/Medicare for all, just like they have in the ROW.

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Apparently your temporal lobe is functioning as poorly as your frontal lobe.
In our 'discussions' on healthcare, I've mentioned several times that I had major surgery a few years ago and paid cash for the operation.  This resulted in a huge savings over buying into the insurance mindset.
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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #10 on: July 30, 2010, 06:07:56 PM »
Insurance actually says it is a "Collision with a foreign object" and I can claim it.  If they deny me it will be about $4K. Yikes!


Guess what. Health insurance works the same way. Maybe one of the three stooges will have a misfortune happen upon them and find out that their health insurance really doesn't cover them. Then they may (can't give those dum-basses too much credit) finally understand why us liberals were yammering for universal health insurance/Medicare for all, just like they have in the ROW.

:hammer:
Apparently your temporal lobe is functioning as poorly as your frontal lobe.
In our 'discussions' on healthcare, I've mentioned several times that I had major surgery a few years ago and paid cash for the operation.  This resulted in a huge savings over buying into the insurance mindset.

lol  One surgery  :rofl_2:  You're cluesless. People don't lose everything because they had one surgery. How many days were you hospitalized for your one surgery, clown? That's where the money is. A surgery? Pffft. Go get your ass in a car accident and take a look at the bill. The surgery will be a fraction of the bill. Most of it will be renting you a bed. I racked up +$1700/day in 2002 dollars, and they wouldn't let me roll out for 14 days. I'll do the math for you: that's like a $24,000 hospital stay. I wasn't a trust fund baby, I wasn't going to ask my parents to refinance their home to pay for my hospital bills. I was 23, just out of school, and looking for employment (i.e., uninsured) at the time. And nothing I did contributed to my trip to the hospital, you know, I wasn't drunk driving, or drag racing, or bungie jumping, or train hopping, or doing some high risk activity that others might be inclined to say, "Well dummy, what were you thinking?" Nope, could have happened to anyone because it actually does happen to a lot of people.

You just don't know, and you just want to know nothing because it's just easier to be a know-nothing. You're right, it is! Yous guys are famous for this regardless of the subject. It's easier to construct your simpleton arguments around limited information, then repeat them to yourselves and others who don't know any better. Then someone like me comes along and undresses you every time. Yeah, FFF, I can generalize. It's not just the 3 (4 including Dmast) posters here; it's all y'all goofs.

Years ago, eh? Just recently you were talking about another surgery you chose not to have. Those surgeries add up. I'd elect to hobble around, too.
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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #11 on: July 30, 2010, 08:24:15 PM »
Yeah, FFF, I can generalize. It's not just the 3 (4 including Dmast) posters here; it's all y'all goofs.

What goes around, comes around. See ya in November fool.
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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #12 on: July 31, 2010, 09:16:26 AM »
Insurance actually says it is a "Collision with a foreign object" and I can claim it.  If they deny me it will be about $4K. Yikes!


Guess what. Health insurance works the same way. Maybe one of the three stooges will have a misfortune happen upon them and find out that their health insurance really doesn't cover them. Then they may (can't give those dum-basses too much credit) finally understand why us liberals were yammering for universal health insurance/Medicare for all, just like they have in the ROW.

:hammer:
Apparently your temporal lobe is functioning as poorly as your frontal lobe.
In our 'discussions' on healthcare, I've mentioned several times that I had major surgery a few years ago and paid cash for the operation.  This resulted in a huge savings over buying into the insurance mindset.

lol  One surgery  :rofl_2:  You're cluesless. People don't lose everything because they had one surgery. How many days were you hospitalized for your one surgery, clown? That's where the money is. A surgery? Pffft. Go get your ass in a car accident and take a look at the bill. The surgery will be a fraction of the bill. Most of it will be renting you a bed. I racked up +$1700/day in 2002 dollars, and they wouldn't let me roll out for 14 days. I'll do the math for you: that's like a $24,000 hospital stay. I wasn't a trust fund baby, I wasn't going to ask my parents to refinance their home to pay for my hospital bills. I was 23, just out of school, and looking for employment (i.e., uninsured) at the time. And nothing I did contributed to my trip to the hospital, you know, I wasn't drunk driving, or drag racing, or bungie jumping, or train hopping, or doing some high risk activity that others might be inclined to say, "Well dummy, what were you thinking?" Nope, could have happened to anyone because it actually does happen to a lot of people.

