Saucy White Boy
- May 27, 2008
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My mom died a few years ago, but over the weekend I pulled up some photos I took with her about a year before she died and I felt it all over again.
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My kid just had to go through that.Holy butt-fucking hell. I can't believe how fucking nerve-racking it is to get a fucking COVID test without showing symptoms.
Sorry man. That is just brutal. What a loss.A kid, aged 20, just died a few hours ago. A horrific car accident. He was my oldest boy's good friend, in the same class. His mom is a few years older than me and I've known her and her family since the 80's, basically my whole life. Our two families have been friends for over three generations (our moms also know each other) and we've all grown up together.
Really sweet kid, he used to watch our house whenever we took a vacation. The dog loved him. Super hard working and good-natured.
In Canada it's against the law to pay for core medical services and 95% of all medical services are "core" in Canada. Oddly enough there's some movement on pushing back on that in BC I think around private chemo, and oddly enough, cataract surgeries.Those fees are probably less than that couple would have been willing to pay upfront to get a shot...
I don't like the idea of it, but cash tends to be a pretty good mechanism for allocating scarce goods... If people want it that badly, maybe there should be a way for them to get it where the healthcare system can capture the surplus.