Originally Posted by The Lone Bolt
Or maybe because I have insurance when I otherwise wouldn't have I'd be able to go to a doctor before I have a heart attack and get medications and professional medical advice on changing my lifestyle. Then maybe I avoid the heart attack and my condition is treated at far less expense than in the ER.
I call that problem solving.
Come on now. Even CBO gave up on the old "preventative medicine is cheaper" canard a long time ago.
Your high-maintenance is even more burden on me. You should buy me some beer or something.