Saving Money on Prescriptions

Saving Money on Prescriptions

My family has health insurance, but we opted out of prescription coverage because a) it is expensive, and b) we don’t have any prescriptions that we take daily. We figured we’d come out ahead by paying the full price for prescriptions when we rarely need them. So far this has worked out fine, but I’ve had two prescriptions I’ve needed filled in the past couple months....

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Find out why your car insurance is so high

So I’m sure you are all aware of Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange (C.L.U.E.), right? What?! You’ve never heard of it? Okay, me neither until today, but I’ll save you some time and give you the highlights of what I’ve learned. C.L.U.E. is sort of like your credit report, but instead of tracking your credit cards, they track your personal auto and property claims....

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Yo IDE is so old that when asked for its version number it gives a Roman numeral

I’ve had the pleasure poke-my-own-eyes-out-with-a-stick torture of doing a lot of VB6 programming at work lately. The language is pretty primitive compared to newer languages, but it isn’t too bad. The thing that has been really getting on my nerves is the inability to scroll the page with my mouse’s scroll wheel. VB6 is literally so old that the IDE doesn’t know what to...

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Perceptions

Perceptions

My wife recently introduced me to Hyperbole and a Half, an absolutely hilarious web comic. Reading it has gotten me wanting to make some comics of my own, but I’m not very good and don’t have enough ideas to make a whole site out of it, so I’m going to throw a couple in to this blog as I come up with them. For my first comic, I’d like to talk about perceptions. I’ve...

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