Monthly Archives: May 2010

Oh, Goody …

Oh, here’s good news: I was wrong about having to die. Even though the Medicaid program in the state where I reside is “closed,” there is a federal emergency fund for breast and cervical cancer. What a blessing I don’t … Continue reading

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On the Present Value of Investments Past

If I sound ungrateful, consider this: I have worked since the summer I was ten. I have been ready and willing to work for the last seven years but have been unable to find lasting full time employment, let alone … Continue reading

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Slow Motion Train Wreck

I may be dying. You could point out that we’re all dying, and I couldn’t argue with that. But have a lump in my breast. And I have no medical insurance. I have been under- or un- employed for seven … Continue reading

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