Filed By Sean Martin | March 09, 2010 8:30 AM | comments
Filed in: Entertainment
Tags: cartoon strip, cartoons, Doc and Raider, gay cartoon, LGBT cartoon, queer comic strip, US healthcare
When you get right down to it, everything comes down to market forces.
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I always enjoy your comics!!! Today's was really excellent!!!!
I second that emotion.
Wow! Spot on!
Your comics are always enlightening but today is over-the-top great!
Now .. how do I send this to my straight friends?
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And I agree with the other commenters, Sean. This is one you hit out of the park. It's one of the best I've seen.
Sean, that bit about the pre-existing conditions made me hurl my morning coffee all over my keyboard.
Where do I send the bill for reimbursement?
I'm sorry, but damage due to spewed coffee is not covered by your current plan. If you wish to appeal this decision, please feel free to file Form 2319-Z with the claims review board and a representative will get back to you in six to nine months.
And you should know that Form 2319-Z is forty three pages long and will have to be submitted in triplicate. Photocopies will not be allowed. We will, of course, lose it within 48 hours of receipt and demand you send another if you wish to discuss your claim further.
Thanks for the kind words, all!
Only forty three pages? I take it the board finally approved the abbreviated version, then?