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The Result of the Return of the Social Experiment in the Office Cubicle!

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I represent one-third of a group of co-workers who have conducted social experiments with found one dollar bills over the past year. You may read of the first in a two-part series… 137 more words

The San Francisco Scene--Seen!

Health Law Has Caveat on Renewal of Coverage - NYTimes.com

Open enrollment for health benefits is more than it appears. Pay close attention to the information you receive. Read it carefully‼️ Avoid unpleasant surprises come 2015. 305 more words

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2015 Social Security COLA - Latest projection based on June, July, August 2014 CPI-W

The average CPI-W for June, July and August 2014 is 234.419. Compare this for the average during the same period during 2013 and you get an estimated… 30 more words

Social Security

Preparing for Health Benefits Open Enrollment (Understanding the Basics) Part 2

Sometime in the next few months you will have the opportunity to select a health plan for 2015. Your tendency may be to leave things as they are now and ignore the enrollment material you receive from your employer, Medicare or your current carrier.

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Old & In the Way in the Back Row of the 6-Parnassus, 15 September 2014.

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The 6-Parnassus has five seats in a row at the back of the bus, and when I boarded it at the Market & 5th Street intersection after another theater event this evening, only two other passengers occupied seats. 333 more words

The San Francisco Scene--Seen!

Planning to take early retirement? Read their story first - Local - Gaston Gazette

The following story is what our liberal friends like to hear. It makes the case for more government assistance; higher Social Security benefits and just more. 504 more words

Observations On Life

Patients on generic statins have better outcomes versus those taking brand-name drugs

Do you think the following is important? I suspect most people do. Affording and actually taking your medication is very important and studies have shown that all too many patients do not take medication as it was prescribed. 232 more words

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