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    How Much You Wanna Bet

    How Much You Wanna Bet

    that this person has an iPhone or iPad made at a factory in China, which she uses to read liberal blogs which object to outsourcing by big corporations.  And hurries into and out of Wal-Mart really quickly so as not to be spotted, with an excuse lined up just in case she bumps into another bumper-sticker wearing friend:

    “I don’t really shop here, I’m just gathering evidence for our upcoming protest.”

    Spotted in Ithaca last fall:

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    LHC-
    US HealthWorks is pretty awesome, too. Even with insurance, I couldn't really afford regular doctor's visits, and I didn't want them; I was able to walk in, get my sore throat that made everything taste like broccoli examined, and walk out with a prescription to clear it up in less than an hour. (Some sort of infection.) Clean, polite, made effective use of staffing. (ie, don't have doctors doing what a nurse can, etc)

    Compare with my current OBGYN, in whose waiting room I have never spent less than an hour after my appointment is supposed to start, and who never use a nurse if a doctor can do it. (They also keep staff in the office while they're sick, and to lie about it– my entire household is still recovering from a sickness that I got there on the fifth.)

    Guess which one makes a big deal about how well they treat their staff?

    "LHC-
    US HealthWorks is pretty awesome, too. Even with insurance, I couldn't really afford regular doctor's visits, and I didn't want them; I was able to walk in, get my sore throat that made everything taste like broccoli examined, and walk out with a prescription to clear it up in less than an hour."

    Foxfier, I just googled US HealthWorks (I'd never heard of them before) and see there are a couple locations not too far away. Thanks for the tip! Wal-Mart is too far away. We always drop in CVS or Wallgreens to get our flu shots … would never go through the hassle of making a doctor's appointment for that again.

    Unleash and foster competition!!

    I personally like the "A Living Wage is a Moral Value", because it means that everyone working for less than a living wage is immoral.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Subaru_Forester

    Says the Forester was built in Japan.

    Cant make this stuff up.

    Assembly/Parts Content: While Subaru has a widely-acclaimed manufacturing plant in Indiana, the Forester is assembled in Ota Gunma, Japan. Both the engine and transmission are of Japanese origin. 0% of the parts are produced in North America.

    The photo looks to be a 2007. This info is for a 2009. But I think it applies as the Forester has not been built in US.

    http://www.mpgomatic.com/2008/11/26/subaru-forester-mpg-review/


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