New Health Plan to Consider


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May 29, 2001
A wealthy hospital benefactor was being shown around the hospital.

During her tour, she passed a room where a male patient was masturbating furiously.

"Oh my GOD!" screamed the woman. "That's disgraceful! Why is he doing that?”

The doctor who was leading the tour calmly explained.

"I'm very sorry that you were exposed to that, but this man has a serious condition where his testicles rapidly fill with semen, and if he doesn't do that at least five times a day, he'll be in extreme pain and his testicles could easily rupture.”

"Oh, well in that case, I guess it’s okay," said the woman…

As they passed by the next room, they saw a male patient lying in bed while a nurse performed oral sex on him.

Again, the woman screamed, "Oh my GOD! How can THAT be justified?”

Again the doctor spoke very calmly:

"Same illness, better health plan.”



Dec 6, 2021
I remember being bothered by this problem, too. It's very hard in today's world to find a really worthwhile insurance plan and contract. A couple of years ago, after I terminated my contract with one firm, I needed to find a new plan immediately. As a result, my search narrowed down to 2 options, Plan N or Plan G from Medigap. To make the final choice, I had to confront them in a battle of characteristics. At the end of the battle, plan n vs plan g, I chose Plan G because it suited me much better, but still not much difference between them. So people with simple, non-lethal diseases may not even choose.
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