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Comment 16 Aug 2017

What adds to this issue IMO is often how hospitals and doctors are compensated. Compensation to a hospital has a lot to due with patient satisfaction. And as you said patients aren't satisfied when they are told your heart would be better if you exercised and ate better, or you just had surgery a little pain is normal, or that virus you have will be taken care of by your immune system in a few days. Do they prescribe the meds to keep the patients happy.

i was just in Cleveland Clinic for a surgery. They were very concerned with my pain level. Offering me more drugs than needed. The real problem for me has been what those narcotics did to my digestive system. They discharged me before I was flowing and I ended up being admitted to a local hospital the next day for concerns of an obstruction. Now I have to pay for two hospital stays which does not me happy.  

Comment 13 Jun 2017

Kids sign contracts with schools. If they change their minds and want to go elsewhere at the very least they have to sit out a year and in many cases the school can block them from transferring to certain schools likevin this case.

Grown men (coaches) enter into contracts with the school and if they want to go elsewhere they can with no penalties or restrictions.

Makes ZERO sense to me

Comment 12 Jun 2017

Don't forget all those tasty, tasty Penn State tears he has caused in both recruitment and on the field. 

Comment 06 Jun 2017

Kind of wondering the same thing. But maybe it has to do with pay, facilities, lack of instate recruiting rivals (though UC, XU, and even Dayton are solid basketball schools), and the lack of really big time pressure (due to football domination of OSU landscape, compete go on a few NCAA tournament runs). 

Comment 06 Jun 2017

I believe the tweet was manhandle her and call her names. Which does imply that there was some sort of physical act. 

Comment 26 May 2017

I had a kid at 21, was is to early probably and we're things difficult, sure. I can tell you this it absolutely changed my life. I had no purpose, no idea what to do with my life, and partying constantly. The birth of my daughter changed my life, it gave me purpose. Soon my daughter will turn 11. Her mom and I are still together and expecting our second this summer. We both have college degrees with good jobs and have recently purchased our first house. 

I honestly can't say I would be here without having my daughter so early. 

Comment 18 May 2017

I am with you. Don't mind doing an all inclusive every now and again. But when I am on vacation I like to get out and explore the area, eat food custom to the area, have some beers with a local. I feel like when you spend all the time on a resort you miss out on a lot of an area. Though I do love lounging on the beach staring at turquoise waters heaving a tasty beverage 

Comment 08 May 2017

My best advice is to try to squeeze a few extra days in there. It is such a long trip. Having a couple extra days to adjust to the time zone. We went for a week and only visted Oahu, wish we had a week and a half there. 

If you are visiting Oahu make sure you get out of Waikiki and see the north shore and the lush interior of the island. Rent a car and go for a drive. Stop and get some shrimp from the trucks on the north shore and visit a few beaches. During the summer snorkeling at sharks cove was awesome.

Next time we go we are going to try 2.5 weeks and get see some of the other islands. 

It is a beautiful state. Once you visit it gets in your blood.