avgwhtguy129 karma2013-08-12 14:41:06 UTC
Less fat doesn't necessarily mean more healthy
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avgwhtguy128 karma2013-08-12 14:39:42 UTC
And do you see the price of real meat increasing because of the alternative? Do you see real meat being priced out of supermarkets? (As an economist, I do)
avgwhtguy128 karma2013-06-28 16:50:47 UTC
What do you think about the idea that you work in marketing? And the amount of money tax dollars the Air Force and other branches spend on marketing?
avgwhtguy110 karma2014-01-24 19:40:18 UTC
good history lesson. Needs to be told more often.
Especially to Americans who think they liberated ROK.
avgwhtguy18 karma2013-11-15 17:36:09 UTC
Do people complain about the prices?
I checked out the site the other day, and found the insurance to be quite expensive.
I'm a 28/m and was expected to pay over 200/mo for something that only covers 50-60% of insurance costs. That's the equivalent of $2400/year + 50% of medical bills. I've been to the ER once in the last 5 years, without insurance, and they only charged me $2000. I don't see how insurance saves me any money, nor do I see how this is cheaper than the previous system (last I had was 140/mo for 80% coverage after $200 co-pay)
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