|Mrs. Volgi modeling the Volgimobile|
Dr. J. was delinquent with regard to this missive from the great ScottO, who you better be following on twitter @gscottoliver. He writes regarding Dr. J.’s recent rant on Obamacare:
Most Excellent Doctor,
At the risk of incurring your force-lightning-punctuated wrath, I wish to point out an inaccuracy in your heretofore penultimate post. In particular, the second paragraph mentions a requirement of “government approved healthcare”. Nay, the requirement is for Secretary-approved health insurance, not care. I fear we fall into an emotional trap when we accept the premise that the PPACA will ensure everyone gets care that many cannot get now. The fact is that the availability of care will not be made better simply because–or especially because–more people have medical insurance.
With highest regards, ScottO
Excellent catch. You were the only one paying attention. The truth is that Open Enrollment hasn’t started at NAITMC for the 2014 edition of health insurance, but we’ve spent the last year and will be continuing over the next two years to tighten our belts as we deliver the best care in New Atlantis. It’s been a horrendous challenge given the weight the federal bureaucracy has brought to bear on the health care industry. As a consequence with health care preeminent in Dr. J.’s mind how the typo could occur.
No force lightning…this time.
|The Czar’s got his eye on an AMC Javelin. Dr. J. always liked the doorhandles.|
Dr. J. also received this missive from Friend of the Gormogons, the great Professor Mondo, a Medieval Literature professor at Mondoville University in beautiful Mondoville, Kentucky. If his blog isn’t bookmarked in your browser, download a new browser and bookmark it here.
In view of your Gremlin v. Pacer post, here’s the story of my first car:
Hope all is well in New Atlantis!
That story is hilarious. We will put you down along side Volgi on Team Pacer. Somehow you must spare no expense and find and purchase for Spawn her own Pacer, or if she wants something a little better that Chevy classic that didn’t do well in Mexico, the Nova.
New Atlantic is doing dandy. Don’t be a stranger the next time you’re in town. You know how to find us.