Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Universal Car Care


What would happen if we had universal car care? Find out in this video.

HT: Division of Labor


6 Comments:

At 7/14/2009 10:11 AM, Blogger Tom said...

Fabulous. Shows the absurdity of how government would provide any service. A nightmare for real people, nirvana for big-government types.

 
At 7/14/2009 12:33 PM, Blogger QT said...

13 weeks? Canadian wait times suggest otherwise

My husband has been waiting for a referral to a back surgeon since fall 2008. Just received a very polite letter asking if he would like to participate in a study to evaluate how wait times are impacting quality of life (QOL) for patients. A post-it note gives the appointment date at April 27, 2010.

His previous experience with wait times for treatment was an 8 months wait (32 weeks) for an MRI during that time, his shoulder injury became inoperable. He no longer can lift his right arm above 90 degrees or push with his arm (ie. using a power drill, painting a ceiling, lifting anything onto a high shelf). The original injury (a radical tear in the rotator cuff) could have been fixed surgically.

 
At 7/14/2009 11:16 PM, Blogger QT said...

Would appreciate any suggestions regarding spinal care. My husband's case is a complex one...advanced spinal stenosis, a crushed vertebrae with difflection of the spine at L3-L5, and distention of 2 discs.

Any of these factors could be creating the present difficulties which include chronic pain, numbness in the thigh, and difficulty walking long distances.

Any recommendations would be appreciated.

 
At 7/15/2009 11:01 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Try Craigs list, under spinal surgeons, wanted.

 
At 7/15/2009 3:30 PM, Blogger bob wright said...

QT,

Can you get to Mayo Clinic in Minnesota?

 
At 7/15/2009 9:22 PM, Blogger QT said...

Thanks, guys. Appreciate your advice.

 

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