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2013-05-01 09:56:03 AM
Hey, I have an idea - if insurance can't pay for birth control for women, maybe it shouldn't pay for dick pills for impotent old men. Cause, you know - that offends my religious beliefs.
 
2013-05-01 10:12:47 AM
Insurance doesn't pay for "dick pills for impotent old men."
 
2013-05-01 10:20:14 AM
I find their TV ads really annoying with that stupid background music and the "good ol' boy" narrator.
 
2013-05-01 10:22:22 AM

Mr. Eugenides: Insurance doesn't pay for "dick pills for impotent old men."


Mine does, though mine pays for birth control too. 'Course I am in Canada so that is par for the course.
 
2013-05-01 12:06:32 PM
which happens to us all over time

Sadly, can verify.

/boner pills FTW.
 
2013-05-01 01:29:02 PM

Jormungandr: Mr. Eugenides: Insurance doesn't pay for "dick pills for impotent old men."

Mine does, though mine pays for birth control too. 'Course I am in Canada so that is par for the course.


As a fellow Albertan, I find it easier to list all the things my insurance DOES NOT pay for:
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Well, it caps out at $500 a year for chiropractic, but I get an additional $500 for massage therapy.
 
2013-05-01 03:38:55 PM

Heims: Jormungandr: Mr. Eugenides: Insurance doesn't pay for "dick pills for impotent old men."

Mine does, though mine pays for birth control too. 'Course I am in Canada so that is par for the course.

As a fellow Albertan, I find it easier to list all the things my insurance DOES NOT pay for:
...
...
...

Well, it caps out at $500 a year for chiropractic, but I get an additional $500 for massage therapy.


*cold fistbump*
Alberta represent!
 
2013-05-02 08:27:52 AM
GACK!  I guess this means they'll run more ads during sporting events in order to try to boost sales.  I already can't watch live sports for sake of my young daughters and the litany of cack-pill commercials.

/"Daddy, why is Smiling Bob so happy?"
//DVR FTW.
 
2013-05-02 01:33:31 PM

tennessee.hillbilly: GACK!  I guess this means they'll run more ads during sporting events in order to try to boost sales.  I already can't watch live sports for sake of my young daughters and the litany of cack-pill commercials.

/"Daddy, why is Smiling Bob so happy?"
//DVR FTW.


Cialis goes generic in 2017.  When that happens, all of the advertising in the world isn't going to help Viagra.
 
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