At the same hearing, a father from Maine told senators that a 90 day prescription for just one of his son’s insulins would cost him $1,489.46. That’s with his high deductible insurance. He testified that he has taken to buying the same three month supply from a Canadian pharmacy for about $300 plus $50 in shipping.
Joey is spot onwith this colorfulUHNW analogy!I have seen schedules of real estate that go on for pages and pages of legal size documents, and entity organizational charts that look like a 20 generation family tree! Multiple $10MM+ residences that sit empty 90% of the year. But if you think of it relative to their cash flow, net worth, etc, some aren’t even that highly leveraged (some are). And each of those commercial buildings they buy would be like you buying a $25K house.
It points out the fun and fascination these interactive maps can offer, and their capacity to inspire learning through voluntary exploration. Tips are provided for helping children and teens tap into the wealth of findings such maps afford, while letting them lead the way. Read More Words: 757This article, written by a parent with an autistic child, who has several friends and relatives with autistic children, is aimed at parents who have just had a child diagnosed or will probably be diagnosed with ASD or Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Durlston Bay, Purbeck Type Section Cretaceous. This classic section near Swanage in eastern Dorset shows the thickest well exposed sequence of lagoonal Purbeck strata in England, with almost 250 numbered and described beds. It contains horizons with mammals, pterosaurs, crocodiles, turtles, fish, insects, isopods, ferns, ostracods, charophytes, ferns, numerous molluscs and the occasional dinosaur footprint.
“There’s no tower, and you are not required to have a radio to fly in here,” Oakley said. “But most people announce where [they] are, so other pilots will know. You can’t rely on the radio; you have to keep your eyes open and look.”Oakley has put some money into Cranland, repairing hangars, repaving the 1,760 foot long runway, and taking down some trees that were in the flight path.
What’s happening nowThe latest COVID 19 numbers in Alberta on Thursday: 29 new cases and two additional deaths. There are 6,955 total cases in the province, 652 of which are active; 143 Albertans have died from the virus. Daily. Cummings affair, he may seem hard done by. Anyone could sympathise with his and his wife’s predicament. But he called the policy’s bluff.