Larry Ellison’s statement about the TikTok deal shows that he is the only tech CEO who can talk to teens in a relatable manner
Also, they just issued a system-wide update.
We pay way too much for health care in the US, and somehow the buildings the insurance companies work in keep growing while the public reaps less and less benefit from a shrinking healthcare workforce.
I don't know if it was all broken before, during or after ACA, but whatever's happening to the law will cause no tears to shed from my eyes.
... but for the most part, putting a fraction of what an insurance payment *would be* (around $2400-4800 a month) into a savings account has helped us pay for all medical bills, small and big, over the years (including a recent Achilles rupture my wife had).
And by the way, when I say "afford," I mean "be able to justify paying for it.
I've missed out on some super expensive treatments that I would be able to get with insurance (like treatment for my psoriatic skin condition)...