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    Quote Originally Posted by Beevee View Post
    It doesn't bother me if you choose to get high on prescription medicines from 10 different doctors and then blow your brains out.
    In Canada, it's far more difficult to do that so you can stick to your way of life and I'll stick to mine.
    I know which one of us has the opportunity of a longer, healhier life.
    I realize you would llove for me to blow my brains out beevee, but im much to stable to ever even consider hurting this temple

    You seem to have gotten very upset because I said we dont want socialized anything here and why would I want to give up a tax return every year for healthcare
    Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beevee View Post
    Your insulin is cheaper than mine. But my total monthly charges are capped at $CAN73.00 for the next 12 months, irrespective of how many prescriptions are involved because old age and retirement are taken into account when the annual cost is calculated.
    I pay 4.00 for 90 day supply of generics, there are generics I get 90 supply free like singleair and Flonase they are free.

    Top Tier drugs I pay up to 15.00 those are drugs that cost over 100.00 for 30 days I pay 15.00 for 90 days. For mid tier drugs I pay 5-10.00 for 90 days. If I reach 1700.00 in a year thats for me and my wife both once we reach 1700.00 all drugs are cost free for the rest of the year.
    We have never reached the cap
    Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Common View Post
    I realize you would llove for me to blow my brains out beevee, but im much to stable to ever even consider hurting this temple

    You seem to have gotten very upset because I said we dont want socialized anything here and why would I want to give up a tax return every year for healthcare
    Absolutely not. Aren't you a mod here? One less mod puts a strain on the rest and they already have a difficult job, probably trying to ban me but not finding adequate reason.
    You, was not intended as 'you' or I would have placed inverts or used capitals.
    So, if you feel I intended that, then I don't mind offering an unreserved apology but I also trust my explanation is sincere and not as others would wish to believe.
    If only Trump would be so honest!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Common View Post
    I pay 4.00 for 90 day supply of generics, there are generics I get 90 supply free like singleair and Flonase they are free.

    Top Tier drugs I pay up to 15.00 those are drugs that cost over 100.00 for 30 days I pay 15.00 for 90 days. For mid tier drugs I pay 5-10.00 for 90 days. If I reach 1700.00 in a year thats for me and my wife both once we reach 1700.00 all drugs are cost free for the rest of the year.
    We have never reached the cap
    Thanks for that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stjames1_53 View Post
    he was encouraging me to commit suicide...................
    Omg. You've got to be $#@!ing kidding.
    At the end of the day...I am still glad that I am me. Tail and all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Common View Post
    I realize you would llove for me to blow my brains out beevee, but im much to stable to ever even consider hurting this temple

    You seem to have gotten very upset because I said we dont want socialized anything here and why would I want to give up a tax return every year for healthcare
    This whole thing is a $#@!ing joke. You two being pissed about beevee's reply is a huge pile of $#@!.
    At the end of the day...I am still glad that I am me. Tail and all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by silvereyes View Post
    Omg. You've got to be $#@!ing kidding.
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    This whole thing is a $#@!ing joke. You two being pissed about beevee's reply is a huge pile of $#@!.
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    My BIL called me the Company said they will keep all long term medications on auto refill

    That was easy
    Politics is the art of looking for trouble, finding it everywhere, diagnosing it incorrectly and applying the wrong remedies.

    GROUCHO MARX,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Collateral Damage View Post
    My insurance company keeps trying to push getting my needs from a mail order house, No, thanks, for insulin, I'll hit the pharmacy, where I know what conditions it has been stored in, when I need it.

    It costs me roughly $10 more for three months worth that way, but it's worth the expense.
    That is my situation also.

    My insurance recently sent me a notice that i either had to switch to a "big box" pharmacy or else get my maintenance medications via email. Next time i went to my regular Mom and Pop pharmacy for a refill the insurance denied/declined the request.

    Very annoying...

    So i called my insurance provider and was then told that if i wanted to use my local pharmacy all i had to do was "opt out" of the guidelines and stay with Mom and Pop. Curiously that option was never mentioned until i took the action of calling the insurance provider. So now i'm still covered by my insurance. And i can use the pharmacy i want. Possible that it costs a few dollars more but i really couldn't care less about that.





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    Quote Originally Posted by pragmatic View Post
    That is my situation also.
    My insurance recently sent me a notice that i either had to switch to a "big box" pharmacy or else get my maintenance medications via email. Next time i went to my regular Mom and Pop pharmacy for a refill the insurance denied/declined the request.
    Very annoying...
    So i called my insurance provider and was then told that if i wanted to use my local pharmacy all i had to do was "opt out" of the guidelines and stay with Mom and Pop. Curiously that option was never mentioned until i took the action of calling the insurance provider. So now i'm still covered by my insurance. And i can use the pharmacy i want. Possible that it costs a few dollars more but i really couldn't care less about that.
    ..
    There many things about insurance they don't tell you about, and even the people you get your insurance from don't know it all. I've had several battles with my health insurance. Some I've won, some I've lost, but I will be damned if I will let them dictate where I get my needs from.
    I never lose.... I either win, or I learn.

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