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25 Interesting Facts About Insurance

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  1. Matt says:

    Just cant believe the damaged goods law of the virginity thing for women so its was said that women who had f**ked who their not married to are damaged good and loose alot of their value that is the stupidist thing ive ever hear so feel that a women is such a 2nd class citizen that if she has f**ked another guy shes bad because apperently god didnt custom make her for you and she might dare i say such inhumane things say she might be an actual human being with a mind of her own and not a custom made servant god made to be your excuslive property you f**king pig

    1. Jerry Smith says:

      Dunno about that. I’ve heard of people selling their Virginity for millions.

      1. Zeke Joseph Lisius says:

        I’d do it

    2. Nitpicky says:

      Who are you calling a pig? The facts? History? Also, you may want to take a quick course in grammar while you’re brushing up on your history.

  2. Fraxtion says:

    As far as I’m aware, my own country – Belgium – also has mandatory Health insurance.
    We’re just south of the Netherlands, though, so you’re actually not that far off.

    This site does a good job at explaining it: http://belgium.angloinfo.com/healthcare/health-system/health-insurance/

  3. John says:

    The Amish one is not really accurate. It is not like they are trusting in God to keep their good health or anything, it is really more about staying “off the grid.” They are a very close knit community, so when one person needs medical care, the other members all pitch in to help pay for it. The government, on the other hand, is based around values that they are opposed to for religious reasons, like warfare for example. So, the fact that this institution was forcing them to abandon their religious practice of supporting each other and pay the government to support them instead, went against one of their core religious values.

    1. Lauren says:

      Thanks for the info – didn’t really want to perpetuate that one.

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