You just don't know, and you just want to know nothing because it's just easier to be a know-nothing. You're right, it is! Yous guys are famous for this regardless of the subject. It's easier to construct your simpleton arguments around limited information, then repeat them to yourselves and others who don't know any better. Then someone like me comes along and undresses you every time. Yeah, FFF, I can generalize. It's not just the 3 (4 including Dmast) posters here; it's all y'all goofs.

Years ago, eh? Just recently you were talking about another surgery you chose not to have. Those surgeries add up. I'd elect to hobble around, too.
Initial bill almost $8k.
Second bill about $21k.
Daugter's dental work not covered by insurance over $40k

I can't have the current surgery for a few years due to my age, not the cost.
You must continue with the name calling and insults because you have no basis for a real arguement.

Keep puffin' yourself up, you're looking good! :gleam: :lmao:



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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #13 on: July 31, 2010, 01:50:01 PM »

Initial bill almost $8k.
Second bill about $21k.
Daugter's dental work not covered by insurance over $40k

I can't have the current surgery for a few years due to my age, not the cost.
You must continue with the name calling and insults because you have no basis for a real arguement.

Keep puffin' yourself up, you're looking good! :gleam: :lmao:


Dum-bass, I've been destroying you all night. This is your very first contribute  :rofl_2:

Wow, that's a lot of cabbage. :yikes: You've obviously done well for yourself to be able to go $70,000 into your pocket and still hold on to all of your assets and maintain your standard of living.

So that's what you expect the rest of us to be able to do? Go into our empty pockets for $24K, $70K, or $250,000 regardless of our income?

Dummy, you were lucky you built your fortune before all of this befell you. Imagine being 25, uninsured, and having to come up with $70,000. You couldn't do it. But you're too f**king stupid to wrap your puny head around any f**king topic.

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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #14 on: July 31, 2010, 02:46:24 PM »
Dum-bass, I've been destroying you all night. This is your very first contribute  :rofl_2:

Wow, that's a lot of cabbage. :yikes: You've obviously done well for yourself to be able to go $70,000 into your pocket and still hold on to all of your assets and maintain your standard of living.

So that's what you expect the rest of us to be able to do? Go into our empty pockets for $24K, $70K, or $250,000 regardless of our income?

Dummy, you were lucky you built your fortune before all of this befell you. Imagine being 25, uninsured, and having to come up with $70,000. You couldn't do it. But you're too f**king stupid to wrap your puny head around any f**king topic.

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If he's rich, obviously NOT stupid. But keep on truckin' in the stupidity market babblemouth.  :rofl_2: :rofl_2:
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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #15 on: July 31, 2010, 05:03:27 PM »
Dum-bass, I've been destroying you all night. This is your very first contribute  :rofl_2:

Wow, that's a lot of cabbage. :yikes: You've obviously done well for yourself to be able to go $70,000 into your pocket and still hold on to all of your assets and maintain your standard of living.

So that's what you expect the rest of us to be able to do? Go into our empty pockets for $24K, $70K, or $250,000 regardless of our income?

