Friday, May 19, 2006

hot ticket

Dear people responsible for creating and maintaining the mindboggling, counterintuitive red-tape of the United States' method of medical insurance:

i hate you.

when you arrive, i hope your skin bubbles into searing pustules that explode upon contact with the dry, hot atmosphere of HELL.

thank you, that is all.

love, cadiz

14 comments:

Gloria Glo said...

Never before in my life have I agreed more thoroughly with a post anywhere on the Internet.

Someone deserves a burning. And I've got some suggestions.

The system is broken, but making rich men richer, I guess. Otherwise, we'd fix it. And my life would be better along with millions of other Americans.

Jon said...

I don’t know, I kind of like the fact that when I come into the emergency room, I’m given several hours to collect myself while I fill out some paperwork. Who knows how hysterical I might be if they let me see the doctor right away. No, this way is much better.

Lia said...

Amen.

That is all.

Ale said...

yeah!!! where do i sign?!

Radioactive Jam said...

Their entire industry is one huge rip-off of satan's in-hell-ectual property. He'll be happy to see them; the reverse won't be true, even though they should feel right at home.

Katie said...

Right there with you.

omar said...

Let's take over Canada. Then adopt their health insurance policies.

X said...

And their women.

---X

jazz said...

couldnt' find a doctor huh?

sucks!

Guyana-Gyal said...

Well, it's a darn good thing I wasn't drinking hot tea while reading this, otherwise I'd get some serious burns, spurting hot tea through my nose pttttttttzzzzzzzzzz

Becky said...

yeah, when i got hurt, i chose the minor emergency center instead of the ER so that i could be seen THAT DAY instead of being trumped by chest pain and choking babies. but nothing is worse than having to seek medical attention in the u.s. without insurance. you morphe from being an ill human to a bacteria (or some other thing that needs to be eradicated).

Modern Viking said...

The Portuguese word for bureaucracy is 'burocracia.' The future-Mrs. pronounces it burrocracia :)

omar said...

(tap tap) Hello? Is this thing on?

CaDiiiiiiiiizzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz!

I hope all is well.

Jon said...

um, yeah, it's almost been a week. Who do you think you are? Me? That's very flattering and all, but seriously, just be yourself Cadiz.