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    Yeah. That's why 'stop loss' risk management was...

    Yeah. That's why 'stop loss' risk management was so important to me. There is a lot of confusion as to what a "spell of illness" exactly means (that's the language used in the Medicare claims...
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    Depends on length of stay and state insurance...

    Depends on length of stay and state insurance regulations. For short stays, yes. There is always a deductible (2019 ~$1,500 per "spell of illness"/admittance for a condition. Admissions for...
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    I have a good advantage because the company...

    I have a good advantage because the company running my plan also runs 100% of the hospitals in my region and ~75% of the group practices and other facilities. Every doctor I've ever gone to is a...
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    I can't get Medigap in Virginia. Only available...

    I can't get Medigap in Virginia. Only available for 65 and over population. I choose an Advamtage plan for one important reason: stop loss.

    Its saved me over $8,000 this year alone. The 20%...
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    I've used wall mount bike hanger wheel hooks in...

    I've used wall mount bike hanger wheel hooks in the past. Works very well and designed to hang bikes from wheels, and fit a set of wheelchair wheels just fine. Works for one set well, but...

    Now...
  6. Jim, anyone (IT/competent admin/smart person...

    Jim, anyone (IT/competent admin/smart person following detailed instructions) with physical access to the server (still a single server, right? Not in the cloud?) can get around the password issues....
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    Nothing has changed on this site to cause that. ...

    Nothing has changed on this site to cause that. Depending on which browser you use, this message can appear on all http connections. E.g. Apple added this message to all non-encrypted http...
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    Damn, dude. Really sorry. Be careful getting...

    Damn, dude. Really sorry. Be careful getting into your chair that first time, afterward, the CoG might be a lot different depending on how much weight is changing on your footrest. Good luck with...
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    Yeah, with solid state electronics they're much...

    Yeah, with solid state electronics they're much less vulnerable to magnetic fields. Mostly immune, to typical magnets we encounter, but not entirely immune from some very strong ones. I only...
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    Be careful storing your phone and magnetic cards...

    Be careful storing your phone and magnetic cards near those things or in pouches mounted using them!
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    So, here is my more positive take: I just got...

    So, here is my more positive take:

    I just got a Smartdrive, using a Medicare Advantage Plan by Humana, for $480. If I could have gotten another unit that did the same thing, or better, from your...
  12. "...a bit hard..." Euphemism of the day, right...

    "...a bit hard..."

    Euphemism of the day, right there. ;)
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    Most people go to DME for equipment, because...

    Most people go to DME for equipment, because they're also managing all the paperwork for us, between doctor and insurance company and suppliers/manufacturers. Their margins/markups aren't just...
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    I'm a pirate. Arrrrrrrrrrr.

    I'm a pirate. Arrrrrrrrrrr.
  15. I haven't, but I'm glad to see they've gone this...

    I haven't, but I'm glad to see they've gone this route.
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    Pretty sure Mr. Mize is already here.

    Pretty sure Mr. Mize is already here.
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    You're set. That's everything you need to cut...

    You're set. That's everything you need to cut (420/426 cut off wheels), clean up the edges (sanding drums), and even polish it up (felt and compound).
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    dont they come with an assortment of standard...

    dont they come with an assortment of standard attachments? Here is the cut off and sanding kit I have:

    Dremel EZ686-01 EZ Lock Sanding and Grinding Kit...
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    My new wheels have untrimmed short tab mounting. ...

    My new wheels have untrimmed short tab mounting. They don't/barely (mm) extend past the end of the wheel. Stock Spinergy aluminum though. You know me. I'd just use the cut off wheel. Sparks are...
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    I use 420 cut off wheels for stuff like that. ...

    I use 420 cut off wheels for stuff like that. There are also 'deburring'/sanding drums of varying grits and such for cleaning up the edges. Not exactly a pro tool I guess but it does small jobs...
  21. Thread: New iBot

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    Cool. Glad to see that's an option again.

    Cool. Glad to see that's an option again.
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    Man, I miss FO, around here, too. Epic...

    Man, I miss FO, around here, too. Epic conversations. Smart. Even. Tempered. Rapier like wit. Awesome dude. He's still alive, and swinging, McDuff, right where you left him, I have on good...
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    Seriously considering these. Too expensive? ...

    Seriously considering these. Too expensive? Yeah. Not perfect? Yeah. But I live in a house with 3 other people who each have very long hair which is impossible to keep up with. Even vacuuming...
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    I was active 10+ years ago on my first account,...

    I was active 10+ years ago on my first account, DaleB. Went more anonymous since then due to a doxing issue (which has long since passed)
  25. Thread: Caster issues

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    I'd cut that excess fork off with a Dremel...

    I'd cut that excess fork off with a Dremel cutting wheel, file the ends clean, and move on. As for the caster spin, not unheard of for casters that sit on a shelf for a while to develop bearing...
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