Dummy, you were lucky you built your fortune before all of this befell you. Imagine being 25, uninsured, and having to come up with $70,000. You couldn't do it. But you're too f**king stupid to wrap your puny head around any f**king topic.

idiot of the day: monstertruck :winner:

If he's rich, obviously NOT stupid. But keep on truckin' in the stupidity market babblemouth.  :rofl_2: :rofl_2:

I know others can see what I see. Not everyone is as big of an idiot as either of you. You two are just too f**king stupid. Stupid people are proud of their stupidity. They wear it like a badge of honor. You two wear that badge well.
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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #16 on: July 31, 2010, 05:35:25 PM »

Initial bill almost $8k.
Second bill about $21k.
Daugter's dental work not covered by insurance over $40k

I can't have the current surgery for a few years due to my age, not the cost.
You must continue with the name calling and insults because you have no basis for a real arguement.

Keep puffin' yourself up, you're looking good! :gleam: :lmao:


Dum-bass, I've been destroying you all night. This is your very first contribute  :rofl_2:

Wow, that's a lot of cabbage. :yikes: You've obviously done well for yourself to be able to go $70,000 into your pocket and still hold on to all of your assets and maintain your standard of living.

So that's what you expect the rest of us to be able to do?   Go into our empty pockets for $24K, $70K, or $250,000 regardless of our income?

Dummy, you were lucky you built your fortune before all of this befell you. Imagine being 25, uninsured, and having to come up with $70,000. You couldn't do it. But you're too f**king stupid to wrap your puny head around any f**king topic.

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Sorry, just got home from work.
Another short week 69 hours.

Yup, educate yourself and get job.
Take care of yourself and your family.
Start a business, employ others.
If you have anything left to give, please do so, but only through VOLUNTARY, MUTUAL, CONSENT.

I mean c'mon Man, grow some, step up to the plate and do your fair share.
All the time you've spent here insulting people and whining could have been put to much better use.
Oh wait, you're probably just too lazy. ;-()  (or stupid)
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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #17 on: July 31, 2010, 05:58:22 PM »
MT - but don't you get it? You're a moron because babblemouth said it's so!
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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #18 on: July 31, 2010, 06:10:39 PM »
:rofl_2: When Scott started a thread on his car, I don't think he thought it would end up as a debate on health insurance :rofl_2:



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Re: Lovely Brick
« Reply #19 on: July 31, 2010, 06:15:28 PM »

Initial bill almost $8k.
Second bill about $21k.
Daugter's dental work not covered by insurance over $40k

I can't have the current surgery for a few years due to my age, not the cost.
You must continue with the name calling and insults because you have no basis for a real arguement.

Keep puffin' yourself up, you're looking good! :gleam: :lmao:


Dum-bass, I've been destroying you all night. This is your very first contribute  :rofl_2:

Wow, that's a lot of cabbage. :yikes: You've obviously done well for yourself to be able to go $70,000 into your pocket and still hold on to all of your assets and maintain your standard of living.

So that's what you expect the rest of us to be able to do? Go into our empty pockets for $24K, $70K, or $250,000 regardless of our income?

Dummy, you were lucky you built your fortune before all of this befell you. Imagine being 25, uninsured, and having to come up with $70,000. You couldn't do it. But you're too f**king stupid to wrap your puny head around any f**king topic.

idiot of the day: monstertruck :winner:
Sorry, just got home from work.
Another short week 69 hours.

Yup, educate yourself and get job.
Take care of yourself and your family.
Start a business, employ others.
If you have anything left to give, please do so, but only through VOLUNTARY, MUTUAL, CONSENT.

I mean c'mon Man, grow some, step up to the plate and do your fair share.
All the time you've spent here insulting people and whining could have been put to much better use.
Oh wait, you're probably just too lazy. ;-()  (or stupid)

Everyone else can read, idiot. They can put two or three sequential sentences together--the latter completing the argument begun by the first sentence in the sequence. This is for you and your buddy Butthead.

So that's what you expect the rest of us to be able to do? Go into our empty pockets for $24K, $70K, or $250,000 regardless of our income?

Dummy, you were lucky you built your fortune before all of this befell you. Imagine being 25, uninsured, and having to come up with $70,000. You couldn't do it.



You two are still the village idiots--uncontested. Take a bow. :winner:  :king:
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