- A male gamer
- United States
- Joined on October 5th 2007, last online on 27 April 2017.
- Profile Views: 15,778
- Forum posts: 5,512 times which averages 1 posts per day
- User Reviews: 0 reviews
- VG$ 3,589.43
Here's the link to the sign up thread, hope to see you there: http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=143961
I don't know anyway to contact you outside vgc -_-
There's a opening.
You have been officialy invited to join the Official VGChartz Mario Kart 7 Tournament. If you would like to participate, please send me your FC and check the thread for details: http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=138002&page=1#
Hey! Thanks for the kind words! I can safely say that I see you as both reasonable and well spoken, both which seem like superpowers for their rarity on internet forums.
Disagreeing is how one learns and to gain the approval of those who don't always agree is the greatest accomplishment is any discussion, so rock on!
I've added your 3DS friend code along with everyone else in the thread. If you'd like to add me back my friend code is 5284-1449-4936.
hey, I have added your 3DS friend code, add me and maybe we can play a few games :D
Hey, if you have time, it would be greatly appreciated if you could join us in a game of mafia. http://gamrconnect.vgchartz.com/thread.php?id=128393
We may have to deal with a rich person having an 80% chance of survival vs a poor persons 75% chance... because it's a better option then everyone having an equal 70% chance. (Though it wouldn't be equal, since the poor die more even with evenly spread socialization due to correlations between health but you get the point.) At the moment the US is bearing the burden for medical technology.
It sounds horrible, but in the long run, a two-tiered system not only provides better healthcare for the rich, but better healthcare for the poor in the long run. The only reason this isn't overly apparent is because every nation benefits from the US being such an amazing medical technology creator.
is for a two-tier system to happen. For some hospitals to actually keep around old technology that works just as good 90%-95% of the time. While still leaving plenty of room and a market for advancing medical technology. Right now, every hospital, even the ones that cater soley to poor areas often try and "race to the top".
just as well. I'm not sure there is actually any way to stop healthcare inflation without destroying technological growth, outside of a two-tier healthcare system. Hence why technology adoption is often slower in countries where such thigns aren't possible, and tech spending is way lower. Why spend money to cost you money? In reality, what we need to get healthcare costs under control,
Though yeah Pharmecutical IP laws are berzerk... as are all IP laws in the US. Regardless, switching out of our current sysetm makes me wonder if we'd end up with medical research budgets more in line with the rest of the world. Which would cost more lives then it saves. Really the big issue with healthcare now is people aren't willing to go with a cheaper service, often when it does do things
Secondly. Healthcare prices are dramatically rising everywhere. When it comes to rate of growth, the US is actually lower then a number of countries. http://blogs-images.forbes.com/aroy/files/2011/04/costgrowthgraph.gif